H.M. MagazineH.M. is a bi-monthly magazine published in English, Spanish and Italian. It includes articles of formation, values, and impacting testimonies and interviews of the faith.

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By Sr. Beatriz Liaño, SHM

Pope Francis authorized the promulgation decree recognizing the heroic virtues of the servant of God, Tomás Morales, priest of the Society of Jesus and found of the secular institue "The Crusaders of St. Mary" and the association of families "Home of St. Mary."

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Interview with Rafa Samino and Esmeralda Pérez

You were both part of the first moments of the HM Magazine. What do you remember about your experience?

During the first years of the 80s, in 1984, we, a group of teenagers and young people, H.M.Y. (Home of the Mother of the Youth) members, carried out our apostolic activity in a small village in the province of Toledo, Spain, called Mocejón. After having heard Fr. Rafael on several occasions speak about how great it would be for the Home to have its own magazine, we proposed the idea of beginning the magazine design with the H.M.Y. group in Mocejón. He thought it was a good idea and so we got to work.


By Sr. Eyling Reyes

The Home of the Mother Magazine is a magazine dedicated to Our Blessed Mother and she has been the guide and protector of it for the past 33 years. It has been a long journey traveled along with many of you who have been the visible hand of Divine Providence because thanks to your material and spiritual aid, this publication has continued despite the difficulties that have arisen throughout the years. Your donations and prayers have made it possible for us to purchase the necessary machines to be able to continue with this publication.


By Sr. Beatriz Liaño, SHM

In previous issues, we spoke about Jeanne, more commonly known as Jeannot: Mamie’s only sister who, upon joining the Sisters of Charity, took the name of Sr. Helena. As far as their character goes, Mamie and Jeannot were as different as night and day. The first was very shy, the second extremely outgoing, but both incredibly generous and with a great capacity to give of themselves.


Br Fr. Dominic Feehan, SHM

In his encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia, St. John Paul II said,
“The worship of the Eucharist outside of the Mass is of inestimable value for the life of the Church…
It is pleasant to spend time with Him, to lie close to His breast like the Beloved Disciple and to feel the infinite love present in His heart…
How can we not feel a renewed need to spend time in spiritual converse, in silent adoration, in heartfelt love before Christ present in the Most Holy Sacrament?”


The Life of the Servant of God Guido of Fontgalland

By Fr. Dominic Feehan, SHM

The famous French writer, Leon Bloy, once wrote: “The only real sadness, the only real failure, the only great tragedy in life, is not to become a saint.”


Know Your Martyrs

By Sr. Elvira Garro, SHM

“Therefore leaving the vanities and false doctrines of many, let us return to the word that was delivered to us from the beginning.”


By Sr. Beatriz Liaño, SHM

Mamie wrote a letter on November 23, 1955 to her sister, Sister Helena, a Daughter of Charity working at the time as a missionary in the Belgian Congo. Each line of the letter expresses her profound emotion as she opens her heart to her sister. The woman we know today as Mamie, “Lisette” (from Elizabeth) for her friends and relatives, had recently taken an important step in her faith journey.


 By Sr. Beatriz Liaño, SHM

A few months ago I participated in a retreat for married couples. There were several people who were attending for the first time, so we began by introducing ourselves. When my turn came up, I was asked to not only introduce myself, but tell my vocation story as well.

When one is going to talk about their own vocation, you first have to see to whom you are going to tell your story, to try to do it in such a way that what God has done in your life, will help as much as possible the people who are listening to you. I was speaking to a group of married couples and parents of Christian families, so I finished my story saying: “Look, 24 years ago I gave myself to God. Discovering and accepting my vocation is what has given meaning to my life and has made me tremendously happy. Therefore, my advice to you, fathers and mothers of families, is to work and pray to help your children discover the will of God for them. The greatest good you can do for your children is this: help them fulfill the will of God for them.”


 By Juan José Albañir, LHM

Ever since I discovered, when I was 17 years old, that I had a Mother in heaven and how powerful she was, I haven’t stopped asking for things. I first asked for Rosa, a girl in my town, Baena. Later, for Encarnita in Cordoba, while I was doing military service in the barracks of immediate intervention in Lepanto. Finally, for Maria José, my wife. Later, for my children that didn’t come once we got married.

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