Laudato Si’ Week 2021 will also be a time to reflect on what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us.
It will be very easy to book: everyone can become an animator of the initiative.
As every year, we share with you some materials for the novena prayer for Oblate Vocations for this year.
Let us continue to work for a healthier world for everyone, especially for the poorest who are most afflicted by this present pandemic.
How to shape Laudato si’ awareness
The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate continue to play a significant role in many of the most difficult missions around the world.
We thank God for this good news and keep praying for the full and quick recovery of our Superior General.
The postponement of the 2nd Lay Associations Congress to 2022.
General Formation Committee meeting from March 1 to March 5, 2021 was held via zoom, due to various COVID restrictions.
To translate the message of the Holy Father for people to understand, we need to show them what a concrete ecological action really means.
Pope Pius IX proclaimed Saint Joseph, patron of the Universal Church and 150 years later, Pope Francis proposes a jubilee year in his honor.
OMI Webinar: Sustainable Development in the Framework of Laudato si’