AIX-EN-PROVENCE: The Oblate charism is still relevant and touches the hearts of young people today!
On the 21-22 November, representatives from all across the region came together for the Asia-Oceania Region conference on Mission with Youth.
It was a day of joy for the Oblates, lay associates, and friends of Oblates. In this video, some of those Oblates who were present in Rome on that day, recall their experience with joy.
The Eugene De Mazenod International Centre (CIEM) in Aix-en-Privence, welcomed its student community.
Iona College, situated in the Archdiocese of Brisbane, Australia, will name its new Gathering Space “Provence Centre”.
This is the first in a series of articles that will be posted on our website, mainly […]
A special prayer for Oblate vocations in the context of the world today.
For more than 15 years, young people in Zambia have been building brighter futures thanks to the Lukulu Training Centre.
With the consent of his Council, the Superior General has appointed Mr. Marcin Szuscik and Ms. Claudia Tincep Vasquez as lay youth members of the Commission on Mission with Youth, for a first term of three years.
The National Oblate Youth Encounter (NOYE) is an annual event organized by the Province of Australia. It brings together young people to share their Catholic faith in tandem with the Charism of St Eugene De Mazenod.
“Go and Do” (Lk 10,37) was the theme of the second Oblate Youth Day of the Vietnam Mission (VOYD).
“Madagascar taught me many lessons of life, towards which I had turned a blind eye until now.”