An Easter greeting from Tibor Kauser, Minister General of the OFS


Tibor Kauser at the National Elective Chapter of OFSGB at the Oblate Retreat Centre, Crewe, in September 2015

We have posted here an Easter greeting from Tibor Kauser, Minister General of the OFS, that was mailed out today by CIOFS on behalf of the International Fraternity. Please do read it. It is good.
In it Tibor says: “In this letter I’d like to invite you to fill our joy of Easter with the decision to be more committed to be witnesses of the resurrection, delivering the love of the merciful Heavenly Father.”
“All along this year of mercy, our life has to be characterized by this being merciful. And what else could better build our fraternities than this divine mercy?”
He continues: “And I do believe that nothing can build a true fraternity better than the mercy of God that invites us to be merciful.”
Tibor writes: “In this spirit, I invite you this Easter to study and live the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, particularly in our fraternities, but also whenever and wherever we are working in the world.” so that we can “build a more fraternal and evangelical world so that the kingdom of God may be brought about more effectively. (Rule 14.)”

2 thoughts on “An Easter greeting from Tibor Kauser, Minister General of the OFS

  1. Dear Brother,
    Sorry, it’s me again!
    I found great difficulty, as usual, with your posting. When I finally managed to get up Tibor’s full message and tried to save it, i got a load of gobble-de-goup. In order to do a print, I had to “copy” each page, convert into a word document, and enlarge to fit the page. I can normally print out pdfs with no problem.
    There is no need to phone me, but if you would like to email me I will follow your instructions, because the copied copy I have is not very good.
    Happy Easter!
    Michael ofs.

  2. Hello again Michael, as you suggested I will not call you again this time! I have just emailed you a copy of Tibor’s message that I have downloaded by following the link in the post, and the download link at the foot of Tibor’s text. The whole process took about three minutes.
    Thank you for your determination to read the post. I hope you enjoy it and are able to pass it on to other members of your fraternity and region. Paula would like the message to reach all members.
    If you would like me to take a look at your computer sometime after Easter, using a programme such as Teamviewer, I am happy to do so. We might then see what is causing you these problems.
    And may I remind you, as I mentioned when I called you about two weeks ago, that your comments go to all members who are subscribed for email updates. I suspect it would be more appropriate when you have these technical difficulties to email me or call me rather than make a comment against the post. Comments relating to the content of the post are, of course, most welcome.
    Blessings to you both for the Triduum and for Easter.

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