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Christmas Wishes from the Holy Family Institute

Members of the Holy Family Institute would like to wish the Pauline Family a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year! Below are some pictures Fr. Harrington received from HFI families.

The Holy Father recently addressed the Pauline Family about the closing of the Centenary Year of the Pauline charism and also in memory of Blessed Giacomo Alberione. Here is a quote from his address:

“May this, your centenary, offer you the opportunity to renew your commitment to live the faith and to communicate it, in particular through the editorial and multi-media instruments, typical of your charism. Those who receive the Good News that God is love and, in Jesus Christ, communicates Himself to humanity, are all men, every man and woman who lives in this world; and the recipient is the whole man, in the totality of his person, of his history and of his culture. “You received without pay, give without pay” (Matthew 10:8), says Jesus. In these words is the secret of evangelization, which is to communicate the Gospel in the style of the Gospel, namely gratuitously, the joy of the gift received out of pure love. Only one who has experienced such joy can communicate it, in fact, he cannot not communicate it, because “the good always tends to communicate itself … By communicating it, the good takes root and develops” (Evangelii Gaudium, 9).”

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Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year from the Caffery Family!

Merry Christmas from the Blouin Family.

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The Perales Family.

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Shapic Family. Mark (12) and Olivia (14)

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Charles and Maryann Dulleck.

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Maturen Family.

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Jakub Family.

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Robert and Keisha Jakub

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The wonder of Christmas lights! – Linebarger Family

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Happy New Year from the Newell Family!

 

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