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“Young Priest” Retreat

As is usual, the recently ordained priests of the Fraternity of St. Charles gathered at Varigotti for a week of prayer, encounter and dialogue. From the 30th of January to the 6th of February, around thirty missionaries exchanged experiences and testimony from five different continents. To enrich their reflection, a few different guests spoke on […]

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The gratuity that I learn

From a Spain extremely secularized, the story of a priest on mission among university students

  • Tommaso Pedroli
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Questions of yuanfen

An unexpected encounter reminds us that faithfulness and chastity are two dimensions of love.

  • Paolo Costa
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Pilgrimage for Anas

On Saturday, January 27, the parish of St. Charles at Ca’ Granda (Milan) organized a pilgrimage in memory of Fr. Antonio Anastasio, called by all “Anas”. The day began with Holy Mass celebrated at the cemetery of Bruzzano, where our brother and friend was laid to rest, and continued with the visit to the tomb […]

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Colonia Urbana 2024: “You were born to be happy”

Once again this year, the parish of Blessed Pedro Bonilli of Sanitago, Chile, organized its Colonia Urbana. Every day, from the 8th to the 19th of January, around 230 children and 80 helpers gathered to spend time together during the hot summer days. From breakfast to afternoon snack, the program included songs, theater, moments of […]

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The camino of St. Brochero

This January, the young people of the parish of St. Raphael in Asunción, Paraguay, traveled to Argentina to complete the “Camino of St. Brochero,” a pilgrimage of about 30 kilometers from the peak of the “Alturas de Córdoba,” all the way to the sanctuary dedicated to St. José Gabriel of Rosario Brochero, a priest who […]

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Under the mango tree

The parish of St. Joseph’s in Nairobi just celebrated 25 years of existence. A testimony from our mission in Kenya.

  • Mattia Zuliani
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Novena of the children

The novena of Christmas is an important tradition in Colombia: for nine days, every evening, people gather with friends and family to celebrate together with traditional Christmas songs. In our parish of Bogotá, the priests of St. Charles organized a special novena for the children: for each day, games, songs, moments of catechesis and lunch […]

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Lectors and Acolytes

On Saturday, December 16, in the chapel of the House of Formation, the seminarian Simone Moretti received the ministry of Lector. The following week, on Saturday, December 23, the seminarians Tommaso Benzoni, Andrea La Piana and Simone Moretti received the ministry of Acolyte. Both ministries are important steps approaching the diaconate and priesthood.

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That no one remain alone!

Gathering the least and most marginalized of the city to celebrate Christmas with them and to learn to welcome Christ in our lives. A moving story from Asunción.

  • Patricio Hacin
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Mass of St. Charles

As is tradition, on Sunday, December 17, close to Christmas, the Fraternity of St. Charles invited friends and benefactors to celebrate together with a Mass in the parish of St. Charles at Ca’ Grande. Besides the opportunity to celebrate with one another, the occasion was marked by a witness of Fr. Paolo Sottopietra, superior general […]

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The courage to ask

Living Advent entails rediscovering one’s own question, but also and above all, walking towards Him who can respond.

  • Emmanuele Silanos
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Is it possible to live fully?

A girl, a rather unique club and a question that is unavoidable: a story from an American high school.

  • Luis Miguel Hernández
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Pilgrimage to Lo Vásquez

On Saturday, November 18, the priests of the Fraternity of St. Charles who are on mission in Puente Alto (Santiago, Chile), accompanied the local community of Communion and Liberation on a pilgrimage to the sanctuary of the Virgin of Lo Vásquez. Photo by Josè Miguel Torres Garzon.

  • Santiago del Cile
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The silent offering that sustains the world

Visiting the homes of the sick and elderly allows us to enter into the time of God and rediscover the power of Christ. A testimony from a small town in Le Marche (Italy).

  • Martino De Carli
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Where God wants me to be

The heart of man is made to be interested in the whole world: an intuition between Cassino and New York

  • Donato Contuzzi
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Feast of St. Charles

On the occasion of the feast day of St. Charles Borroemo, on Saturday, November 4th, our mission in Puente Alto in Santiago, Chile celebrated the patron of the Fraternity with friends and parishioners. The program began with a witness from Sr. Maria José Viedma, followed by Holy Mass and an evening of songs and Italian […]

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Temporary incorporations

On Saturday, October 21st, in the chapel of the House of Formation in Rome, five seminarians took part in the Rite of Temporary Incorporation in the Fraternity of St. Charles. The new temporary members are: Garrett Behr, Andrea Civita, Gianpaolo Gontero, Paolo Maurina, and Tiago Lucio.

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A task thought up just for me

Encountering the students of a French school allows for the reexamination of one’s own history. A reflection from Grenoble.

  • Suor Chiara Tanzi
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25 years in Nairobi

This past 17th of September was the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the founding of our parish of St. Joseph in Nairobi, Kenya. The celebration, which saw a great number of participants, was presided by Msgr. David Kamai, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Nairobi. On this occasion, the 50 years of mission in […]

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The Passion Evenings

In the House of Formation, a series of evening encounters aimed at sharing the passions of each person and opening a window on the world. The account of a seminarian

  • Matthew Conte
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