updated 20 May 2017



  The Institute was founded at Lovere in 1832; since then it has spread to many parts of the world and, through its works of mercy, it meets all kinds of needs of men and women in the course of human history.
In the web-site you can trace the history of the Institute, the distinguishing features of its mission in the Church, types of activities carried out by its various communities, initiatives of pastoral care of the youth and of human solidarity, along with information about the context where it lives and works.

 

 

 

Himalayan Tragedy
Rattled, Unsettled
but Surviving

... CONTINUATION OF THE RICONSTRUCTION ...

 

I WAS IN PRISON AND YOU CAME TO SEE ME
Kharagpur - Calcutta

Ajoint effort to reach out through acts of corporal works of mercy under the

 

«A BOON FOR THE HUNGRY»
Ghaziabad - New Delhi

these words of Jesus came true in the lives of our students at the «Holy

 

DIAKONÌA.
Sellere - Italia

This year also, the itinerary of Diakonìa group gathered at «Cascina

 

AN UNEXPECTED EVENT
Mae Hong Son - Thailand

It was a long time since we desired to visit the Burmese people who, due

 

A HOLY DOOR ON THE BEACH
Bibione - Italia

«We look at the sky, the many stars, but when the morning sun comes, we

 

 


 


 
 

Finding Hope in the Easter Season
In this season of Easter, the messages are about hope and new life; joy and living in Jesus. But how do we live a life of joy and hope when our own lives aren’t all we want them to be? Even the best family goes through challenging times and the happiest marriage has ups and downs. Illnesses strike those we love and watching them suffer is a terrible weight to bear. For many of us, life is full of burdens and disappointment. What are our lives really about? ...to be continued

 

The Season of Easter
During Easter Season, the theme of worship is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Throughout this discussion, please note that Easter and Passover are the same thing. They fall on different dates, for reasons you will shortly learn, and they have different names only because this article is in English. According to scripture, Jesus rose from the dead on the first Sunday following Passover. See Matthew 28:1, Mark 16:1-3, Luke 23:56-24:3, and John 20:1 ...to be continued

 

The Mission of the Resurrection
David Scott
For forty days Jesus stayed among the people, until he was taken up to heaven in a cloud. During this time, he laid the foundations for his church to continue his presence and work on earth. He gave final instructions to his twelve handpicked apostles, the patriarchs of this new extended family of God. He had instructed them privately throughout his ministry and given them powers to heal and cast out demons in his name. In those last forty days, he taught ...to be continued

 

Easter Joy for Everyday Life
David Scott
More than just a day, the Church gives us a seven-week Easter season to celebrate. Yet sometimes our everyday lives feel so heavy that celebration is not a part of them. Critical illness in the family, loss of a job, disappointment in a relationship and the burdens of everyday life can make it a challenge to feel particularly joyful – even in the Easter season. But the joy we are being invited into this season is beyond what we see in our everyday lives ...to be continued

 

MAY 28, 2017: The Ascension of the Lord
Dick Hauser, S.J.
Today’s Gospel is taken from the conclusion of the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew’s Gospel quickly moves from the disciples’ discovery of Jesus’ empty tomb, to Jesus’ appearance to Mary Magdalene and the other Mary, to the commission that Jesus gives his disciples in today’s Gospel. The Final Commission, as this Gospel is sometimes called, is given on the mountaintop. Throughout Scripture, the most important events happen on the mountaintop, and Matthew ...to be continued

 

 

PROPOSALS FOR MEDITATION - We want to offer spiritual texts, which can be of help to nourish our faith and strengthen our life in Christ: they are an opportunity to compare our experience with that of Christian witnesses 'old' and contemporary.

Easter Joy for Everyday Life
Our Hope for Everlasting Life
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord... - Saint Andrew of Crete
We keep the coming feast of the Lord through deeds... - Saint Athanasius
Are we not all one another's brothers? - Theodore the Studite
Christ the high priest makes atonement for our sins - Origen

 
 



 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The idea of providing a space for prayer, hints for reflection and brief meditations on the Word of God, is prompted by our desire to offer help to those who feel inspired to accept the invitation made by Jesus our Lord to enter their room and pray to God the Father 'in secrety' (intimacy) (see Mt 6:6) and to encourage them to cherish moments of silence and quiet recollection. Besides, we wish to offer useful material for community celebrations. We start with something very simple, but we intend to keep it up by following liturgical seasons and Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
 

LIKE BARTOLOMEA I PRAY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE
The pupils of class 4

The pupils of class 4 of «istituto Margherita», after reflecting on the prayer of Bartolomea, wrote their own prayer: it is a breathe of freshness and spontaneity of their tiny-great heart. All of them deserve to be shared, however, we are just offering you a ‘relish’; nevertheless, it challenge ...to be continued

 

PRAYER: HOLY ROSARY
We ask Mary the gift of being WITNESSES OF MERCY

«We need constantly to contemplate the mystery of mercy...», but «At times we are called to gaze even more attentively on mercy so that we may become a more effective sign of the Father’s action in our lives.». We all have great need to rediscover this mystery. ...to be continued

 

HOLY ROSARY

As the Beatification of Pope Paul VI is getting near, let us ask him to accompany us with his words and exhortations, in order to revive our devotion to Mary, the Queen of Holy Rosary, and to intensify our prayer for the Church and for all mankind.

 

MARIALIS CULTUS, Apostolic Exhortation, February 2, 1974
CHRISTI MATRI; Encyclical on prayers during October, September 15, 1966 MENSE MAIO; Encyclical On PrayersDuring May, April 29, 1965

 

LITTLE HISTORY OF THE ROSARY

"All generations will call me blessed": "The Church's devotion to the Blessed Virgin is intrinsic to Christian worship."515 The Church rightly honors "the Blessed Virgin with special devotion. From the most ancient times ...to be continued

 

LITTLE MEDITATION a unique school of prayer

Jhon Paul II

Kneeling here, before the grotto of Massabielle, I feel deeply that I have reached the goal of my pilgrimage. This cave, where Mary appeared, is the heart of Lourdes. It reminds us of the cave of Mount Horeb where Elijah ...to be continued

 

LITTLE MEDITAION Mary's steadfast faith throughout her life

John Paul II

The first beatitude cited in the Gospel is that of faith, and it refers to Mary: “Blessed is she who believed” (Lk 1:45). These words, spoken by Elizabeth, highlight the contrast between Zechariah’s ...to be continued

 

LITTLE HISTORY OF THE ROSARY Apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae

of the Supreme Pontiff John Paul II
The Rosary of the Virgin Mary, which gradually took form in the second millennium under the guidance of the Spirit of God, is a prayer loved by countless Saints and encouraged by the Magisterium. Simple yet profound ...to be continued

 

 

 

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