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Conclusion of diocesan Beatification Process of Prof Anton Strle, 21st January 2021

Today would be the birthday of the servant of God Anton Strle. He would be 106 years old. Therefore, it is very appropriate to celebrate the last meeting of the diocesan process for the beatification and canonization.

Meeting Mother Julia – Book Presentation

During her Lenten visit, International Superior Mother Margaret Binder FSO offered a heartfelt presentation to a group at St. Columba’s Parish in Edinburgh on the life and work of Mother Julia Verhaeghe, Foundress of The Spiritual Family Work.  Her talk was based on Julia Verhaeghe: Called To A New Work In The Church, a short, biographical booklet.

Published
06.04.2020

Author
The Spiritual Family The Work - Edinburgh

On a mission

Sister Mirjam is on a mission to encourage more young women to explore the religious life,

Published
12.11.2019

Author
Matt Meade

Why is Cardinal Newman's canonization important for our times?

Canonization is a recognition by the Church that an individual has truly led a saintly life. In the popular press, this process is sometimes misunderstood, as if it were a decision by the Church to place someone in heaven. Quite the contrary. 

Published
01.08.2019

Author
Rev. Fr. Joseph Koterski, SJ

Called to Something Great

Being a disciple of Jesus is still a reality today, as Jesus never ceases to draw people to himself.  This could be strongly felt on June 28th, 2019 in the Parish Church of St. Gallus in Bregenz during the Mass for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  Frater Kilian of the Spiritual Family The Work bound himself to Jesus in the Holy Covenant of Virginal Love, giving his life to Him, and promising chastity for the sake of the kingdom of God.  As a sign of this total gift of self, he received the white choir robe worn by members of The Work at liturgical celebrations.

Published
06.07.2019

Author
The Spiritual Family The Work

Meet Sister Mirjam and Sister Karin

Article published by David Kerr on the website of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh.

Published
11.02.2019

Author
David Kerr, Director of Communications of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh