Mothers’ Branch Tag

PARAGUAY, Soledad León • Our story begins during 2016 when Schoenstatt’s Mothers’ Branch from Asunción carried out their usual convocation to form new groups.  Twelve women attended that meeting, guided by a profound devotion that they felt for Mary, without imagining what the Blessed Mother had prepared for their lives: feeding the hungry. — Laura González, Diana Arzamendia, Paola Morga, Mirian Larrea, Celeste Bonin, Paola Bieber, Karina Cuellar, Soledad León, Adriana Manzoni, Batania Buzo, Esther Ascurra, and Paola Noguera came from different places, diverse professions, and their own special andRead More
EL SALVADOR, Silvia Nasser • During his recent trip to El Salvador for strengthening and founding, Fr. José Luis Correa (a Chilean Schoenstatt Father, adviser to the Costa Rican Schoenstatt Movement, who accompanies Schoenstatt families from Central America) met with Fr. Jorge Soto, the pastor of a rural area of El Salvador on Coatepeque Lake, 50 kilometers from San Salvador, the capital. This priest is very open to Schoenstatt, and he supports all the initiatives. The Mothers’ Branch from El Salvador work there with the area’s children through a projectRead More
USA, by Laura Schuckenbrock, Mothers’ Branch leader at St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish • One morning in March after daily mass and rosary, I was sitting with Blessed Mother in her little Wayside shrine of the Annunciation at St Gabriel’s. I looked at her and said: “Blessed Mother, we love you so much and this little garden does not reflect all the love we have for you here at St. Gabriel’s.” What would you like dear Mother? Inspire me, and I will do it. Dear Father and Founder, you wereRead More