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Rita Gódány
HUNGARY, Orsolya Török Endrédy / Maria Fischer • Today, Covenant Day, June 18, a remembrance of Rita Godany, founder of the Hungarian Schoenstatt Family along with her husband Robert and Father Tilmann Beller, appeared in the Catholic News Portal of Hungary, written by Orsolya Török Endrédy from the Schoenstatt Family Movement. Rita passed away on Sunday, June 6, four years after her husband Róbert. This couple was the dream of Schoenstatt in Hungary personified. — Rita Gódány, maiden name Rita Gregorich, was born on February 13, 1946 in Horvátzsidány. HerRead More
AUSTRALIA, Sr. Julie Brcar with Melissa Janknegt • “It was a miracle everyone was fed!” Sr. Julie Brcar remarked happily, following a day of celebrations at the Schoenstatt Shrine in Mulgoa on 16 July, marking 75 years since the founding of the Schoenstatt Family Movement. A combined celebration uniting families from other continents including Lamar, Texas, USA, Santa Maria, Atibaia, Londrina, and other locations in Brazil, and from the least likely place on earth — a place of death, hunger, violence, and atrocities— the site of the former Dachau concentrationRead More

Posted On 27.10.2015In Schoenstatters

Challenged

The birth of their first child 42 years ago changed the entire life of Mr & Mrs V, who are members of the Schoenstatt Family Movement in Germany, and it took a completely different route what they had hoped for. Their son Martin was born with a malformation of the spine and suffers a form of mental disability. His father has written about their everyday life as a family, which until today has repeatedly demanded decisions and tested their trust in God • Why us? There are events in ourRead More