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UAC NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2014

UAC NEWSLETTER August 2014 Dear sisters and brothers in the Union, we are happy to present to you in this newsletter a sharing regarding the pastoral initiative called “A Light in the Night” in Ostia, Rome, prepared by Sr. Sheena Madathiparambil CSAC, along with other news from the Union. 1. “A LIGHT IN THE NIGHT”…

God In His Mercy Inspired Me – Derry Murphy sac

“God, in his mercy, inspired me…”  A recent edition of the Asian-Oceania E-Bulletin focused on the Divine Mercy devotion. Reading Fr Stanislas Filipek’s article on the effect God’s mercy had in the heart and soul of a young man who had been badly scarred during the genocide I thought of Vincent Pallotti and his experience…

27th Anniversary of the death of Fr. Andrew Bunny Quinn sac

            The 27th anniversary of the death of Fr. Bunny Quinn sac celebrated today in Mercedes, Argentina. A priest who gave fully of himself so that the love of Christ might live in those whose lives he touched

Elizabeth Sanna: A Reputation For Sanctity by Jan Korycki sac

she died with a reputation for sanctity… Elisabetta Sanna was born in 1788 in Sardinia. She died with a reputation of sanctity in Rome on 17 Feb 1857 and was buried in the Church of SS Salvatore in Onda. Soon afterwards the recognition of her holiness became very evident, so much so that in just…

Help Us To Keep On Keeping On – Dr Patricia Heywood

help us to keep on keeping on… Dr Patricia Heywood, whose almost six decades in the Australian Pallottine Family included a term as inaugural Executive Officer of the UAC, died recently in Melbourne. Pat, as she was known in her many roles, was active in the UAC from her introduction to the charism of St…

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The Path Of Hope For Rwanda by Stanislas Filipek sac

“The art ofmercyis toknow how to drawgood from evil” – JP II – the path of hope for Rwanda I experienced the atrocities of war and genocide in Rwanda. As we all shared in what was unfolding around us we said that hell had opened its doors and the devils were out! The genocide in…

a monologue with the sons of Zebedee…Joe Kallani sac

Dear disciples, James and John, from the Gospel accounts I realise that you both have a very close and compact family, blessed in many ways. Your father, Zebedee, comes across as a hardworking and enterprising fisherman who owned at least one fishing boat and employed more than one worker. You both laboured along with your…

I’m an ordinary sort of person… Judith Lynch

I’m an ordinary sort of person and that’s how I find God; disguised in the ordinary of my life. That’s my vocation too – helping others to recognise God in their ordinary.  At some point in my early teens, just when I was discovering there was more to the opposite sex than beneath-my-notice little brothers,…

He Who Sees Takes Off His Shoes – Pat Maguire UAC

New Evangelisation and the Universal Call to Holiness Ireland, like many other Western countries that once had strong and vibrant Christian communities, is now in need of evangelisation. The Universal Church has put New Evangelisation at the core of her concerns and actions. Pope Francis states, ‘In fidelity to the example of the Master, it is…

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