"Omni in re, semper, et ubique tantum Deum video, ipsum Deum." MAM

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“And she gave birth to her firstborn son.    
She wrapped him in swaddling clothes
and laid him in a manger, because   
there was no room for them in the inn.”   (Lk 2:7)


“In front of the crib we discover how important it is for our life, so often frenetic, to find moments of silence and prayer. The silence, to contemplate the beauty of the face of baby Jesus, the Son of God, born in a lowly stable. Prayer, to express our amazed “thank you” at this immense gift of love we have been given.”  (Pope Francis)

The pandemic showed us the vulnerability of our being and of our world.
The news that God came close to us in the Child of Bethlehem is a sign that people are not left alone in their vulnerability and that precisely this can also be the place of an experience with God which, then, leads us back to people and humanity.
Let us be touch and strengthened by the mystery of the Holy Night. Thus we will find, at the crib, courage and strength to accept our lives and shape them with the conviction that Jesus, the Savior, is here!

For these Christmas days, as the General Administration, we wish you to experience the closeness and goodness from God, who, small and defenseless, promises us peace and joy as a Child in the manger.

For the year 2021, we wish you God’s blessings, health, peace and confidence that God walks with us in the New Year “2021”.

Sr. Johanna Vogl,     
sr. Júlia Zarembová, sr. Eva Windt, Sr. Margit Kuchta     

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