Fr. Félix López
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My blog “God’s plan for the family”

I belong to the Servant Brothers of the Home of the Mother since its foundation in 1990, and have been a priest for 21 years. I am licensed in Pharmacy from the University of Madrid and hold a doctorate in Dogmatic Theology from Holy Cross University in Rome. I am committed to the lay apostolate and give retreats for youth and adults.

Fr. Félix López is author and editor of the Blog "God’s Plan for the Family", which can be found on the website

Conjugal Spirituality - Part II

The term “conjugal spirituality” is relatively new. In fact, it wasn’t until the 20th century that the Magisterium of the Church articulated it, though in reality the concept is as ancient as the very sacrament of matrimony: if all God’s faithful receive the vocation to sanctity, it follows that not only religious and consecrated are called to a particular spirituality, but also those called to marriage have a spirituality particular to their own vocation. 

Fr. Colum Power
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My blog “Random Reflections”

Fr. Colum Power, born in Cork, Ireland, in 1965, is a Servant Priest of the Home of the Mother. He obtained a Master's degree in literature in 1991 and a doctorate in the History of the Church in 2013. He is author of A Touch of the Gardener's Hand, Honey from the Lion's Carcass, and James Joyce's Catholic Categories. He devotes his time to apostolic activities for the youth organized by the Servant Brothers of the Home of the Mother.

Fr. Colum Power is author and editor of the Blog "Random Reflections", which can be found on the website

Glory and Vainglory

Cardinal Seán O'Malley of Boston, United States, has a special affection and concern for immigrants. When he was a young priest, a man came to him in tears with a letter from his wife in his hands. In the letter, his wife scolded him bitterly for not sending money home to help her and the children. She accused him of abandoning his family. The man was in tears. He explained to Fr. O'Malley that he had been working long hours every day and living in very poor conditions. At the end of every week he had mailed the greater portion of his weekly wages to his wife and family, and now it was clear that the money had never reached its destiny.

Glenn Fong
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My blog “It´s for Real”

Glenn Fong is from Cali, Colombia but is currently living in Florida. He has been married to Sandra for 15 years, (yes, it is possible! Marriage is supposed to be forever!), and they have been blessed with two children. Glenn studied Systems Engineering at San Buenaventura University in Cali, Colombia and now works for a multinational company as an Analyst-Developer. He is not a writer, but his passion for Christ and His Church propel him to write about many different topics.

Glenn Fong is author and editor of the Blog "It´s for Real", which can be found on the website

Heaven is Reachable, Just Love Others

The fundamental goal of every Christian must be that at the end of our earthly lives, we enter Heaven and live eternally in the presence of our Eternal and loving Father. And in order to achieve this goal, it is not enough to pray all day, to fast, to fulfill penance, to get to the point of sweating holy water, etc. None of this is sufficient. We will not be able to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven unless we have a true love in our hearts.