Tuesday, June 5, 2007

The Sisters in Hafnarfjordur have been praying for the Icelanders needs, where do they get all this power from}

Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome: "Mr Ambassador, the members of the Catholic Church in your country, though few, reach out to the entire Icelandic society. Expressing the Church's belief in the 'unbreakable bond between love of God and love of neighbour' ('Deus Caritas Est,' 16), they undertake works of charity from their small but vibrant parish communities. A particularly beautiful example of this is found in the Carmelite convent of contemplative life in Hafnarfjordur, where the Sisters pray daily for the needs of all Icelanders."

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