Youth Festival in Brazil
Investiture of our Novices – Argentina
22nd Anniversary of the “Incarnate Word” Parish from our mission in Taiwan
Sunday of the Good Shepherd
Patron feast in Chile
Vigil of Adoration and Vocations Festival
23 newly professed in Brazil
Fanally … I know my parish
Ushetu, Tanzania, April 23rd, 2018
I think that all of us would vie for the honor of recounting what we were able to live last Saturday. We went to be able to celebrate mass for the first time in the village of Ndairunde. I had a great desire to reach it, among many reasons, the strongest was that it was the only village I had not yet visited in our mission. That is to say, that of the 53, I had been able to visit 52 of them at least once, and only this one was left
What is the Answer to God’s Call?
New Foundation in El Guasmo, Guayaquil – SSVM Ecuador
Directories Week (a week to study the directories), Novitiate, Italy
Conferences by Father Miguel Ángel Fuentes to the Seminarians in Italy
Youth Pilgrimage from Alcalá de Henares to Paracuellos, Spain
Feast of Saint Mary Salome, Patroness of the Community in Jordan
Volunteers in the Home “San Anibal de Francia”, Peru
Popular Mission in Tanauan, Philippines
Vocations Expo in Ecuador
A Catholic culture course about The University Reform of 1918 took place in the parish of Saint Maximillian Kolbe, and in the A R Bufano Institute . A video was also filmed in order to spread information on this topic.
Pro Life Activities
Summer Camp in the Parish of “Our Lady of Lujan”, Philippines
Floral Games at the School in France
Presentation of the Plan for a Choir for the School in “Sanary sur Mer”, France
New Doctor for the Institute Servants of the Lord: Sister Maria del Fiat Miola, SSVM
On this day, Monday April 16, at The Catholic University of America, in Washington DC, Sister Maria del Fiat Miola, SSVM, earned a Doctorate degree in Early Christian Studies, after having defended her dissertation, which is entitled “Spaces of Salvation in Sixth-Century Arles: The Women’s Monastery as Household and Family.”
Our sister presented her dissertation before the examining committee and her parents, who afterwards had to leave while the five professors of the committee questioned the doctoral student at great length. The committee of the University was composed of her Director, Dr. William Klingshirn, two professors who were Readers of the thesis, and two other professors who acted as President and Secretary of the committee. Sr. Fiat defended successfully, and obtained the title “with distinction.”
Afterwards, sisters from the Provincial House and the Houses of Formation, Sr. Fiat’s parents, various professors, priests, and many other members of the academic community of the University were all present to celebrate with a toast.
It is a great joy that this sister of ours concluded these years of study and preparation with success. We trust that her intellectual work will be of great benefit for our Congregation and for the Church. We congratulate Sister Maria del Fiat for her new degree, and we entrust her to the prayers of all.
The graduation ceremony and official reception of the Ph.D. degree will take place on May 12, at The Catholic University, in front of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.
Outing with children from the de Bera School, Spain
Apostolate under the open sky, Italy
“Immaculate” Cup, Fulton Sheen Seminary, USA
Visit of M. Corredentora to USA and Canada
Grant us Peace!
From the Missionaries of Charity’s home for the elderly in Aleppo, Syria
Iraq, Rome Reports
“The persecuted christians in Iraq don’t consider themselves heroes, they believe that they did what they were supposed to do”
Father Luis Montes, priest of the Institue of the Incarnate Word, collected these photos that show what remains of the disaster left by the flight of the terrorists. They destroyed everything over time, first of all everything related to Christianity.
Despite having little for which to return, since entire towns were reduced to rubble, the Christians are coming back. Nevertheless, the wound inflicted has been deep. There have been too many years of suffering.
Daughters of Mary
Genoa – Italy
New Adoration Chapel in Suncho Corral, Argentina
By the grace of God, last Sunday we inaugurated the provisional chapel for perpetual adoration in our town. The idea was to wait a bit more while the area where the chapel would be was prepared, but as circumstances unfolded, God showed us that he wanted to be adored as soon as possible! “Seek the Kingdom of God and his righteousness and everything else will be added unto you.” (Mt 6:33) Pray for the fruits! A.M.D.G.
Third Order in the Holy Land
Celebrations for the 25 years of Vows, Argentina
Progress in the Home in Anjara, Jordan, Inauguration of the Laundry
Vocational Weekend, SSVM Ecuador
“Agur Maria”, St. Cecilia Choir
From Guyana to the Novitiate in Ecuador
Weekly Youth Meeting in Anjara, Jordan
Abuna! Abuna! Big and Little hands at work. Sagrada Familia Monastery.
Thanks to the help of our Little and not so Little Friends, we were able to have a day of work in our monastery, Thursday the 19th and Saturday the 21st of April. Here is a chronicle of this day, in case you haven’t yet read it: (in Spanish) https://www.facebook.com/m.seforis/posts/2166075790278601
Many thanks Samer, “Hijos de la Luz” and all the other benefactors, living and deceased, spiritual and material, who have made this posible… With our blessing, Abuna Jason and Abuna Nestor.
Models in the “San Miguel” High School, Santiago del Estero, Argentina
Trip with students from the school, Mission in Bolivia
Altar Servers from Paraguay
Chapel of the “Miraculous Medal”
Feast of St. Mark in Alexandria, Egypt
Saint Mark was bishop of Alexandria, where he preached the Gospel and was martyred. This is why Egyptians consider themselves children of St. Mark. We gathered with all of the members of our Religious Family in order to celebrate the feast in his honor.
Study of the Constitutions – SSVM Peru
Spiritual Exercises in Italy
Canon in D, SSVM, San Rafael, Argentina
Hard to Train, Don’t Miss it! (Film for the Youth Festival in Brazil)
“Spiritual Exercises”… These two rich words are capable of elevating an entire generation, an entire world. They can produce a spiritual revolution.
In fact they have produced one. By the ironies of grace, the instrument for this spiritual revolution is a little book: the book of the Exercises according to the mind of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, or Ignatian Exercises.
For centuries they have overcome trials by fire, but their doctrine and method have remained intact. Their author is God. His instrument is St. Ignatius of Loyola. The entire book is permeated with noble spiritual grandeur. (Monsignor Adolfo Tortola, Archbishop of Paraná 1962-83)
Family Day in Montefiascone, Italy
May 1st, 2018
Encounter of Voces del Verbo (Voices of the Word) and Families in San Cugat de Valles, Barcelona, Spain
May 4th to May 6th, 2018