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WELCOMING TO THE FIRST APOSTOLIC NUNCIO OF THE HOLY SEE TO MYANMAR
WELCOMING TO THE FIRST APOSTOLIC NUNCIO OF THE HOLY SEE TO MYANMAR
WELCOMING TO THE FIRST APOSTOLIC NUNCIO OF THE HOLY SEE TO MYANMAR
Yesterday in Saint Mary’s Cathedral Charles Bo, Cardinal of Yangon Diocese concelebrated the Holy Eucharist with all the Bishops of different Diocese of Myanmar and many of the priest of Myanmar to welcome to Archbishop, Paul Tschang In-Nam, also Nuncio of the Holy See to Thailand, as the first Nuncio of the Holy See to Myanmar. Last June the Government of Myanmar announced that it would be start an official relationship with the Holy See and recognized officially Archbishop Paul Tschang In-Nam as Nuncio to Myanmar. The Cardinal of Seoul accompanied this celebration which was a big feast for the faithful of Myanmar Church especially in these days that is going on the preparation to welcome also to Holy Father, Pope Francis on November. Our community joined in this feast and wants to share with all of you the joy of this event and ask for prayers so the work of Archbishop Paul Tschang In-Nam as Nuncio can be an encouragement for the flowering of the Church in Myanmar and for the successful trip of our Holy Father to our country.
Intensive English Course
Intensive English Course
Intensive English Course
Our Community of Cebu accepted the propose of Project Bernabe to welcome two volunteers to collaborate in our project of Dreamland. We accepted with great hope and organized the event in the best possible way. Two volunteers, Irene Coll Carreras, English teacher in the School of Ciudadela and Larua Lopez Pitach, English teacher in Burriana’s Scholl arrived our community in Cebu on July 5th. Two of them excellent teachers and very good people.  Both adapted quickly to our weather, food, atmosphere… with joy and didn’t made problem of anything. They were available to the maximum. On July 6th, they started their work. In the morning, they work with Pre-school children and in the afternoon started an intensive English course for children’s mothers. Irene and Laura spared not effort and put their creativity to the service of children and their mothers with success. Mothers come with the aim of improving their level of English. The attendance to classes depended on the family circumstances of each one but until the end there was a faithful number of students who received their Diploma of attendance on 25th and the same day we have a final party where everybody expressed their satisfaction for what was accomplished. The effort of all was worth it. Thank you to Volunteering Consolation for this gift. Thank you to Irene and Laura for their testimony of vitality and selfless commitment. You’re invited for next year!
DIRECTORS OF VOCATIONS IN THE PHILIPPPINES: Enthusiasm in the vocation journey.
DIRECTORS OF VOCATIONS IN THE PHILIPPPINES: Enthusiasm in the vocation journey.
DIRECTORS OF VOCATIONS IN THE PHILIPPPINES: Enthusiasm in the vocation journey.
The National Office of the Directors of Vocations in the Philippines organized a DVP Formation Course for vocation ministers throughout the Philippines. It is a five days seminar from July 17 to 21, 2017 in Sta. Catalina Spirituality Center in Baguio City, were sixty two vocation directors and promoters various dioceses and religious Congregations including Sr. Eunjoo Lee (Agnes) and Sr. Jennylyn Magtaka (Jenny) joined the seminar. The seminar theme focuses on the Basic orientation and Spirituality of Vocation Ministers in the Vocation journey.   Numerous activities like talks, prayers (adoration), masses, workshops, sharing of vocation stories and fellowship night was done for the five days. The first day of seminar talked about the Basic Orientation and Spirituality of the vocation ministers facilitated by Fr. Noel Sian Montes from the Diocese of Iba.  The module content was to define the spirituality of those involved in the vocation ministry through biblical, theological, and pastoral underpinnings of the vocation animation work as seen in the Church teachings and its pastoral life. The second day was given by Fr. Joel Francis Victorino from the Diocese of Antipolo talked about the specific role of the vocation ministers (their profile and dynamics) and how they can contribute to the pastoral work for priestly and religious vocations in the Philippine context. The last day was facilitated by Fr. Alfredo Manlangit, Jr., Sch.P, who described the practical aspect of vocation animation work and provides skills and techniques through workshop and discussions that could be help for vocation ministry programs and activities. All the participants was given the chance also to make a module for a one day to whole year program for young people that will be used for the future purposes.
CARING LIFE WITH LOVE: PROTECTION OF MINORS AND VULNERABLE OTHERS
CARING LIFE WITH LOVE: PROTECTION OF MINORS AND VULNERABLE OTHERS
CARING LIFE WITH LOVE: PROTECTION OF MINORS AND VULNERABLE OTHERS
Sr. Maria Jose Crespo and sr. Ni Lar Shwe Esther participated from 13th July to 15th July in St. Joseph's Major Seminary in Yangon the first Seminar of study on child and vulnerable others abuses protection. The Bishops of fourth Dioceses and 150 priest and religious from different dioceses of Myanmar attended the Seminar.The Seminar was conducted by Fr Hans Zollner, SJ, president of the CCP (Centre for Child Protection), head of the Institute of Psychology (PUG) Pontifical Gregorian University. The Seminar was focus in: Child sexual abuse within the Church-strengthening our Institutional Response. Child sexual abuse what do we need to know? Victims Perpetrators Human Formation and safeguarding The last day of the Seminar we have a time to reflect about the input of the first two days and to search together for a prevention program that can be implant in Myanmar’s Church to protect child and vulnerable others. We close the Seminar with the celebration of Eucharist in the Chapel of St. Joseph Seminary in which Fr. Hans Zollner gave thanks to all participants for the interest and encourage to create a trusty Church that starts from investing well in a good formation of all candidates to priesthood and religious life.
FLORECE EL SURESTE ASIÁTICO
FLORECE EL SURESTE ASIÁTICO
FLORECE EL SURESTE ASIÁTICO
La vida es la mejor maestra. Nos enseña que la gratitud debe ser una actitud esencial en nuestro vivir. Gratitud por nacer, por experimentar los primeros pasos y balbuceos; gratitud por el crecimiento en todos los sentidos, por los años que vamos sumando. Nuestra presencia en Asia empezó un 13 de Mayo de 1986 en el primer país que acogía el carisma de consolación: Corea. Con el tiempo nos hemos ido extendiendo en el sureste asiático y ayer, 17 de Junio de 2017, tuvimos la primera profesión de nuestras hermanas: Jenylyn, Bernardette, Lan y Esther. Gratitud inmensa al Señor por hacer florecer este sureste asiático en nuevos vocaciones, frutos de consolación para la Iglesia y el mundo. Gratitud a nuestra Congregación: casa y regazo de todas las Hijas de Sta. Mª Rosa Molas a lo largo del ancho mundo. Gratitud a nuestra Superiora General M. Emilia Sebastiá que ha acompañado siempre nuestro caminar y nos bendijo con su presencia en esta día de fiesta. Gratitud a las familias de las Hermanas por entregarnos a sus hijas para seguir tejiendo esta historia de Consolación, a nuestro Obispo Monseñor Antonio Tobías, sacerdotes, religiosos y religiosas, amigos todos. Queridas Hermanas ayer, de modo especial, nos hicisteis llegar vuestra cercanía y nuestro ser familia de muchos modos: llamadas, WhatsApp, email, cartitas, regalos para las nuevas profesas y sobretodo la fuerza de vuestra oración. Desde esta página nuestro más sincero gracias.
ENCUENTRO DE SUPERIORAS DE LA DELEGACIÓN DE ASIA
ENCUENTRO DE SUPERIORAS DE LA DELEGACIÓN DE ASIA
ENCUENTRO DE SUPERIORAS DE LA DELEGACIÓN DE ASIA
Los días 14 y 15 de junio se ha tenido en Quezon City, Manila un encuentro de superioras locales de la Delegación de Asia. Las superioras locales han compartido sobre el compromiso del liderazgo espiritual y la importancia de la comunicación en la construcción de comunidades carismáticas y vivas. Al término del encuentro asistieron con gozo a la primera profesión de las primeras hermanas de los países surasiáticos. 
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