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Archivi tag: Advent

Learn­ing To Trust The Slow Work Of God

Let’s not mis­take God’s patience for inac­tiv­i­ty. And let’s remem­ber, in the words of Peter’s friend the Apos­tle Paul, ​“that He who began a good work in you will car­ry it on to com­ple­tion” (Philip­pi­ans 1:6). Even if it takes 70 chal­leng­ing years.

24/10/2020 · Lascia un commento

First Advent Sermon 2019

The wake left on the surface of the water by a lovely ship gradually spreads until it disappears altogether and merges with the horizon, but it started with the point of the ship itself. The same is true of the wake of believers who make up the Church. It begins at a certain point, and this point is Mary’s faith, her fiat.

06/12/2019 · Lascia un commento

Advent: Curing Fire by Fire

The German poet, Goethe speaks of something he calls “holy longing”. He defines it as “a desire for higher love-making”, a longing to embrace the world and make love to it as God does this.

04/12/2019 · Lascia un commento

OGF 7/2019 Advent Reflection

There are two ways in which we can prepare and celebrate Christmas. One way is to live it as a circular time, meaning something that is repeated and commemorated (ok, Christmas again… cool). The other way is to live it as a horizontal or linear time meaning, a time in which every year something absolutely new is happening.

25/11/2019 · Lascia un commento

First Advent Sermon 2018 – God is!

In the Church we are so pressed with tasks to perform, problems to confront, and challenges to respond to that we risk losing sight of, or leaving in the background, the “porro unum necessarium,” the “one thing is needful” of the gospel (Lk 10:42), which is our personal relationship with God.

10/12/2018 · Lascia un commento

OGF 12/2018 Henri Nouwen – A Spirituality of Waiting

I would like to look at two aspects of waiting. One is the waiting for God, and the other is the waiting of God. We are waiting. God is waiting.

04/12/2018 · Lascia un commento

Reflection for the 4th Sunday of Advent (B)

With her “fiat” (yes), Mary conceived Jesus under her heart. With our fiat we conceive Him in our hearts. Mary teaches us to say the great word “Yes, fiat, O Lord, thy will be done.”

21/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Advent (B)

Opening the Word: Rejoice always.
We cannot yet see the Lord, but we celebrate the fact that union with him is our eternal destiny 

14/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

OGF 9/2017 The Three Comings of Christ

There are three comings of Jesus. Christ did come in the past, Christ does come right now, and Christ will come in the future. If you don’t mind me saying it in a more poetic way, Our Lord comes to us in history, mystery, and majesty.

10/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

Reflection for the 2nd Sunday of Advent (B)

Second Sunday of Advent – Year B Mark 1:1-8 Something More Important Than Success We wait for him, yet we go out into the wilderness to find him. We wait … Continua a leggere

07/12/2017 · Lascia un commento

OGF 8/2017 Advent reflections

Each year we prepare a month in advance, for our Christmas celebration. This time is called “Advent”, in latin “ad-venire”, in Spanish “lo/el que viene”, in English “the coming of someone or something”. But there are two ways in which we can prepare and celebrate Christmas.

27/11/2017 · Lascia un commento

“O Antiphons” – The Advent Season’s Brightest Jewels.

A series of antiphons at Vespers that magnificently set forth the nature of the coming One. During the final week of Advent (December 17-23), the Church offers us an intense … Continua a leggere

18/12/2015 · Lascia un commento

Advent reflection.

Advent reflection by Fr Augusto Zampini Davies. Each year we prepare a month in advance, for our Christmas celebration. This time is called “Advent”, in latin “ad-venire”, in Spanish “lo/el … Continua a leggere

23/11/2015 · Lascia un commento

3rd Advent Homily – 2014

3rd Advent Homily – 2014 “Let the Peace of Christ rule in your hearts” (Colossians 3:15) “Peace, Fruit of the Spirit” Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa 1. Peace Fruit of the Spirit … Continua a leggere

20/12/2014 · Lascia un commento

OGF 13/2014 Living Advent 2014

OGF 12/2014 Living Advent God, in these last days, spoke to us through a son Father Cantalamessa PDF File:  OGF 2014-12 God, in these last days, spoke to us through … Continua a leggere

26/11/2014 · Lascia un commento

Advent meditations

Flavor of the month ADVENT MEDITATIONS 2013 by Father Cantalamessa. 3rd Avent Meditation The Mystery of the Incarnation Contemplated Through Francis of Assisi’s Eyes ROME, December 20, 2013 (Zenit.org) – … Continua a leggere

20/12/2013 · Lascia un commento

Allons de… l’Avent!

Allons de… l’Avent! 1. J’attends J’attends, dit l’empereur Auguste, le résultat du recensement. J’ai hâte de savoir le nombre de mes sujets. J’attends, dit Joseph, de trouver un logement pour … Continua a leggere

12/12/2013 · Lascia un commento

OGF English 12/2013 (1)

OGF English 12/2013 (1) A Spirituality of Waiting By Henri Nouwen I would like to look at two aspects of waiting. One is the waiting for God, and the other … Continua a leggere

11/12/2013 · 3 commenti

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COMBONIANUM

Combonianum è stato una pubblicazione interna di condivisione sul carisma di Comboni. Assegnando questo nome al blog, ho voluto far rivivere questo titolo, ricco di storia e patrimonio carismatico.
Il sottotitolo Spiritualità e Missione vuole precisare l’obiettivo del blog: promuovere una spiritualità missionaria.

Combonianum was an internal publication of sharing on Comboni’s charism. By assigning this name to the blog, I wanted to revive this title, rich in history and charismatic heritage.
The subtitle
Spirituality and Mission wants to specify the goal of the blog: to promote a missionary spirituality.

Sono un comboniano affetto da Sla. Ho aperto e continuo a curare questo blog (tramite il puntatore oculare), animato dal desiderio di rimanere in contatto con la vita del mondo e della Chiesa, e di proseguire così il mio piccolo servizio alla missione.
I miei interessi: tematiche missionarie, spiritualità (ho lavorato nella formazione) e temi biblici (ho fatto teologia biblica alla PUG di Roma)

I am a Comboni missionary with ALS. I opened and continue to curate this blog (through the eye pointer), animated by the desire to stay in touch with the life of the world and of the Church, and thus continue my small service to the mission.
My interests: missionary themes, spirituality (I was in charge of formation) and biblical themes (I studied biblical theology at the PUG in Rome)

Manuel João Pereira Correia combonianum@gmail.com

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