World Water Day and World Earth Day are Linked and Flow Together
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.
Oblate arrested and released
Oblate and Five Students Arrested for ‘We Refuse Corruption’ Chants Against Congolese President After Pope Francis Event in DRC.
Zambian Oblate Worked to Ensure Fair Elections in Lesotho
Fr. Barnabas and the MISA team were in Lesotho to ensure protection of the media during Lesotho’s 2022 national elections.
Carl Kabat, OMI, Noted Peace Activist Dies
UNITED STATES – Rev. Fr. Carl Kabat, OMI, a tireless opponent of nuclear weapons, died on August 4 in San Antonio, Texas, at the age of 88.
OMI-JPIC held its General Assembly in Nairobi
The General Service OMI-JPIC organized its General Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya.
News from OMI JPIC
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.
Celebrating the Season of Creation
GENERAL HOUSE: A moment of inter-congregational prayer was organized by the OMI-JPIC office in the Oblate General House gardens
OMI-JPIC General Service as Implementation of Justice and Charity: How can we work together?
OMI-JPIC: We can work together towards a greater acceptance of the reality of synodality as an accurate missionary process.
Fr. “Jun” Mercado, OMI passed away
Fr. Eliseo “Jun” Mercado, Jr. OMI, the first Director of the General Service of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation based in Rome, Italy, from 2003-2007, passed away on May 23, 2021 in Cotabato City, Philippines.
The 7th OMI webinar on Laudato Si’
“The Transition of Religious Congregations to Integral Ecology” – (Introducing the Laudato si’ Multi-year Action Platform)
Project “Garbage Bank”
Avideo presentation from Fr. Antonius “Bono” Rajabana, OMI, about their project “Garbage Bank,”
De Mazenod Door Outreach Program adds Farming Initiative
De Mazenod Outreach ministry will operate a local farm to grow food for Hamilton’s poor