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Monthly Magazine

The magazine was launched on the first anniversary of the association's pontifical approval Saint John Paul II granted pontifical approval to the international association of Christ's faithful, Heralds of the Gospel, on February 22, 2001. So this date, on which the Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter is commemorated, is very special to [...]

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Perpetual Adoration

Shortly after the pontifical approval of Heralds of the Gospel, the first signs of an avalanche of activities and immense institutional growth appeared. It did not take long for the founder, Monsignor João S. Clá Dias, E.P., to quickly find himself torn between the joy of seeing the expansion of his work and becoming [...]

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Spiritual Retreats

Spiritual retreats modeled after the concept of Saint Ignatius of Loyola are a hallmark of Heralds of the Gospel since its beginning In the Seventies, the founder of Heralds of the Gospel, Monsignor João Clá, participated with several of his companions, in an Ignatian retreat. The mystical aspect, the logic, the depth of [...]

2013-10-30T18:40:25+00:00 Comments Off on Spiritual Retreats

First Saturdays

In her third apparition on July 13, 1917, the Blessed Virgin asked that Communions of reparation be made on the first Saturdays of five consecutive months. The Blessed Virgin appeared to Sister Lucia again on December 10, 1925, at the convent of the Dorothean sisters in Pontevedra, Spain, with the Infant Jesus, saying: Sister [...]

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Marian Missions

The diocesan bishop or the pastor of a parish asks for Heralds to carry out a mission In October 2001 the distressed pastor of a parish spiritually devastated by the mismanagement and bad example of others, by the infighting among the faithful, by the growing indifference and increasing defection of Catholics to small [...]

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Crowning of Our Lady

The Crowning of Mary is a very ancient tradition fostered by many Pontiffs From time immemorial Catholics have had the custom of paying special tribute to the Mother of God by placing a crown on her head. Whether richly decorated diadem or simple circlet of flowers, these crowns are earthly symbols of the [...]

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Apostolate of the Shrine

What is it? The goal of the apostolate of the Shrine is to adequately respond to the insistent call of Pope John Paul II by cooperating with bishops and priests in the effort for a new evangelization, particularly so that lapsed Catholics may once again become involved in the ecclesial life of their parishes. This [...]

2017-05-02T00:49:26+00:00 Comments Off on Apostolate of the Shrine

Liturgical Animation

"[A]n evangelizing community is filled with joy; it knows how to rejoice always. It celebrates every small victory, every step forward in the work of evangelization. Evangelization with joy becomes beauty in the liturgy, as part of our daily concern to spread goodness. The Church evangelizes and is herself evangelized through the beauty of the [...]

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