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"We are protagonists of our present; we are the actual builders of this history. God wants to write - through our hearts, through our lives and
fiats - the history of salvation: a history of love, of grace, of life, of communion and of holiness."
(Mother Adela, Foundress SCTJM)

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Cenacles
"He who loves gives, gives life, gives of himself to God and to others. Instead he who does not love, who is selfish, always looks to receive, always looks to have things, to have advantages. Remain with an open heart...remain in God and God remains in us; remain in love." H.H. Francis

Bl. John Paul II
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Eucharistic Cenacle
"Come to the Fountain of My Heart to Be Made Pure"

"A Testimony of Many Years at the Service of
Bl. John Paul II"
Archbishop Mieczyslaw


The Rosary
St. Louis Marie
Grignion de Montfort

"The Two Hearts Have Designs of Mercy Over Us"
Mother Adela, SCTJM

The Pierced Hearts of
Jesus and Mary
Mother Adela, SCTJM

The Holy Eucharist and
Marian Devotion
Fr. Michael Hull

Series:
The Heart of Mary:
Path to a Golden Heart


"Let Us Be the Smallest Children of Our Lady"
Teachings given by Mother Adela during a pilgrimage to
Marian Shrines

Responding to Divine Mercy: The Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy
Sr. Silvia Maria Tarafa, SCTJM

Mother of Our Unity,
Becoming the Family of God
Sr. Sara Marie, SCTJM



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It is in Saint Joseph’s heart that you are to model yourselves in the mission to be custodians of the treasures of the Church.
To be a custodian means that you are to be humble to recognize that the treasure you have received is an undeserved gift.
To be a custodian is to courageously forget about yourselves to love with more dedication
and attention the treasure you have been entrusted with
.”

(Mother Adela, SCTJM)



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Cenacle April 4, 2014



 
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