The De Mazenod Experience resumes in Aix!
After a long wait of two and a half years, after five cancelled sessions due to pandemic lockdown and its consequences, we have finally resumed the De Mazenod Experience!
Fr. Georges Laudin, OMI (1926-2022)
FRANCEOn April 21, 2022, Fr. Georges LAUDIN departed for Our Father’s Home, where he is now reunited with his friend Blessed Jean Wauthier.
Walking with Eugene – a new adventure begins!
AIX-EN-PROVENCE: The Oblate charism is still relevant and touches the hearts of young people today!
News from Aix-en-Provence
Aix-en-Provence: We are called to be in solidarity with the suffering world… And we are called to be sensitive to the situation of people today.
150th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Pontmain
On Sunday January 17 2020, in Pontmain in France, we celebrate the 150 anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady to four children.
Mazenodian Fraternity in Aix
The Eugene De Mazenod International Centre (CIEM) in Aix-en-Privence, welcomed its student community.
The Holy Oblate is still alive!
Frs. Diego Sáez Martín & Dino Tessari were able to verify «in situ» that El Santo is still very much alive in the hearts of the people.
A letter from St. Eugene de Mazenod to the Oblates today
So, my dear children, today also turn to her, with the same confidence.
The new Provincial Council of France
The Superior General has appointed the Provincial Council of the Province of France.
Fr. Vincent Gruber, OMI reappointed as Provincial of the Province of France.
France/Provincial/February 2020 With the consent of his Council meeting in Plenary Session on February 3, 2020, the […]
The oldest Oblate Bishop passed away
Mgr. Georges-Hilaire DUPONT, dean among the Oblate bishops, passed away peacefully in Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët (France) on 29 January 2020.
Hmong pilgrims visit the General House
On April 29, 2019, a group of pilgrims from the Hmong Catholic community of France visited the OMI General House as a part of their pilgrimage to Rome. After returning to France with joyful memories, Paul Yang, the leader of the group wrote a moving letter to Fr. Superior General and the General House community.