Fr. Vadim Dorosh OMI, as a war chaplain, for several years has been systematically travelling to the front line and serving the soldiers.
GHANA: We are getting established there, slowly but steadily.
NOTRE-DAME DU-CAP: Father Gérard Tsatselam OMI, gives us a portrait of the life of the Christian communities he has been working with and of their faith in action.
FRANCEOn April 21, 2022, Fr. Georges LAUDIN departed for Our Father’s Home, where he is now reunited with his friend Blessed Jean Wauthier.
What is “ours” is to put ourselves always at the service of the most abandoned (OMI Constitution 5) and in this we risk our lives (C. 2). That is our oblation.
UKRAINE: Montse Alvarado of EWTN, interviewed Fr. Pavlo Vyshkovskyi, OMI, on the current situation of Ukraine.
For the next five months, there will be five articles based on the theme of our Chapter – Pilgrims of Hope in Communion and are meant for personal and communal reflection and discussion.
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.
GHANA: The new community consists of three Oblates from three nationalities (Nigeria, Poland, Senegal).
KENYA: Do we care for our fellow Oblate colleagues and confreres and their families?
COLOMBO: The message and mission Fr. Michael left behind was liberation of humankind from all kinds of suppression and/or servitude.
Workshop for Post-Novitiate Formators – “We must prepare and form our young people not for a mission, but to be missionaries”.