In the first note, I presented the three cycles around which the entire message of Fatima is organised. In this second note, I will deal with the third cycle.
My Dear Couples, Pope Francis recently published an apostolic letter in the form of a “motu proprio” addressed to the Bishops, entitled “Learn to take your Leave,” governing the resignation, for reasons of age, of holders of certain offices subject to Papal appointment. The Pope referred to the fact that bishops are invited to resign upon reaching 75 years of age because, after a life dedicated to the service of the Church with the highest responsibilities, they need to rest and prepare for, according the Benedict XVI’s lovely expression, “the last voyage.”
Dear Friends, We are assembled today to pay tribute to Monsignor François Fleischmann.
Monsignor Michel Aupetit, Archbishop of Paris, entrusts to your prayer: Monsignor François Fleischmann
We are already in the final phase of preparation for the great Gathering in Fatima 2018
During various the trips that I have made in the Movement’s service, I have found it comforting to find so many Team members who recognise me, because my face and my thinking are known to them through the photo and messages that I regularly send you in the International Leading Team’s Letter
Questions posées par la salle par écrit, auxquelles il n’a pas pu être répondu faute de temps.
This year, I wish for Christmas to take on a very particular savour and meaning for us, because it comes in the middle of the year of preparation for the great Gathering at Fatima 2018
Watch the Colloquium on Father Caffarel, the 8 & 9 December at the Collège des Bernardins in Paris
An international Colloquium and the 70th anniversary of the Charter.