Our Spirituality
When the Christians become actually humans

Our Spirituality is Incarnation.

The incar­na­tion of Christ’s spir­i­tu­al­ity by the Chris­tians is how they become authen­ti­cally human, be fac­ing the ugi­ness in our­selves and let­ting Christ trans­form us into His image.

Get­ting a true look at our­selves can be painful but is well worth it.

Because only in so doing can we learn to accept our weak­nesses and strengths, over­come and see the beauty in our­selves and oth­ers, and develop heart­felt rela­tion­ships with God and oth­ers, thereby becom­ing the light of Christ in a sin-darkened world.

We live out our faith because “faith with­out works is empty”(Jm 2:20,26) Only then we can say with St. Paul. “It is no longer / who live, but Christ who lives in me” (Gal. 2:20)

Authen­tic Humanity

Jesus taught by word and deed the neces­sity of dying to our old selves (Lk. 22:42,2 Tim 2:11,12) and coop­er­at­ing with God’s grace (1Per 1:13–16, Rom. 11:22) to daily reject the dis­or­dered impulses inher­ited from the first Adam and “put on the new nature” (Eph. 4:15,24) in Christ.

Contact & Donations

Office Hours: 9am-10pm except Sundays
Email Address: isaacfjh@gmail.com
Men's House Phone: 011–518-263-3622
Woman's Convent Phone: 011–518-263-4454
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Sister Elizabeth becomes a novice and Br. Maximilian makes profession

My Heart Is Broken

Fr. Philip speaks from his heart on the very sensitive issue of the recent scandals due to homosexuality and pedophilia in the Church.

World Youth Day with Fr. Juan María

Looking back at the wonderful trip to Poland and looking forward to the upcomming trip to Panama, Fr. Juan María is the organizer who loves to bring the youth to an experience of the universality of the Church in the great events of the World Youth Days.


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