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心靈之聲(一)

4579在AEYG中 我遇見了我人生中最觸動我心的朋友,在這短短的幾天我們相知相惜,當離去時的那種不捨得,眼淚像關不住的水龍頭,小小修女,聽你的故事我感到心疼
而修女們我由衷的感謝你們,因為你們的存在及陪伴,才會有這樣可愛的小修女與我分享她的喜悅,走到修院裡,像走進家中,那裡一切和睦,我們和修女們一起講笑話,我真的不想離開那裡,謝謝你們在2017年帶給我這麼棒的回憶。

慈筠

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AEYG 2017+CF

4579From August 1-7, 2017, the Claretian youth of Taiwan (EAD) attended AEYG 2017+CF in Yogyakarta, Indonesia under the theme “Be Witnesses and Messengers of the Joy of the Gospel in Diversity.” This theme was in fact the continuation of the theme of the first AEYG-2015 “Meet Him in the Cloud”. Encountering God in the Cloud in 2015 inspired many young people to become the Witnesses and messengers of the joy of the Gospel in the diversity of the Asian Context. Seven participants from Taiwan attended the youth gathering in Yogyakarta. In spite of the language barriers and cultural differences, the enthusiasm and energy that emerged during the encounter really united the whole group into a clan of young people walking in the same road witnessing the joy of the Gospel in diversity.

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Revisiting our Erstwhile Missions in Anhui

IMG 20170809 WA0005The past of our Congregation’s ministry in China was filled with dramatic turns and twists of events. Our ministry was immortalized by the martyrdom of Briega who, though not in Chinese soil, shed his blood for China. As China still remains an enigma as far as evangelization is concerned, maintaining our relationship with the community that was formed by our predecessors is a privilege rather than a responsibility to remain relevant as ministers of the word in China.

My first visit to Huangshan, the holy ground of our ministry in China was made to visit the few living faithful who knew our missionaries personally. I met two of them, Nicholas and Liberado. They were students of the medical college run by Bro. Torres CMF in the 1947-48 batch which consisted of 9 students.

The story of Nicholas is already familiar to many Claretians through the book we had published ‘Retracing their FOOTPRINTS’. Nicholas survived 20 years of incarceration in the jail for being a Catholic by transcribing the Spanish New Testament that he had managed to smuggle into the jail. That handwritten copy is preserved with us in Macau. Fr. Mario procured a papal blessing for Nicholas he received with great emotion.

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