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Spiritual Talk – Fr Ho talks about Blessed Manuel González García

Blessed Manuel González García was born in Spain in 1877, the fourth of five children, to a well-off family. He loved to make reparations for Jesus, forgotten in the Eucharist, and entered the seminary with his parents’ support, but he had to work to support himself. In 1901, he was ordained a priest and in his newly-appointed church was told about the poor state of the administration. Manuel prayed before the Tabernacle and felt Jesus tell him about the many issues he would face, and the even more things demanded of him. Three years later, Blessed Manuel was transferred to another parish to combat the indifference of the parishioners. In 1910, he invited a group of women to imitate Mary and the other few companions of Jesus at His Crucifixion, and console Jesus in the Tabernacle. Over time, the group grew into male and female religious orders. In 1915, he was consecrated a titular bishop and was consecrated a diocesan bishop of Málaga in 1920. He built many diocesan schools and seminaries. In 1931, he was attacked by revolutionaries who lit his episcopal palace on fire and was moved in 1932 to administer from Madrid until 1935, when he was appointed bishop to another diocese. His wrote about prayer, the Eucharist, and pastoral work. In later years, his health worsened but through patience and sacrifice maintained his joyful spirit. In 1940, he died and requested to be buried in the Cathedral. His wish was: “I ask to be buried next to a tabernacle, so that my bones, after death, as my tongue and my pen in life, are saying to those who pass: there is Jesus! There it is! Do not leave him abandoned!” In life and death, Blessed Manuel brought people before the Tabernacle to be united with God.
Publish date: 2018 - 10 - 20


 
Pioneers of New France

Many consider Canada to be one of the best countries to live in. However, in the 17th century, when Canada was just newly founded, it was considered the country of crosses. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how Blessed Catherine of St. Augustine and St. Francois de Laval sacrificed their comfort and contributed to the well-being of Canadians.
Publish date: 2018 - 1 - 20


 
Archbishop Savio Hon: Visit to Canada in the Jubilee of Mercy

Archbishop Savio Hon is the highest-ranking Chinese official in the Vatican in the history of the Church. He visited Eastern Canada over Christmas 2015 for a Chinese Catholic conference. Through his visit, we got to know him better.
Publish date: 2016 - 2 - 27


 
The Obedient Servant: Archbishop Ti-Kang

Most Rev. Joseph Ti Kang, Archbishop Emeritus of Taipei, was born in Henan, China. When he was still small, he already saw heroic missionaries as his role models and aspired to be a priest. He has been an obedient servant to God and His church all his life for more than 60 years.
Publish date: 2013 - 9 - 29


 
Cardinal Shan (3): Suffer with Love and Hope

While suffering with cancer near the end of his life, Cardinal Shan remained very hopeful. He saw cancer as God's blessing that reminded him to cherish his limited time to help people around him. In the last 6 years of his life, he delivered over 200 talks to leave people with his love and reflections of life.
Publish date: 2013 - 2 - 3


 
Cardinal Shan (2): Live Bold and Bloom

Cardinal Shan faced lots of changes and challenges throughout his life. While serving in different roles, he always devoted himself to serve others without reservation. His philosophy of "sacrifice enjoyments, enjoy sacrifices" inspired a lot of people in Taiwan.
Publish date: 2013 - 1 - 27


 
Cardinal Shan (1): A Love beyond Life and Death

Cardinal Paul Shan, Bishop Emeritus of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, responded to God's call and served His Church all his life. Despite being diagnosed with cancer at the age of 83, he still devoted his life to bear witness to God's love and his faith in Christ.
Publish date: 2013 - 1 - 23


 
Journey of the Faithful Ones

Ever since the Gold Rush Era, many Chinese have left their homeland for San Francisco, in the hope of pursuing a better future. In order to follow Christ, Bishop Wang and Sister Hsu also left their home to serve different ethnic groups in San Francisco. They carry out the will of God joyfully despite being sent to different places to serve.
Publish date: 2012 - 5 - 4




 
Interview of Cardinal Zen

Publish date: 2011 - 7 - 30