Letter from the Prelate (December 2016)
"We are invited to turn our eyes to Christ, while recalling his terrestrial birth in Bethlehem and awaiting, also with joy and peace, his glorious coming at the end of time."
Letter from the Prelate (November 2016)
Writing about the close of the Jubilee Year of Mercy, the Prelate urges us "to personally welcome into our heart God’s mercy, and thus to welcome others: to 'bend down' towards them."
Letter from the Prelate (October 2016)
"We are continuously presented with opportunities to 'open ourselves like a fan' to serve more people, including those who have had no experience of Christian life, or do not have faith, or habitually fail to practice it," the Prelate tells us.
Letter from the Prelate (September 2016)
The Prelate focuses on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross on September 14, and reminds us that accompanying the sick and elderly in their suffering is a work of mercy very pleasing to God.
Letter from the Prelate (August 2016)
The Prelate writes about Mary's Assumption and Queenship, and reflects on a spiritual work of mercy: "bearing wrongs patiently."
Letter from the Prelate (July 2016)
"The identity card of the Christian is joy," the Prelate tells us, echoing Pope Francis. And he urges us to put into practice the spiritual work of mercy of "comforting the sorrowful."
Letter from the Prelate (June 2016)
"Saint Josemaría always taught us that one of the 'dominant passions' that has to guide our conduct is that of spreading Christ’s teachings," the Prelate reminds us in his letter this month.
Letter from the Prelate (May 2016)
"The Marian month par excellence has just begun, when we try to put devotion to our Lady at the center of each day."
Letter from the Prelate (April 2016)
"Forgiving offenses is, in a certain sense, the most divine thing we can do," the Prelate tells us, stressing the mercy God has shown in redeeming us.
Letter from the Prelate (March 2016)
The Prelate speaks about some of the spiritual works of mercy, especially spreading peace to others, and points to the example of Blessed Alvaro.