Act of Mercy

Posted on February 07, 2019

St. Francis Caracciolo busied himself with works of devotion and charity, making long visits to the Blessed Sacrament, and consoling the inmates of hospitals and prisons. He had a special liking for neglected churches, seeking to make up by his attendance and prayers for the absence of worshippers in these uncared-for sanctuaries. After his Ordination in 1587, he joined a pious confraternity, k ...

Let's pray!

Posted on February 07, 2019



O God, our Loving Father, you created us in your image and likeness and placed us on earth in order to know you, to serve and love you in all things and in all of our brothers and sisters.  You love us with an everlasting love and sent your only begotten Son Jesus Christ to redeem us from the darkness and sl ...

We Stand for the Gospel Values!

Posted on February 06, 2019

Dear Friends,

Peace of Christ to all!

I recall the Blessed John Paul's message to the youth, during world youth day in Colorado, he stated that we must feel the "urgency of the task" in opposing the culture of death that dawns upon us today:

"At this stage of history, the liberating message of the Gospel of life has been put into your hands. ...


Am I washing my Brother's Feet?

Posted on February 05, 2019

Am I Washing My Brother’s Feet?


My dear Brothers and Seminarians,


I pray that many blessings from Almighty God along with the prayers of our Holy Founders will accompany you throughout the year. Let me begin by saying that, from my end, so much has ha ...


Accompaniment through Discernment

Posted on November 23, 2018

Peace be with you! I hope that this past month of October brought much goodness and richness to your lives. During this time, I feel that God is teaching me the art of dialogue through listening more than speaking.  I am reminded of the words of Saint Paul, there is always a time for everything.  I thank God for the ongoing opportunity to know you and to see how God is ...