Oblates Of Mary Immaculate Youth Of Namibia (OMIYON )Whk district 2024 official opening: Today (11.02.2024), the Oblates […]
National Oblate Youth Encounter 2024 was a smashing success with 75 participants from 8 different Oblate communities around Australia gathering together for a 4-day experience at Mazenod College, Mulgrave.
On December 23, 1925, a group of five German Oblates made their way to the Chaco, a region that was then considered a part of Bolivia.
Recently, Christ Redeemer Parish, an Oblate mission in the vibrant city of Recife, the capital of Pernambuco in Brazil, celebrated the feast of the Immaculate Conception.
The Oblate Community of Nickolauskloster in Germany hosted the annual gathering of the European Commission for Youth and Vocations. This event brought together Oblate representatives and young people from each European Oblate unit to share experiences from the past year, reflect on a specific theme, and plan summer activities.
Welcome to the Mario Borzaga community in Fulda! This vibrant community is a testament to the missionary orientation of the Central European Province, with four young oblates dedicated to creating a space where the youth can thrive.
The Mission with Youth is thriving and revitalizing OMI Southern Africa (OMISA) Province especially during this month of October, the month of the Rosary and of the missions. The mission rallies the young people from Oblate parishes and immerses them in the spirit of St. Eugene, helping them “discover who they are in the eyes of God.”
The General House community joyfully received young pilgrims from Hong Kong accompanied by Oblate Frs. Willie and Ronnie.The young pilgrims are currently on an educational tour in Italy, they are from four Oblate schools.
After our pilgrimage, I find myself reflecting on the experience with utmost gratitude. Nevertheless, I am left wondering how this experience will be carried forward by the young people and by us Oblates so that it becomes an ongoing living reality in our lives.
Grzegorz GLABAS, is an Oblate originally from Poland, missionary in Aosta, northwestern Italy. The pilgrimage to the World Youth Day in Lisbon, with young people from his parish, renewed his conviction that the Oblate Charism leads us to the Church.
Fr. Bafana, an Oblate of Mary Immaculate from South Africa, participated in the World Youth Day activities in Lisbon with young people from his parish. This was his first World Youth Day experience. He shares with us how this Experience quenched his spiritual thirst.
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.