Scholastics in Cedara recently organized a Facebook Live event to celebrate the Season of Creation. Sch. Sipho MUKOBOLA, one of the organizers and guest speaker writes about the idea behind this initiative.
Rome: “Via Aurelia Pilgrims” gather at the General house of the Missionaries of Africa to celebrate the Season of Creation
More than 100 young people gathered together with Oblates in Namibia for the cleaning campaign in response to Pope Francis’ call to pray for our common home, Mother Earth and the Superior General’s August 15th Letter.
On September 1st, the 25 Oblates of Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence in Tewksbury MA USA began the Season of Creation with a Mass for Peace and Justice celebrated by Fr. Dan NASSANEY.
Every year from September 1st to October 4th, the Laudato Sí Action Plan team invites us to celebrate as a community and throughout the world the “Season of Creation.”
This Tuesday, 29 August, OMIWORLD hosted a lively discussion about the August 15 Letter from the Superior General.
“The 37th General Chapter told us that care for the Earth “is of special concern to us in our missionary work. We have become aware of our insufficient efforts to care for the environment. We are challenged, therefore, to commit ourselves to the fullest extent possible to make ecological conversion a priority as a fundamental part of our lives and as an integral part of our evangelisation”.
Today, March 22nd, we celebrate World Water Day. In a few weeks, we will be celebrating another significant Creation Day: World Earth Day, April 22nd.
Fr. Jean Herick Jasmin, OMI, Director of the General Service of JPIC, wrote the following letter to the Oblate JPIC coordinators and animators around the world.
GENERAL HOUSE: A moment of inter-congregational prayer was organized by the OMI-JPIC office in the Oblate General House gardens
“The Transition of Religious Congregations to Integral Ecology” – (Introducing the Laudato si’ Multi-year Action Platform)
Laudato Si’ Week 2021 will also be a time to reflect on what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us.