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Brother Sun, Sister Moon (Italian: Fratello Sole, Sorella Luna) is a 1972 film directed by Franco Zeffirelli and starring Graham Faulkner and Judi Bowker. The film is a biopic of Saint Francis of Assisi.
Fr. Thomas Rosica speaks with Archbishop Tobin in this recent, exclusive interview filmed in the Vatican Offices of Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life.
The 2nd March 2012 is the 1st anniversary of Pakistan’s Minister For Minorities, Shahbaz Bhatti’s, brutal and cold-blooded assassination at the hands of militant Islamists. To mark the solemn occasion ooberfuse, in association with the British Pakistani Christian Alliance (BPCA), have filmed a chilling and shocking music video to accompany their song Blood Cries Out.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to Charles Dickens as "one of the greatest writers of the English language" on the 200th anniversary of his birth. He was joined by the Duchess of Cornwall, the Archbishop of Canterbury and luminaries from the worlds of literature and theatre for a service of thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey, where wreaths were laid at Dickens's grave in Poets' Corner.
Claretian Missionaries, aware of the ever faithful love of God our Father, greet the New Year of 2012 with hope and joy. Fr. Gonzalo Fernandez, Prefect of Spirituality, and several of his companions encourage us to trust in God's burning love. They invite us to look forward with renewed enthusiasm in spite of the present world crisis.
God came to dwell among us. Since then humanity is capable of bringing forth the highest values. But if any of us look away from God's presence what was supposed to be a Kingdom of Justice, Peace and Love, becomes an Empire of evil. Charlie Chaplin final speech in The Great Dictator film reminds us of this truth.
What moves you to change? Where do you need to be healed and where can you offer some healing? Take ten minutes to watch this powerful clip and see what feelings and thoughts it stirs up. We often don't think about the chain reaction of love we can set in motion through even the smallest kindness.
The band has released a song and music video inspired by top London-based jewelry designer, Lara Bohinc’s, recent tasteless comment when Kate Moss asked her for a free belt: “Are you sure she’ll be wearing it?’ I didn’t want to see it on her Filipina maid.”
'Faith in You' by British singer Cherrie Anderson, has received the most visits on the web with 400,405 plays and 50,286 votes. The song is one of the seven selected by the jury of the Tuned into Madrid song contest. Since Claretians are particularly proud of Cherrie they will adopt her song as their own WYD Hymn.
A group of Spanish university students have put together a collection of videos addressing some of the most controversial topics in the Catholic Church. In a series of 25 Youtube videos, they discuss abortion, divorce, and homosexuality as seen through the eyes of a young Catholic.
The season of Lent has arrived. We move forward on the road to Easter together with the entire Church. The Claretian Missionaries engaged in a four year long spiritual journey share with us the meaning of Lent. Fr. Paul Smith, reflects in this video, on key aspects of this Lenter journey to the centre of the mistery of Christ.
Filipino born Cherrie Anderson is a singer and song writer who is now among one of the most popular artists on the World Youth Day website. Her song 'Faith in You' has been selected by a jury of ten young people to represent the UK in the contest 'Tuned into Madrid'. She will be part of the UK Claretian Youth Group attending WYD.