Benedict XVI’s Passing to the Father – Message of Kiko Argüello

KIKO’S MESSAGE TO THE NEOCATECHUMENAL COMMUNITIES Madrid December 31, 2022 Memorial of St. Sylvester, Pope Dear brothers, We have just received the news of the passing from this world to the Father of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. I remind you that, since he was Professor and then Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and then as Pope, we have always had a special gratitude and affection

Prayer for Pope Benedict XVI

Madrid, December 29, 2022 Dear Brothers, Pope Francis, at the General Audience last Wednesday, asked the Universal Church to raise prayers for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, whose health has declined in recent days. We, the brothers of the Neocatechumenal Way, unite ourselves to this petition. How much we have to thank Pope Benedict for his love for the Way, manifested on so many occasions! Let us pray together with Pope

Pilgrimages to Fuentes de Carbonero el Mayor (Segovia – Spain)

Church of Fuentes de Carbonero A place for pilgrimage and celebration, a witness of the history that God makes with us. “I was impressed that while all the houses in the village were destroyed, the only thing left standing in that abandoned village was the church, and a church full of poor people. Here we celebrated the Easter Vigil with the brothers of the shantytown and those of the first

Speeches at the opening ceremony of the cause for the Beatification of Carmen Hernández

Speech by Kiko Argüello Good evening to all, Greetings to D. Carlos Osoro, Cardinal-Archbishop of Madrid. Cardinal D. Antonio María Rouco, Archbishop Emeritus of Madrid. Cardinal Paolo Romeo, Archbishop Emeritus of Palermo. To the archbishops, bishops and episcopal vicars present here. To the Mother General of the Missionary Sisters of Jesus Christ and her councilors: what a joy your presence gives us in this event, sisters! To the Rector of

Opening of the cause for the beatification of the Servant of God Carmen Hernández

“My Jesus, lead me to your holiness.” “You lead me to holiness.” (“Diarios 1979-1981”, n. 85; n.199) On December 4, 2022, an “Act” of special intensity and significance for the whole Church took place in Madrid: the opening of the diocesan phase of the process of beatification and canonization of Carmen Hernández Barrera, co-initiator, together with Kiko Argüello, of that itinerary of Christian initiation called the Neocatechumenal Way. Opening of