wayside shrine Tag

PARAGUAY, Laura Andrea Barrios • At the suggestion of Fr. Antonio Cosp, who at that time was the Spiritual advisor of Schoenstatt in Encarnación, to Sebastián Martín, affectionately known as “Papito”, on 4 December 2012, a few men, who were invited by him during the weekly meetings at the Casita de la Mater, began to pray the rosary. — When my husband Enrique González, with whom I belong to the Ministry of Hope (Schoenstatt Groups of Divorced and Remarried Couples) since 2013, found out about the group, he approached itRead More
Perú, Ernesto Morón García • The Blessed Mother’s wayside shrine in Parque Santo Tomás, in the San Borja district of Lima (Peru) recently celebrated its tenth anniversary with the presence of the National Adviser, Fr. Juan Pablo Rovegno, and pilgrims from San Borja, the district where the Schoenstatt Movement arrived in Peru from Ecuador in 1972, through Mr. and Mrs. Chang. Its location is unique; it is on Limatambo, a Dominican monastic estate, a holy place where St. Rose of Lima, St. Martin de Porres, and St. John Masías walkedRead More

Posted On 13.08.2018In Missions

Like the stars in the sky

MÉXICO, Brenda López Garza • It began with a yes. And before that, with a call. She called us because she wanted to work with our virtues, but also with our defects. She chose each one to complement the other and to be her hands for the project that she had in mind this year: to stay in a small community in Arramberri, Nuevo León, called “La Chona.”— Two years and the work of many people helping prepared the road; hearts that were joyful, but also expectant. We knew theRead More
COLOMBIA, Consuelo Iturrieta • Our Blessed Mother walked through the streets of Bogotá in Colombia! And at 2,700 meters above sea level Colombians followed her to reach heaven! The first Mother Thrice Admirable of Schoenstatt wayside shrine was blessed in Bogotá on the eve of the presidential elections, during a crucial time in the peace process. — Schoenstatt has burst forth in the Colombian capital, and the Blessed Mother has arrived to stay. Led by the Girls’ Youth, the Schoenstatt Family gathered and built the first wayside shrine for theRead More
ARGENTINA, Diana Cristina Masini, vía www.schoenstatt.org.ar • A new wayside shrine of our Schoenstatt Mother and Queen was inaugurated in Allen, Río Negro. How did it become a reality? • Eugenia San Martín established herself in Allen with her family, and she participates in the Santa Catalina parish community. She received a picture of Our Lady of Schoenstatt in one of the many activities that the community organizes. She and her husband, Fernando Cammarota, participate in family catechesis, and she had the desire to leave a picture of Mary with thisRead More
FRANCE, François-Xavier and France de Marolles • There is now a Schoenstatt Mother Thrice Admirable wayside shrine in the Castille Seminary’s St. John Paul II space in the Diocese of Toulon (France), in the department of Var. France situated 190 km from Italian border; it is the first Schoenstatt Wayside Shrine in southern France.  — A wayside shrine born from a father’s sorrow This beautiful wayside shrine was built with stones from the Provence region; it is project conceived by the artisan, Benoit Mark, who offered to do the workRead More
ARGENTINA, Francisco Verdaguer • It is with great joy that I announce a new wayside shrine dedicated to our Blessed Mother in the El Algarrobal neighborhood of Mendoza. During the last three years, we have the developed the Vía Iesum University Missions of the Schoenstatt Youth from Mendoza in that area. — The Vía Iesum Missions, which means Jesus’ Way, began in the year 2012 and they were carried out during Holy Week, with the slogan of sharing a different Holy Week, accompanying Jesus and Mary during the saddest days,Read More

Posted On 06.03.2018In Campaign

A marathon in Goya

ARGENTINA, with material from Inés Petiti and powernoticias.com • It was a two-week, non-stop marathon through Goya, from institution to institution, an avalanche of photos, comments, and emotions: this is what the Auxiliary Pilgrim Mother of Corrientes’ visit at the beginning of February was like. — The Bishop of Goya, Adolfo Canecin, encouraged the faithful of the diocese to follow Our Lady of Schoenstatt “with devotion.” He asked that this Marian mission “give us the same experience that St. Elizabeth had when the Most Holy Virgin visited her.” The Auxiliary PilgrimRead More
EL SALVADOR, Isidro and Patricia Perera • Less than two months from the first anniversary celebration of our Family of Hope Shrine in Costa Rica, the first and only one in Central America, Fr. José Luis Correa, adviser to the Schoenstatt Movement in our region, visited San Salvador to meet with what could be considered Schoenstatt’s founding family in that country. Isidro and Patricia Perera and José Alejandro and Anelena Hueda de Martínez, accompanied him; the latter are speakers for groups of young professionals and talks for engaged couples. TheyRead More
CRUZADA DE MARÍA, José Argüello and Maria Fischer The media and members of schoenstatt.org editorial team’s prayers along with many more all over the world have accompanied them. Participants of a spiritual retreat in Lisbon, Portugal, prayed for them during the Mass, the Schoenstatt Family from Tucumán, Argentina, is praying, especially for six members of the Boys’ Youth from Tucumán who are a part of Cruzada de Maria. On the walk through the Andes Mountain Range, on Sunday, 28 January, they arrived at Christ the Redeemer Monument of Peace erectedRead More