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WE REMEMBER OUR BULGARIAN MARTYRS - November 13th PDF Print E-mail

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 Assumptionists Bulgarian Martyrs - Models of Faith - PDF file

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2020 Assumptionist Pilgrimage to Holy Land PDF Print E-mail

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 2020 Assumptionist Pilgrimage to Holy Land - PDF file

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ASSUMPTION SCHOOL OF BUSINESS/MBA PROGRAMS: 2020 SPRING BREAK TRIP TO NIMES, FRANCE PDF Print E-mail

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ASSUMPTION SPRING BREAK IN FRANCE, 2019 PDF Print E-mail

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ASSUMPTIONIST SERVES AT SOUP KITCHEN PDF Print E-mail

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Bro. Ryan Carlsen, A.A. helps out a couple of times a week, either serving food or helping tp prepare it, at the Xavier Center, which is attached to St. John's Parish in Worcester. Some volunteers who staff the kitchen serve 6 days a week. The 400-500 daily guests come in to get some free food and leave knowing that there are people who care.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2019 07:53
 
TAIZE WORCESTER HOSTS TWO BROTHERS FROM TAIZE IN FRANCE - OCTOBER 13, 2019 PDF Print E-mail

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The Story of Taize:

Taize is a small village in western France about 50 miles from Geneva, Switzerland

Brother Roger, a Protestant, founded a small monastery in the village in 1940 following the defeat of France by the Nazis. He wanted to create a refuge for people who were devastated by the Nazi invasion. He also wanted to create an environment where people of different faiths and views to come together to find ways to honor their differences and to find reconciliation and unity where that was possible. It is one of the few monasteries in the world where Protestant and Catholic men live and pray together as monks. Taize is a site of pilgrimage where over 100,000 young people per year, both Christian and non-Christian, come as pilgrims for singing, silence, and devotion.

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 October 2019 09:48
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CONVERSATIONS AT THE CENTER - "BLESSED ARE THE VULNERABLE" - October 20, 2019 PDF Print E-mail

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 CONVERSATIONS AT THE CENTER - OCTOBER 20, 2019 - PDF file

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NOTES FROM The President's Desk PDF Print E-mail

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BROS. HUGO, DANIELE AND BRIAN RENEW TEMPORARY VOWS PDF Print E-mail

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The Lord’s call is not an intrusion of God in our freedom; it is not a “cage” or a burden to be borne. On the contrary, it is the loving initiative whereby God encounters us and invites us to be part of a great undertaking. He opens before our eyes the horizon of a greater sea and an abundant catch.

In encountering the Lord, some may feel the attraction of a call to the consecrated life or to the ordained priesthood. It is a discovery that can excite and at the same time frighten us, since we feel called to become “fishers of men” in the barque of the Church by giving totally of ourselves in commitment to faithful service of the Gospel and our brothers and sisters. Such a decision carries the risk of leaving everything behind to follow the Lord, to devote ourselves completely to him, and to share in his work. Many kinds of interior resistance can stand in the way of making this decision, especially in highly secularized contexts where there no longer seems to be a place for God and for the Gospel. Places where it is easy to grow discouraged and fall into the “weariness of hope”.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 September 2019 13:12
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BRO. DANIELE ATTENDS A DAY OF PRAYER WITH THE HISPANIC COMMUNITY AT ARCH STREET PDF Print E-mail

.Brother Daniele Caglioni, A.A. joined the Hispanic Community at Saint Anthony's Shrine in Downtown Boston for a day of prayer and reflection. The retreat was facilitated in Spanish by a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, Sr. Bárbara Gutiérrez who currently serves as the director of enrollment and marketing for the Catholic Schools Office in the Archdiocese of Boston. The Retreat offered participants the opportunity to reflect on how to walk with Jesus now and throughout their lives, with a special discussion on how we can all work together towards a more just world. The day concluded with a Liturgy in Spanish celebrated by Fr. Peter Gyves, SJ, MD, founder of A Faith That Does Justice, an interfaith organization that raises consciousness about social issues affecting the most vulnerable among us and offers opportunities for people to walk in solidarity with those who our society marginalizes.

 
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