On the II Sunday of the Word, in which Pope Francis invites us to contemplate it as a love letter written for us by the One who knows us like no one else, and to read it every day afresh listening to the voice of God, glimpse his Face and receive his Spirit. We thank God for being called as Claretian women to live it out and announce it until we die … because the word is our nourishment, our mirror and our mission.
“Here I hear a voice that says: “Man needs one who makes him known what his being is, who instructs him about his duties, directs him to virtue, renews his heart, restores him to his dignity and in a in their rights”, “and everything is done by means of the word”. The word has been, is, and will always be the queen of the world ”.
S. A. M. Claret, Aut. 449
… And I understood it so well that it seemed to be imprinted on my soul; but in a very particular way the book of the Holy Gospels …
M. A. París, Aut. 5