Pope Francis has repeatedly challenged us to ‘make some noise’ about the serious issues of climate change, as well as about poverty and extreme inequality. He summarised his concerns in his social encyclical, Laudato Si’: On Care for our Common Home’, which he signed on Pentecost Sunday, 24 March 2015.
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IN A WOUNDED WORLD
wHO WE ARE
The Redemptorists are a religious congregation of priests and brothers within the Catholic Church who live in community for the sake of preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ, especially among people on the margins of society and church.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
The icon invites us to run to Mary in any of life’s troubles. People come to Mary not so she can cling to us, but so that her open hands might accompany us to an open life. Over time, an open life will bring us to our own integrity before God and the world. Such is the grace of it! That is why people come in their thousands bringing with them the heartaches of the world. That is why they leave as a community restored in hope.
fROM OUR FOUNDERS
St Clement’s Retreat & Conference Centre
St Clement’s Retreat and Conference Centre, a mission of the Redemptorists, is located in Galong NSW, a little over an hour’s drive from the centre of Canberra. At St Clement’s we are proud of what we can offer and assure you of a warm welcome should you choose to hold your next retreat or conference with us.
Writings by Redemptorists and our colleagues are published here periodically.
May we continue to pray for all those affected in various ways by the current pandemic. May we be inspired by Saint Martha in being called forth by Jesus to greater faith and hope.
The Redemptorists have put together a few ways to stay healthy & help others during the COVID19 pandemic. Are there …
Do you ever have moments when you look in the mirror and wonder about the meaning of your life?
Redemptorists live in community in order to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In various ways throughout the world we proclaim that people matter! They matter to God. They matter to us.