consecration Tag

ITALY, Federico Bauml • This video was made by the Italian Boys’ Youth with the help of all the boys and girls of the parish of the Patron Saints of Italy. —   In this difficult time for our country and the whole world, we try to bring some courage and hope. Let us recite together the Consecration to Mary… and everything will be fine!   Andrà tutto bene – Everything will be fine.   Original: Italian 20.03.20 Translation by: Maria Aragón, Monterrey, Mexico   The covenant of love inRead More
PARAGUAY, Jose Arguello • Some days ago we received unpublished stories from Bishop Claudio Gimenez about the early days of the Schoenstatt Movement’s birth in Paraguay, and then Father Kentenich’s participation at this phase of development.  Likewise he told us how some of his personal and intimate encounters with the Founder had taken place, and even about the more intimate details about the day of his death… — “…In the context of the Father Kentenich Year, nobody is excused from praying, even if it is only a Hail Mary forRead More
COSTA RICA, Fr. José Luis Correa • On Sunday, November 12, the first members`circle of the Schoenstatt University Girls’ Youth from San José, Costa Rica, made their consecration in the Shrine ‘Family of Hope’, located in Santa Ana (Archdiocese of San Jose). The advisers of the Girls’ Youth from the capital of Costa Rica, Fr. José Luis Correa and Mrs. Rosa Lobo de Aymerich, presided. Sr. M. Amparao V., who is also an adviser of the Girls’ Branches of the Costa Rican Movement, sent her greeting from Bogotá (Colombia), whereRead More
CHILE, Fr. Egon M. Zillekens, Fr. Alejandro Blanco, Maria Fischer • “If I am attached to Schoenstatt, I identify with all that pertains to Schoenstatt, and all that comes forth from Schoenstatt,” Fr. Kentenich said near the end of 1933, at a conference on the “mystery of Schoenstatt.” A few days ago in Schoenstatt – concretely in the Federation of Schoenstatt Diocesan Priests in Chile – something very important has happened. And as an eloquent form of interaction, taken on the one hand by an open attitude, and on theRead More