The Origins of the Feast of Corpus Christi

  The Feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated in the Catholic Church on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday or, in some places, it is transferred to the Sunday. The feast was instituted to honour the Lord’s presence in the Blessed Sacrament. There were 2 separate miracles that lead to the institution of the feast in […]

Glory and praise be to Jesus Christ the Lord of time and history

Have you crossed over the threshold of another new year and started to live it like you were enjoying the first year of your life? This simple consideration, highlights the fact that everyone’s life’s journey is an energetic, but silent, flow of time towards something. This “something” is often difficult to comprehend and so it […]

The Assumption of the Most Holy Virgin Mary into Heaven

Dear friends, Each year we celebrate the feast of Our Lady’s Assumption into heaven and so it is fitting that we, like the Apostles who all gathered around her during her lifetime, come together around our celestial Mother to celebrate this great feast. Eventually, the time came also for Mary to pass from this world […]

Hail Queen Of Peace

The month of September opened with an appeal by Pope Francis for peace in Syria, the Middle East and the entire world: “War never again! Never again war! Peace is a precious gift, which must be promoted and protected… Never has the use of violence brought peace in its wake. War begets war, violence begets […]

God’s Army of Hope

On the weekend of the 4-7 July, Rome witnessed some truly amazing scenes of hope for the Universal Church. Christ’s “army of hope” – the seminarians, novices and those on a vocational journey, descended upon the capital of Christianity to make a pilgrimage, celebrating the Year of Faith, with Pope Francis. Young people, representing every […]

To go directly from the heart of Mary to the heart of Jesus!

Dear friends, we have finally arrived at the month of May which is considered the Marian Month par excellence! We would like to start our meditation with the very words of the Virgin of Revelation: “The Hail Mary’s that you say with faith and love are like golden arrows to the heart of Jesus.” Therefore, […]

Mother Prisca, Woman of Faith

The Holy Scriptures provides us with a splendid definition of faith in the Letter to the Hebrews (Heb 11:1): “Faith is the realization of what is hoped for and evidence of things not seen.” Our father in the faith is considered to be Abraham who always based his actions on god’s promises because he was […]

The Year of Faith 2012-2013

We have just started the much anticipated Year of Faith through which, Pope Benedict XVI, invites us to rediscover the treasure of our faith, becoming more grounded in it and therefore more authentic witnesses to Christ. During this special year, the Missionaries of Divine Revelation have initiated a number of special projects along the same […]

MDR In the Sistine Chapel With the Holy Father!

On the 31 October 2012, the Missionaries of Divine Revelation had the great privilege of participating in Vespers in the Sistine Chapel presided over by the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the inauguration of the ceiling. We have had the opportunity to enter the Sistine Chapel many times, accompanying […]

Dear Friends

Dear Friends, In this season of Advent, we are in the midst of that wait to celebrate the memorial of that unique and unrepeatable event in history when God became man in the baby Jesus! The Virgin Mary is the one who was the first to await the great revelation of Jesus Christ and therefore […]