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Allocutio at the July 2016 Concilium Meeting by Fr. Bede McGregor OP

11 August 2016

The Legion and the Spiritual Works of Mercy
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Several months ago, in preparation for the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, we reflected several times on the role of

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Legion Project to Donegal, Ireland

11 August 2016

LEGION PROJECT TO DONEGAL - IRELAND

At the invitation of the Parish Priest, Fr. James McSweeney a team of 8 travelled to Buckless, Donegal with the objective of promoting the Parish Mission,

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Concilium Bulletin July 2016

11 August 2016

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AUSTRIA (and Councils under Caretakership)
Austrian Senatus: Winter and Summer Schools promoted the Year of Mercy and the 300th Anniversary of the death of St. Louis Marie De Montfort. 3 of

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Above all the vision of Frank Duff concerning the priest and laity can only be understood in the context of evangelisation and the salvation of souls. Both priest and laity must be totally christocentric and the central focus of Christ is the salvation of souls.

Our Lord put it categorically more than once: 'I came to save sinners.' Evangelisation is simply cooperating in the work of redemption. It is facilitating a meeting between Christ and another person, bringing the fruits of redemption to others or again putting it very simply, it is helping others get into heaven.

This must be the overwhelming focus of any priest or layperson who would wish to be apostolic. Ultimately there is no evangelisation without focusing on the salvation of souls. Whatever the immediate goals, the ultimate goal of all evangelisation must be the gaining of eternal life.

The Code of Canon Law puts it very succinctly: For all activity of the Church 'the salvation of souls must always be the supreme law. '(Can.1752) This is the identity of interest between the priest and the lay apostle.
Rev. Fr. Bede McGregor, O.P., Concilium Spiritual Director