ARGENTINA, Rosita Ciola •
For several years, missionaries of the Schoenstatt Rosary Campaign have walked to their destinations and their work in the Diocese of Morón (in the area of Greater Buenos Aires), and they traveled through their neighborhoods, hospitals, retirement homes, homes for the blind taking the Mother and Queen for a visit.
This year they thought and then related, “It was fitting to visit our Bishop Luis Guillermo Eichhorn to tell him a little bit about our history and our work, that we have lovingly carried out without interruption. We were also disposed to listen to his advice and his proposals with the certainty that it will help us to continue to grow, and that it would orient us to take an unerring road to better develop our mission.”
At the service of the Church
A group of missionaries along with Fr. Guillermo Carmona, National Director of the Movement and Adviser of the Campaign at Argentina, were well received at the seat of the diocese by Bishop Eichhorn, in a warm and family like welcome, where each person was introduced by describing the community they represented. Then they gave him a detailed report about all the Campaign activities carried out in the diocese. They expressed their desires and projects, and they placed themselves at the service of the shepherd as a Marian and apostolic Movement working within the Church, from the Church, and for the Church with the Schoenstatt charism.
Missionary sending forth
“This meeting filled our hearts! We felt at home and welcomed by our Shepherd. We want to express our gratitude to Bishop Guillermo Eichhorn for all his support and encouragement to continue to work with the Pilgrim Mother,” they joyfully expressed.
Before leaving, the group received his blessing. Now the only thing left is to get to work and continue taking Mary, star of evangelization, out to the peripheries.
On the 21 November at 7:00 p.m., Bishop Eichhorn will hold the first missionary sending forth from this diocese at the Chapel of the Felisa D. de Miró Home for Visually Impaired People.
Original: Spanish. Translation: Celina M. Garza, San Antonio, TX USA – Edit: Melissa Peña-Janknegt, Elgin, TX USA