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P. Juan Pablo Catoggio en Costa Rica
COSTA RICA, Fr. José Luis Correa Lira, Lourdes Rosabal • “I think he went back to Germany, very happy for all the life he experienced here”, commented Fr. José Luis Correa about the recent visit of Fr. Juan Pablo Catoggio, Superior General of the Institute of the Schoenstatt Fathers, to Costa Rica, where he was with a full schedule between January 8 and 12, 2022. — Father Juan Pablo presided at several Eucharists in the Shrine: the same day of his arrival in San Jose, dazzling by the quality ofRead More
sacerdotes diocesanos Costa Rica
COSTA RICA, Fr. José Luis Correa • On Friday, September 27th, there was a special con-celebration at the Shrine in San José, the “Family of Hope” Shrine, Costa Rica. —             Fr. Reyner Castro, National Secretary for Missionary Childhood in Costa Rica, Fr. Manuel Peña and Fr. Luis Herrera, along with Fathers José Luis Correa and Guillermo Múzquiz. The three priests are already attached to Schoenstatt, and they frequently visit the Shrine.   Original: Spanish. 29. September 2019. Translation: Melissa Peña-Janknegt, USARead More
COSTA RICA, Father José Luis Correa • Wednesday, March 13.  Diocesan priests connected to Schoenstatt celebrated an encounter in the San Jose, Costa Rica Shrine.— Father Reyner Castro, Father Manuel Peña, and Father Luis Herrera participated. The encounter began with a meeting, followed by a Eucharistic celebration.  Afterwards there was a lunch joined by Father Patricio Moore, Vice Provincial of the Pentecost province, who was visiting Costa Rica during that time. Original: Spanish, 17 March. Translation: Ann Bronk, Wisconsin, United States. Edited: Melissa Peña-Janknegt, Elgin, TX USA  Read More
PARAGUAY, Marcos Bogado • On Sunday, 3 December 2017 there was a historic event in the Shrine of Tupãrenda, the first covenant of love of diocesan seminarians in Paraguay. Marcos Bogado had participated in the Catholic University Missions, and then in the Boys’ Youth. This year he entered the Seminary for the Archdiocese of Asunción, and there the Blessed Mother used him to touch many hearts…   This process developed at the beginning of the year in the “San José” National Major Seminary, with headquarters in Caacupé, when the BlessedRead More
PARAGUAY, Fr. José Luis Correa and editorial team• A group of seminarians from Paraguay has begun their road to the Covenant of Love. It is a big step for them, but also for this country’s Schoenstatt Movement, where there are still no communities of diocesan priests. According to Fr. Kentenich, they play a very important role in the development of the Movement, since they are a bridge and attachment between the Movement and the bishops, and their presence in the parish is of key importance for spreading Schoenstatt, and itsRead More
GERMANY/ ROME BELMONTE, Maria Fischer • “But that’s the same plaque we have in our shrine”, Fr Rolando Gibert Montes de Oca Valero, a member of the Priests’ Federation in Cuba and at present studying communication science in Rome, remarked at the end of the first meeting of the Pastoral Commission of Belmonte when the members of the Commission entered the newly completed chapel in the Casa dell’Alleanza. “In our shrine?” one of his Brazilian confreres asked him. “It is in our shrine on Mount Moriah in Schoenstatt.” “We haveRead More
BURUNDI, Hermès Ntabiriho • In 1989, two Burundian deacons were received as candidates to the Schoenstatt Institute of Diocesan Priests. A year later, deacons Denis Ndikumana and Adelin Gacukuzi were ordained as priests by Pope John Paul II during his historic visit to Burundi. On Friday, 4 December 2015, the many priests belonging to this Schoenstatt Institute, together with their General Rector, Fr. Peter Wolff, officially celebrated the founding of their region and the launch of their activities. The event took place during the Mass in the Mont Sion GikunguRead More