Author Archives: Fr William Serra LC

About Fr William Serra LC

Father William was born in Madrid, Spain. He joined the Legion in 1992. After spending his first three years of formation in Salamanca, Spain, he then went to Rome to study philosophy. He did his internship in Cheshire, CT, as an Assistant to the Instructor of novices. After 4 years he went back to Rome to finish his second year of philosophy. He then finished is bachelors in Theology serving at the same time as secretary of the Center for Higher Studies. He was ordained in 2004, and served as territorial secretary for North America in 2004, becoming territorial secretary for the Atlanta territory until mid-2005. Since that time, he has been working in the Legionaries’ general directorate in Rome, assisting Fr Alvaro as his personal secretary. In March 2010 he was named Assistant to the Territorial Director of Atlanta for the area of the apostolate and in April 2011 took on the responsibility of Assistant to the Territorial Director of North America for the area of religious life.

Ten Attitudes

In his previous article, Fr. William Serra LC reflected on the need and benefits of opening up our wounds to Christ in prayer. ( This article reflects on ten attitudes that help us open our wounds in prayer to the … Continue reading

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Letting Christ Heal My Wounds in Prayer

Prayer is an appointment with the doctor of our souls, our Creator and Redeemer. He knows and guards our comings and goings (Psalm 120), our past, our wounds, our miseries and our desires to heal, live and walk in His … Continue reading

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Contemplating the Eyes of Jesus Christ

A prayer reflection A person’s gaze is like a map of his soul, a window to what is in his heart. There are many types of gazes: Tender gazes which warmly welcome you, harsh ones that repulse or reject you. … Continue reading

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