It is in our life of prayer that we can learn to understand and to accept whatever is to be the cross for each of us, and to find ourselves by emptying ourselves.
By all the gifts bestowed on us we minister to one another when we pray, when we listen, when we rejoice and suffer with our brothers...
He was born in 329 and lived a brief but action-filled life that ended in 379.
In this short span of fifty years he accomplished three major tasks that have benefitted solidly both Christianity and the human race.
Our founders made it their special concern to serve the poor in their need for Christian education.
We must do all we can to see that our schools do not exclude the poor, and in all of our apostolates that we do not compromise with any form of social injustice.
We must be sensitive ourselves and ready to awaken the consciences of others to the drama of human misery and to the demands of social justice made by the Gospel and the Church.
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