After yesterday’s great day and some time off, we resumed today’s schedule with a very intense work rhythm. During morning Mass Father Abraham Vettuvelil MSFS, referring to today’s reading from St. Paul, gave us some practical suggestions for the good of our lives: God chooses humble people, marginalised by the world, to bring forth His Kingdom. God does not look at ability but looks at the desire the person has to humble themselves before God by recognising their limitations and sins. The humble person is the one who thanks the Lord for the wonders God performs in them. On the day dedicated to St Monica, we entrust to the Lord all families struggling in the faith and especially mothers who despair for their children’s conduct.
An extensive and rich day of group work and personal reflections was carried out with peace and serenity. Conscious that the General Chapter is coming to a conclusion, we shared reflections contributing towards the drafting of the final document and the letter of greeting to the Communities. We truly experienced the union of intentions towards what the Spirit suggests.
At the end of this day, we raise our thanks to the Lord for all that He continues to do in and through us!