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Columna P. Enrique Grez López
Fr. Enrique Grez • The Tornaviaje was the return trip to the mainland for the Spaniards who had made the voyage to the New World. The galleons brought not only gold and silver from America. Among the cargo was also a valuable culture that was emerging. — The Prado Museum’s fall 2021 exhibition is a cultural treat. It is a broad exhibition with more than 100 works from all over Latin America. Although there are works of a historical, civil or decorative nature, it is the genre of sacred artRead More
Dachau
GERMANY, Sister M. Elinor Grimm / Maria Fischer • “Dachau – the significance of this name cannot be erased from German history. It stands for all the concentration camps that the National Socialists built in their area of control,” said the publicist Eugen Kogon, who himself was imprisoned for several years in the Buchenwald concentration camp. Dachau cannot be erased from Schoenstatt’s history either, as Fr. Joseph Kentenich and several Schoenstatt priests were imprisoned there. Visits to the Dachau Memorial are hard and necessary in order not to idyllize orRead More
SALTT
INDIA, Fr. Bibin Parambi • SALTT – Schoenstatt Academy for Life Transmission & Transformation is an initiative of Schoenstatt Fathers to educate the youth and cultivate their talents in various fields of arts and music. It has been eight years since we started this institution and we are happy to inform you about the great years that we have had while building up the talents of our youth through various activities. SALTT thus aims to promote the need of arts in children and youth’s life through integral growth of personality.Read More
BELMONTE/PHILIPPINES from Fr Klaus Alender and Maria Fischer • As the Rector, Fr Daniel Lozano, reported in his last letter, the building of the DOMUS PATER KENTENICH in Belmonte, Rome, continues “slowly, but the work has started again; we are already close to completion, even though some things are still missing.” Among the things that are still missing are what each country can contribute for “their” room from their Schoenstatt and national culture. The house has 31 guest rooms. These rooms are named after the countries where there was aRead More