The Risen Jesus brings healing and Consolation

by | 16 April 2020 | Releases

All of us at the General Curia wish you the Peace and Joy of the Risen Lord. We know that, this Easter, it is a time of being very restricted or locked in.
But, always, the Risen Lord can touch our hearts, can help us to love, to be compassionate, to reach out to friends and family, to pray and to feel our solidarity with the whole of humanity.
Blessings of the Risen Lord be with you. The Lord is risen, he is truly risen, Alleluia.

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