What follows is the greeting of Fr. Julian Carron, president of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, at the end of the funeral of Fr. Antonio Anastasio.
We offer the homily of Msgr. Camisasca at the funeral of Fr. Antonio Anastasio
As an aid for living the time of Lent, we propose a meditation on Good Friday, which focuses on the Gospel account of the arrest of Jesus and on two of the protagonists who experience this event in two opposite ways: Judas and Peter.
The experience of illness, full of sacrifices and medical visits, fears and hopes, lays bare our humanity and pushes us to face the truest questions. Fr. Gerry, Irish class of ’57, shares his story.
In his Ash Wednesday homily, Msgr. Camisasca invites us to live Lent in this year marked by uncertainties and fears, as a real walk of conversion.