Here’s a video message entitled “Message of Hope” from the OMI International Roman Scholasticate during this Easter season.
According to the charism of St. Eugene, Oblate missionaries are committed to helping the sick, the dying and their families.
We are all locked down for the coronavirus, but that does not mean God is sleeping, and nor should we be. “We can work from home.”
I am going to bed. Ambulance sirens… one, two, three… These days it is the familiar sound that breaks the silence of quarantine.
A beautiful initiative has emerged in the Oblate Family in Ukraine, related to one of the Oblates the Servant of God, Fr. Ludwik Wrodarczyk, OMI.
I send a short message now regarding the coronavirus COVID-19. I think it is a moment of solidarity, of prayer and of hope. – Superior General
Let us try to live this moment rooted in faith and love. Let us live as a sign of our love for our brothers and sisters
With the outbreak of coronavirus, Fr. Vincenzo is at a crossroads, whether to shut down the soup kitchen or continue it as usual.
The “year of the rat” brought a bitter surprise, as we started to hear news about the coronavirus outbreak! Literally, in no time, the city went into “pause mode”.