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Pondering the Magnificat

I read somewhere recently that Mary is a symbol of the work for social justice and the Magnificat is her song of social protest. I have always thought that Mary was a person, a woman who is the Mother of God and the Magnificat an out pouring of a holy woman’s love for God. If […]

Mary for the Third Millennium:(8) –  The Joy of the Gospel

And in Conclusion…: When Pope Francis came to the conclusion of his 2013 apostolic exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium, he turned to  Mary as mother of evangelisation. In her presence with the disciples in the upper room (Acts 1:14), praying for the coming of the Holy Spirit, the pope sees the beginning of the great mission to […]

The Mission of Proclaiming the Gospel

Bishop Jean-Louis Papin, bishop of Nancy and Toul, (France), ordained to the diaconate, as a step towards priesthood, Julien Boury MEP (Paris Foreign Mission Society) and Ludovic Mathiou MEP on 22 June 2013, in Paris. Fr Georges Colomb, superior – general of the MEP informed them of their future mission territories: Julien, India, and Ludovic […]