“Culture of encounter is a covenant culture that creates solidarity.”
Pope Francis, Audience 25/10/2015
Through Fr. Kentenich’s communication style (narrating real stories) we serve the life of the International Schoenstatt Family and the Church by promoting bonds of solidarity
– covenant culture
and offer this service as a witness
– culture of encounter
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Translation into English
Carlos Cantú, Mary Cole, Celina M. Garza, Valerio Salvador, Sarah-Leah Pimentel, Lindsay Burger
Melissa Peña-Janknegt, Mary Cole, Sarah-Leah Pimentel
Franziska Thurm, Munich, Germany
Johannes Link, Bad Soden, Germany
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