covenant of love Tag

Today Fr Leonhard Erhard, retired parish priest and member of the Priests’ Federation, who is working at the Schoenstatt Centre in Memholz, Germany, will answer these questions. “As an end-of-range model with some mobility, who is just about able not to stand in the way of active life, I no longer fit completely into the optimistic Jubilee spirit of a new start. When they look back at the answers offered until now, people could arrive at the idea that a photo from Granny’s album has got lost.” That was howRead More
Today, Ana Mercedes de Gutiérrez de Nieuwenhuis answers: She is a Salvadorian coordinator of the Schoenstatt Rosary Campaign in El Salvador. She learned about the Rosary Campaign in Monterrey, Mexico, and she had the blessing of taking the Blessed Mother to visit homes there for almost ten years, now for fifteen years more. “Our Father and She have undeservedly granted me to try to make known the wonderful spirituality that our Father Kentenich has given us, like a bishop told us here in our country: “The Schoenstatt founder was aRead More
Today: León Muñoz and Inés Caviglia, from Montevideo, Uruguay answers: They have belonged to the Family Branch for 10 years. León is a cardiologist and Inés is a dentist. They have two daughters, who are 14 and 16 • Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the covenant of love…what is your dream for this Schoenstatt in who we are and where we find ourselves in the Church and in the world, and in our mission? We see a Schoenstatt that is more committed to the Church andRead More
Today Silvia Fretes Carmagnola answers: She is a 35 year-old Paraguayan business psychologist, Director of PULSO Consulting firm, and dedicated to the Organizational development. She joined the movement directly into the Professional Women in 2006 sealing her Covenant of Love in 2008. In addition she was assistant branch leader for two years and group leader in 2013, the group is presently named Instrumentos de Maria [Mary’s Instruments]. Her Home shrine was blessed in 2013 • Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the covenant of love…what isRead More
Today, Alfredo Cabrera answers: he has been married for 18 years to Claudia Ríos, and they have three children. Alfred is coordinator for Rosario de Hombres [Rosary for Men] in Paraguay and his wife is coordinator of the Pastoral for engaged couples in Tuparenda • Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the covenant of love…what is your dream for this Schoenstatt in who we are and where we find ourselves in the Church and in the world, and in our mission? We have learned much with Schoenstatt,Read More
Today, Diana and Alejandro Caballero, from Ypacarai, Paraguay, who are in charge of the Pastoral of the Shrine of Tupãrenda, answer • Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the Covenant of Love….what is your dream for this Schoenstatt in who we are and where we find ourselves in the church and in the world, and in our mission? We dream with a Schoenstatt Movement that continues to go out to encounter so many people, who need to be close to the Blessed Mother so that they canRead More
Hildegard Beckmann: answers today. She is 68 years old from Düsseldorf, and she belongs to the Institute of Our Lady of Schoenstatt, that is to say, she is the leader of the Schoenstatt Family in Cologne and Düsseldorf. She is active in different guilds of spiritual assistance, and she is committed to the accompaniment of people and different social commitments. Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the Covenant of Love…what is your dream for this Schoenstatt where we are and where we find ourselves in theRead More
Today Martín Pereira, from Asunción, Paraguay, a missionary of the Schoenstatt Rosary Campaign, Family Federation answered • What is your dream for this Schoenstatt in who we are and where we find ourselves in the church and in the world, and in our mission? I see a Movement that is closer to the people, a pilgrim movement that departs from the Shrine to the places of greatest need, I see a new life that begins among ourselves, with Schoenstatters, who are joyful and strengthened by the Covenant of Love with Mary,Read More
Juan Carlos Lombardi, La Plata, Argentina, Family Federation, permanent deacon, answers today • Six months into the pilgrimage through the second century of the Covenant of Love… what is your dream for today’s Schoenstatt in who we are and where we find ourselves in the Church, in the world, and in our mission? Loving the Church as it is, and by wholeheartedly trying to give what our father, Joseph Kentenich, taught us in how to live as a family, how we relate at work and in the world. In order toRead More
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by Sarah-Leah Pimentel God writes straight on crooked lines. This is our experience of life. Sometimes our perfect plans don’t quite work. Other times we feel that we are on the right path and circumstances turn everything upside down. The newly-born Schoenstatt Movement of 1914 could not ever have imagined the events that shaped the history of its first 100 years. God chose to write on these crooked lines Time and time again, it seemed that everything was acting against it. Joseph Engling, Max Brunner, Hans Wormer – some ofRead More