Jan Phillips
For All the Earth
Integrating Charism, Mission, and Care of Creation
(1 Cor 10:26)
 
18th January & 1st February 2022
2 – 4 pm
Integrating Charism, Mission and Care of the Creation
Online course
by Sr. Laurie Brink, O.P.
(Rome time)
 
The course will be in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese
Info: uisg.org - formation@uisg.org - whatsapp +39 349 93 58 744
 
Click here for more information and to register,

Who was responsible for creating the wound of January 6th and who is responsible for healing it?  ALL OF US. On January 5, 2022 at 8pm ET (5pm PT), we will gather as people of faith for an hour of prayer, reading of sacred scriptures, and individual reflection. Please join us. Participants will also be invited to join an optional day of fasting on January 6th.

Register to attend by clicking here. We will also be live-streaming the event to FAN’s Facebook page.

We invite you to travel the human path of being companions on the road, from the reality, frozen in time by the camera lens that gives us an image and a story that shows, not human mobility, but the forced migration of the Venezuelan people, who have the strong obligation to survive the evil and the lies that divide and come out of the hearts of some people.

 

And from the brushstrokes that in watercolors and hope, in an artistic interaction with light, lead us to the shining hope of the human being and to the concrete faith in God the child and the man, from where he reveals himself as the Way, and the Truth and the Life, making himself a servant, calling us friends and being with us every day until the end of the world. To be Companions on the Journey.

 

May this photographic journey, along with the paintings and the artistic expression in their creation, invite us to recognize ourselves as companions on the road and to live it with the Truth of Saint Dominic of Guzman, who, from the offering of his own life assumed from the compassion which we remember in some gestures, such as when he sold his books to help the starving of his time, or when he volunteered to be sold as a slave to buy the freedom of Christian slaves.

 

In the voice of the Pope, who guides His Church, let us listen and prepare our hearts to cultivate a friendly, inclusive, protective and supportive attitude towards every person in a situation of migration. It embodies the fragility of people in their personal and collective solitude, when they are forced to leave their familiar, physical, cultural and social environment.

Click here to view this journey.

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