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As Lent begins this week, we enter a sacred period of spiritual renewal. Through prayer, fasting, and acts of charity, we ready ourselves for the Easter celebration.
Dear Oblates and members of our beloved charismatic family, I am excited to announce my forthcoming travels, during which I will have the privilege of connecting with various Oblate communities and experiencing significant moments of our Oblate family.
The Eucharistic celebration, marking the conclusion of the 5-week-long Plenary Session, was presided by Fr. Chicho, the Superior General. Brother Noel, Secretary General, delivered a touching reflection inspired by the Gospel story of the miraculous healing of a man with hearing and speech impediments. His message centered on “the three invitations: To focus, to listen, and to ponder!”
The Gospel is that “new” that we must embrace, welcome, and make room for, whatever the cost, so that we may be a proclamation of the newness of God among the poorest: “Behold, I make all things new” (Revelation 21:5).
Pope Francis celebrates Mass on the World Day for Consecrated Life highlighting the importance of perseverance and asking for the courage to make room for God’s action.
On January 18th, Stefano Dominici, the coordinator of lay associations and associates, convened the first online meeting with the ‘lay team.’
The homily delivered by the Superior General on January 25, 2024, at the General House in Rome, centered on the theme of “Conversion,” drawing inspiration from the transformative experiences of St. Paul and St. Eugene De Mazenod.
Today we celebrate the Feast of the conversion of St. Paul and we remember the beginning of our community and missionary life 208 years ago.
On January 6, 2024, the Superior General, Fr. Chicho, presided over the Eucharistic celebration at the General House and delivered a profound homily that delved into the mystery of God’s salvation manifested in Jesus Christ for all of humanity.
Hope is not mere optimism. Sometimes things must worsen before true transformation occurs. Yet, placing our trust in God, we know that the coming year will not be a repetition of the past.
Beneath Turkmenistan’s star-studded sky, I embraced Christmas alongside the smallest Oblate community in the Congregation. Reflecting on this Christmas celebration with the Oblates and People of Turkmenistan, I contemplate how this journey has left an indelible mark on my heart.