All Christians are part of the Body of Christ. We are His hands and feet. People meet Him through us in a variety of ways. Here you can see how He uses our community to express His love to others.
As a contemplative-active community, we see our ministry as valuable in itself, not as a means to an end. A typical estera house, a symbol of the injustice of poverty. Jobs in Peru are scarce especially for single mothers. Here Ana awaits the completion of her home. In treating the human person with dignity, Christ heals us and those to whom we minister. In God’s economy, nothing is wasted.
From estera to house, Fr. Philip at a house the God built using us as His instruments.
“It isn’t charity, it is Justice. It’s due them.”
Fr. Philip speaks from his heart on the very sensitive issue of the recent scandals due to homosexuality and pedophilia in the Church.
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.