COVID 19 – the second wave
The Oblates were not exempt from the infection of this deadly virus. Several Oblates in India are infected with this virus.
The family grows in a time of pandemic
The joy was indescribable. Like the cork that pops out of the bottle of wine, our joy simply overflows…
A Provincial Assembly in the time of COVID-19
On February 2 and 3, 2021, we had the pleasure to experience a first in our province.
The Letter of Superior General to the Congregation on the Anniversary of the Papal Approval of the Constitutions and Rules – February 17, 2021
This year, February 17th falls on Ash Wednesday, and we will celebrate our feast day on Tuesday, February 16th.
OMI Priest feeds the poor living under the bridge
Led by Fr. Mark Anthony SERNA, OMI, the young people of the parish, visited the streets under the bridge of To Kwa Wan.
At Home with God: Welcoming Our Lady of Guadalupe Online
Our Lady of Guadalupe and her son Jesus come to us again and make their tent in the homes of so many who are asked to remain at home.
Another aspect of Oblates assisting their people during the pandemic.
Oblates could provide much of this special aid to their people thanks to the assistance of the Global Oblate Fundraisers.
The work of an Oblate during the Spanish Flu
Woodman’s Point was within the boundaries of Fremantle Parish, which was under the care of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
In the midst of the catastrophic pandemic and political crisis.
It has been several months since the country has come to a standstill. This atmosphere has revealed many realities and problems of economic, social and political natures.
Families facing rising hunger caused by the coronavirus pandemic
The impact of COVID-19 on people within the Irinda-Gachanka community is real, felt, and is demanding that we be ever visible by way of expressing our closeness to our people.
Oblates facing the pandemic, with faith and courage.
Our Oblates try to support people through prayer, internet communications and Eucharistic celebrations.
The other side of social distancing
It has been a year and a half since I started living in Fischat this time. I tried to continue the good habit of my predecessor “José’i”.