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Once there you will meet your fellow pilgrims and your spiritual leader. You will also be introduced to your host family in whose comfortable, yet modest inn you will be staying for the next seven nights.
Enjoy a delicious dinner before retiring for the evening. Days 3 to 8, Jul 19 - 24, Tue — Sun, Medjugorje Experience the beauty and peace of this simple village.
During your stay in Medjugorje you will have the opportunity to share faith with pilgrims from all over the world. Our local guide will accompany us throughout your stay. Here are some of the activities you'll be sharing with our fellow pilgrims: Each morning at 10am we assemble at St. Follow the path up Apparition Hill where the visionaries first encountered Our Lady.
Touch and pray before the cross that commemorates the spot where Mary first appeared to the visionaries. Each evening at 6pm , we will join the villagers and pilgrims to pray the rosary. The apparition takes place at daylight savings time, and then stay on for Croatian Mass. Each evening during Croatian Mass, there is the Blessing of the Sick and blessing of the items you have with you. Our guide will arrange meetings with the visionaries at their own homes provided that they are in Medjugorje during your trip, and pending their availability.
We will have the opportunity to climb Krizevac Mountain, where in the villagers built a 30' high cross on the anniversary of Jesus' crucifixion. In a similar fashion, it was not uncommon for even members of the clergy to sign a paper indicating their cooperation with the secret police or the Party in order to be assured peace in the exercise of the pastoral ministries.
These changes bring with them…enormous difficulties for conjugal and family life.
Or when this comfort zone is challenged, is a person capable of recognizing a summons to a more authentic mode of existence? In concluding, we will uphold one particular Servant of God as a witness to, and model of, heroic virtue in marriage and family life. As many here know, one of the most important early philosphical works by Karol Wojtyla is Love and Responsibility. The result of personal philosophical studies, especially of the ethics of St.
Thomas under Fr. All human relationships, no matter how insignificant, must therefore be based on this attitude of love if the persons involved are to flourish. But what is love?
Drawing from St. Thomas, Wojtyla presents four kinds of love in the human experience.
Through love as attraction, the first kind, one is drawn to the sexual values of another person. However, one is not attracted to these psychological values in the abstract. The values to which we are attracted reside in specific persons.
However, another person can satisfy this longing only to a certain degree. We are attracted to the values we find in other persons, and we desire those persons. It is using her when he desires her simply because her qualities provide a certain gratification for his ego.
Love as desire is therefore not complete. To truly love another person is to desire their good.
For this reason, parents sacrifice their time, money, and leisure for the care of their children. A priest may initiate Eucharistic adoration at his parish for the spiritual good of his parishioners. A certain death to self is implied in this form of love. Though a doctor, pastor, or teacher might give of him or herself, this might only be the result of circumstance, goodwill, or friendliness.
Since it relates to the sexual sphere, it can arise spontaneously, but is also a task and responsibility entrusted to two persons.
Second, conjugal love that is also sacramental that is, between baptized persons , is also a real means of grace for the couple, who of their very nature image the mystery of the Triune God, in Whom Father, Son, and Holy Spirit dwell eternally in a communion of reciprocal self-giving love.
A married couple, bound by conjugal love, is entrusted with a responsibility. Both as a result of their betrothed human love, and as a result of their nearness to God by virtue of the sacrament, they are morally obliged to grow in the covenant of love which they share. They are called to become who they are by means of sacramental grace. The wedding day, however, becomes the beginning of an intimate partnership of love and life that is entrusted to them as an ethical obligation.
Spouses are therefore the permanent reminder to the Church of what happened on the Cross; they are for one another and for the children witnesses to the salvation in which the sacrament makes them sharers. But it is through the Cross that the family can attain the fullness of its being and the perfection of its love.
Conjugal love reaches that fullness to which it is interiorly ordained, conjugal charity, which is the proper and specific way in which the spouses participate in and are called to live the very charity of Christ who gave Himself on the Cross. The grace necessitates a response on the part of the spouses; it requires of them an answer by which they, both individually and as a couple become more perfectly conformed to Christ.
John Paul II suggests that this may even include the notion of martyrdom. As we saw in Love and Responsibility, the most authentic human love enjoins a certain responsibility, requiring guidance and maturing.
The sacramental grace of matrimony is precisely what enlivens that effort. This effort to perfect themselves both individually and in union as spouses takes the form of a certain self-denial, or ascesis. The spirit of the evangelical counsels provides the foundation for an authentic conjugal spirituality.
Even further, to truly live the Christian married vocation requires a proper spirituality—the interior life—which is only achieved by a heroic effort. The particular challenges each married couple within a group faces might be different from the others; the goal of the program, however, is the same--the formation of holy marriages who might become witnesses to the great cause of marriage and the family in the world.
The spirit of poverty would direct couples to renounce the consumerism of our age, the pursuit of wealth and possessions, and the utilitarian mindset that marks much of our culture. For example, one might strictly limit television in a household setting; one might voluntarily forego a wardrobe update; or even make it a principle to appreciate the employment of a cashier rather than bypassing that person for the self-checkout as a matter of convenience.
Without falling into rigorism, they would reject reject the casual impurity of the age, especially as this is manifest in the popular culture and mass media.
Finally, for married couples, obedience is not given to a superior but to one another out of love for Christ, which might consist in placing the needs of spouse and family over demands of career, personal ambitions, projects, friendships, hobbies, etc. There can be no personal relationship more intimate than or prior to that between husband and wife.
The couple who puts into practice the spirit of the evangelical counsels becomes capable of witnessing to the Gospel as missionaries both to the Church and the culture, as might a religious who takes the counsels as formal vows. Since his early high school years, he stood out as a bright and promising student, who would develop his talents into a successful professional life.