Giuni Russo interprets a canticle of Saint John of the Cross.
It’s a bit difficult to get to the bottom of the internet and media frenzy following the apparent announcement by Fr. Antonio Rungi to have a beauty competition for nuns on his website. It was even published in the Press half a planet away in New Zealand that The “Miss Sister 2008” contest will start
Recently I produced some badges to encourage the praying of the Liturgy of the Hours (the Daily Office). One of the four current ones is shown here. I am delighted to drop in to a blog and find the badge there. The HTML for adding this badge to your blog or website is: <br />
This coming Sunday (August 31) and the week following, Roman Catholics and Episcopalians (Anglicans) will be praying the same prayer at the Eucharist and at their Daily Offices. This is the Roman Catholic version of the prayer: Almighty God, every good thing comes from you. Fill our hearts with love for you, increase our faith,
Reflections on Carthusians Philip Gröning; 164 minutesIn NZ International Film Festivals, different locations until late November 2006 I have had an interest in the Carthusians for at least 35 years. In 2005 I was able, with my family, to visit a number of Carthusian monasteries, museums, and ruins, including the wonderful museum La Correrie and