To Set the Earth on Fire

To Set the Earth on Fire

St. Gaspar called each of us to be “a furnace of charity.” We shouldn’t be afraid to go beyond what we think we are capable of doing, for in God all things are possible. By Fr. Denny Kinderman, C.PP.S. St. Paul prayed to the Father that the Ephesians (and ourselves)...
C.PP.S. in Colombia Sponsors Workshop on Immigration

C.PP.S. in Colombia Sponsors Workshop on Immigration

Participants in a 2018 spirituality workshop in Bogotá.   The United States is not the only country struggling with immigration issues. Missionaries in Colombia are sponsoring a workshop this weekend to talk about immigrant issues there, where refugees from...
The Bond Between the Shepherd and Us

The Bond Between the Shepherd and Us

By V. Rev. Jeffrey Kirch, C.PP.S. There seems to be an overarching theme in the readings for the Fourth Sunday of Easter. In one way or another the image of sheep comes up in the readings. In the Psalm we sing that “We are his people, the sheep of his flock.” In the...
The Test of Love

The Test of Love

“A bell’s not a bell ’til you ring it, A song’s not a song ’til you sing it. Love in your heart wasn’t put there to stay, Love isn’t love ’til you give it away!” Brother Matt Schaefer, C.PP.S. These lyrics from The Sound of...
“I Liked What I Saw of the Missionaries”

“I Liked What I Saw of the Missionaries”

This profile of Br. Charles McCafferty, C.PP.S., who has been a religious brother for 49 years, was done in honor of Religious Brothers Day, May 1, 2019. These days when discerners are interested in the Community, they are invited to spend some time with the...