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Misiones Miramar
ARGENTINA, Juliana Bellone, via • A new edition of the Ver Sacrum Mission, organized by the university youth of Mar del Plata and Miramar, was held from August 19-21. With the motto “Sacred Springtime, creating a heaven on earth”, this year the mission had the participation of about thirty-five boys and girls who visited the community of the Aeroparque neighborhood in the city of Miramar for four days. They visited house by house to share the Word, take the Pilgrim MTA, and invite to workshops and activities for adultsRead More
Misiones Miramar
ARGENTINA, via • Bishop Mestre led the closing Mass of the Ver Sacrum mission in Miramar. The mission, which was carried out with the motto “Sacred Springtime, creating a heaven on earth”, was carried out by some 35 university youth of the Schoenstatt Youth from Mar del Plata. — The Diocesan Administrator of Mar del Plata and Archbishop-elect of La Plata, Gabriel Mestre, presided at the closing Mass of the Ver Sacrum Mission of the Schoenstatt Youth of Mar del Plata, in the parish of St. Andrew of Miramar.Read More
COSTA RICA, María Paula Alvarado • On Sunday, November 6th, twenty-four young university girls sealed their Covenant of Love in the Schoenstatt Shrine in San José. — This group prepared for eight workshops with their leaders, and the girls created attachments in their respective groups, in which joy and service to the Blessed Mother was reflected. Beyond being the leader of the university girls of San José/West, to have been part of this process as a leader was a great gift for me. The day I met all of themRead More
By Matías Rodríguez/University Students from Campanario – via • In the last century, Father Kentenich stood firm in saying that we were experiencing an epoch without fathers. The different crises we are experiencing today have a great relationship to this lack of paternity. Leadership, welcoming, responsibility for one’s own, and education in freedom and love are characteristics of a father which are no longer seen today with a simple glance into our families, institutions and symbols of authority. Now we can go beyond what was expressed by Father JosephRead More