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Today, Sarah Jehle responds: She is 25 years old, a member of the Schoenstatt Girls’ Youth from Germany, and studying journalism • Almost a year 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, the world, and in our mission? That the Church and the world would recognize the potential that Schoenstatt offers, specifically everything related to the development of the personality. Father Kentenich’s pedagogy can make a difference inRead More
By Cristina White, Argentina, missionary of the Schoenstatt Rosary Campaign • The Synod on the Family convoked by the Holy Father will be held in Rome in October. We are aware of the great pressures and difficulties the Christian family is subjected to at the present time. As the Church, we count on the help of grace to find ways that will allow us to save it from so many attacks and so many worldly values to which it is subjected to. This is where the importance of praying forRead More
My name is Cristina White, and I am from Argentina. On 6 August, it will be 29 years since I first learned about the Campaign, and met Father Esteban J. Uriburu. On that day, he gave me the first two Pilgrim MTAs for Henderson, in the area of Buenos Aires, where I lived at that time, and that is when the exciting adventure of being the Blessed Mother’s instrument began, which was boosted when I sealed my Covenant of Love with her. Today I can affirm as João Pozzobon said,Read More
Today, Rafael Gualberto Ortiz Moreno, better known as Beto Ortiz, engineer, answers: I am a member of Course 12, Pilares del Santuario, [Pillars of the Shrine] of the Paraguayan Family Federation and first course in Ciudad del Este. Married to Magdalena (Lena) Barros Ortiz and father of Tatiana, Rafael and Guillermo • 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, in the world, and in our mission?Read More
Today Renate Immler, who lives at Durach near Kempten, in the Bavarian Allgau region, Germany, will answer our questions. Together with her husband, Christian, she is a member of the Schoenstatt Family Federation and a Family Trainer after completing a three-year course in Kentenich Pedagogy. They are the parents of six children, and have two foster children. They are also the supporters and motivating force behind the Josef Kentenich School in Leubas •   We are already six months into the second century of the covenant of love. What isRead More