The 150th anniversary of the disappearance and death of Fr. Pierre (Pedrito) Keralum OMI in the dense brushland of the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
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.
This year marks the 175th anniversary of the arrival of the first Oblate missionaries to the United States in 1847.
The four part series is entirely FREE of charge and can be accessed entirely on the Internet.
UNITED STATES: The “Kairos in Prison Retreat” is a Christian-based retreat specially designed to help the incarcerated meet other Christians in the same situation.
Zoom webinar focusing on the work and legacy of Fr. George McLean, OMI
To translate the message of the Holy Father for people to understand, we need to show them what a concrete ecological action really means.
Our Lady of Guadalupe and her son Jesus come to us again and make their tent in the homes of so many who are asked to remain at home.
Oblate School of Theology has announced the next president of the school. Dr. Scott Woodward.
After 15 years, Fr. Ron Rolheiser steps down as President of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas.
These courses form part of the Oblate Studies curriculum, consequently the experience of St. Eugene de Mazenod and his charism and tradition will be used to illustrate the class.
Our Lady of Tenderness, intercede for us unto God to bless and aid all who are afflicted and affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic.