Thousands of lives have been lost and billions of dollars needed to help the victims of the recent floods in Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and the central states in the United States. Please pray for all victims of flooding. Sister Annah Theresa Nyadombo from Zimbabwe asks for prayers for the victims of the recent cyclone. She says: "In the Diocese of Mutare one of our Catholic Schools, St. Charles Lwanga, was hit by cyclone Idai. We have lost ...
John of the Cross defends those called to serve Christ by remaining in his presence.
This betrayal will lead Jesus into his dark night of feeling abandoned by all, including his Father
John of the Cross portrays the vice that brought about Judas’ downfall, avariciousness.
St. John of the Cross describes a soul dedicated to loving God in the same way that Mary loves God.
The canvas onto which Blessed Francis Palau y Quer was painted dates back to nineteenth century Spain, a time of much religious and civil turmoil and persecution.
This celebration has profound Biblical roots; Joseph is the last Patriarch who receives the communications of the Lord through the humble way of dreams.
To fall in love with the soul, God does not focus on its greatness, but on the greatness of its humility. ~ St. John of the Cross
On January 10, 2019, the new novitiate class for 2019 was initiated at Villa Carmelitas in Lurin, Peru.
Saint John was born, probably in 1540, in Fontiveros, near Avila in Spain. His father died when he was very young and he had to move with his mother from one place to another, while he tried as best he could to continue his education and, at the same time, to earn a living.