Called to discern God’s call
OBLATE MISSION WITH YOUTH: The Oblate European Commission for Youth and Vocations held its annual autumn meeting from 3-9 November at the house of spirituality Santa Maria dell’Acero Valetri, Rome.
“Giving life to the heart of St. Eugene in our times” – 25 years for the ‘Oblatas’
The Missionary Oblate Sisters of Mary Immaculate, are a young Religious Institute that came into existence in Spain in 1997.
In the footsteps of St. Eugene de Mazenod in Palermo
St. Eugene de Mazenod, in his exile in Italy, spent almost four years in Palermo, from 1799 to 1802.
In the footsteps of Father Santolini
CONGO: Fr. Giovanni SANTOLINI lived from 1987 until the day of his tragic death on Palm Sunday, 23rd March 1997 in Kinshasa. a delegation of five people visited the places where he lived.
“Go into the world with your heart immersed in God”
The Pope receives thirty Oblate Missionary Cooperators of the Immaculate in the Vatican on the occasion of a double anniversary:
“On the steps of St Eugene in Palermo”
MEDITERRANEAN PROVINCE – A video about the life of the Founder’s time in Palermo.
New Provincial Council of the Mediterranean Province
The Vicar General received the consent of the Council for the appointment its Provincial Council of the Mediterranean Province:
COMI celebrates 70 years of being ‘Oblate’.
2021 is a year of particular importance for the COMI for two reasons: the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Institute and the 20th anniversary of its pontifical approval.
Reappointment of the Provincial of the Mediterranean Province
Fr. Gennaro ROSATO as Provincial of the Mediterranean Province for a second term.
Discussion on the Blessed Oblate Martyrs of Spain
An online discussion on their life and martyrdom with the participation of several experts.
“Missioni OMI” magazine: the centenary is approaching
“Missioni OMI” is a missionary magazine founded in Naples in 1921, it is going to celebrate 100 years of proud existence in 2021.
Oblate Missionary Sisters among the Sick and Dying
According to the charism of St. Eugene, Oblate missionaries are committed to helping the sick, the dying and their families.