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What is this body of ours? We ought not deprecate the body. What is it then? It is straw but will become gold. You ought to make little of straw which will be changed into gold. The very One Who had the power to change water into wine can also change straw into gold or from flesh make an…...
The XLVII World Communications Day is celebrated on the 12th of May. The message was signed by Pope Benedict XVI and focuses on social networks, which are presented as a new agora where a Christian shows the measure of his commitment and generosity.
The Augustinian Recollect charism is shared by the monasteries of the Augustinian Recollect cloistered sisters. They constitute the Second Order which came into existence at the same time as the masculine congregations. They share the same spiritual aspirations as the first recollects. These sisters, by means of their life of contemplation, conserve this fundamental dimension of our charism. Read more
The congregations of the Augustinian Recollect Sisters, Augustinian Recollect Sisters of the Heart of Jesus, the Augustinian Recollect Missionary Sisters and the Augustinian Recollects Sister of Sick, each conserving its particular identity and mission, all form a part of the Augustinian Recollect Family. Read more
The members of the Augustinian Recollect Secular Fraternity, in accordance with their condition as lay persons, commit themselves to live the Gospel under the inspiration of the experience and spirituality of the Order. They also pertain to the Augustinian Recollect family and participate in its ideal, gifts, and fecundity. Read more
In the 19 countries in which the Order is present, the religious attempt to carry out the formation of the youth in order that they may joyfully live a spirituality which is based in love and friendship. They, too, are united in the same family. Read more