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CELEBRATION OF (CONSOLACION PARA EL MUNDO) MCM DAY IN MANILA
CELEBRATION OF (CONSOLACION PARA EL MUNDO) MCM DAY IN MANILA
CELEBRATION OF (CONSOLACION PARA EL MUNDO) MCM DAY IN MANILA
The awaited day has come: February 1-2, of the present year was a different celebration of the Movimiento Consolacion para el Mundo of Philippines. At 7:00pm of February 1, twenty-four (24) members of COM had a special overnight activity. Whereas they had the chance to pray, to have some fun with the games, to get to know each other and to deepen more their commitment and sense of belonging in the movement. The sessions and activity lasted until 2:00 am of Sunday in the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord with a Eucharistic Celebration by Fr. Peter from Radio Veritas Asia. The celebration was just simple and very meaningful for all who have the chance to attend it. Present in the Eucharistic Celebration were our small children or what called Little friends of Jesus, MIC, COM and some parents of our scholars. One member of the COM also received the Sacrament of the First Holy Eucharist. Almost 70 children and youth did their promise that they will be a good example of bringing the Consolation of God through the people that they meet every day and with their own life.
ONE STEP OF THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF CONSOLATION CHARISM IN KOREA……
ONE STEP OF THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF CONSOLATION CHARISM IN KOREA……
ONE STEP OF THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF CONSOLATION CHARISM IN KOREA……
On January 16th the two social centers of Korea, Wooridul Suimjari and Aula Maria Rosa had a meeting with the workers of two centers. Taking advantage of the stay of the government of Delegation in Korea we meet together at Wooridul Suimjari to share on how we feel the consolation in our work. A simple and fraternal meeting that will be the start point of the formation program for the workers of our centers. The directors of both centers, sr. Park Hyekyung, Filomena and sr. Min Suyeon, Agnes will work as a team to carry out this training program with the aim of involving our workers more in the experience of our charism, following the lines of the seminar on the social dimension of our charism in the last seminar on this subject in Brazil. Agnes Min
Those who are hunger for consolation
Those who are hunger for consolation
Those who are hunger for consolation
In January 6, 2020 in the evening, the four sisters and one postulant went to meet and visit to the poor who are just living under ground shed and other people’s land without the permission of the owner. In Myanmar, we call this place Kyuekyaw place.              The place where we went is near our community and we can walk to go there. There are more than 500 families in this area. The people who live here are from different locals’ regions who come to work in Yangon. Most of them are picking up plastic and other things in garbage to survive. They are just living and sleeping on the ground and sewers. The children are playing in garbage and looking some things to sell, they don´t have opportunity of education and some of children go out to work and to get small money for family. There are also many widows with many kids, homeless elderly and sick people. The houses are surrounded by the garbage and unclean water. And they don’t have enough water and electricity.                          Last Christmas, our community received free tickets for fried chicken from Korea Catholic community in Myanmar. So, we decided to go this area to share fried chicken for 20 families who are the neediest among them. There is one family whom the sisters knew so they helped us to show the houses and introduced us with them. We went to the houses and talked and shared each other and distributed the fried chicken. They felt shy but they welcomed us warmly and shared with us about their situation. We felt and saw the happiness on their faces and eyes when we showed our Consolation love through our simple attitudes.              From this short encounter with them, we made the way how to give and show the Consolation and Mercy to the most disadvantaged. Then, each of us came back with different emotions because their faces and their difficulties are with us. The Spirit of God leads us to there to plant the seed consolation among them and, also the word of prophet Isaiah is echoing in the ear of our heart, “Console, console my people” said your God. Those people are really hunger of Consolation from us.
Living the spirit of sharing
Living the spirit of sharing
Living the spirit of sharing
Few days ago, in our community of Cebu we held a “Ucay, ucay”, one type of bazar typical in the Philippines. We open the doors of our house and invite people to come and by clothes at a low price. With this event we wanted to collaborate in the “consolation Missions” hoping we can do our bit adding our small effort for the theme of this year consolation’s mission. Many people of our neighbourhood came and contributed with their purchases and we were happy because like the offering of the widow of the Gospel, we obtained a small amount that for us will become an important contribution rather that for the simple amount of money more because was gained with the small effort of really humble people. After two days of “Ucay, ucay” still many clothe and other items were left over and we though that in the spirit of Christmas we were called to share all with the most needy, so we asked one of our teachers to call the people living in the hills, those who even at a low price couldn’t afford any items. Then two days ago, we opened again our doors and welcomed this time many more people who went back home with something to celebrate Christmas joyfully. Yesterday we continued our sharing with some of our neighbours distributing to them rice, noodles and fish cans. Today we have prepared also some items to share with the groups of children who will come to sing carols in front of our nativity. We are happy of sharing what we have and we are sure that sharing it is a good mean of spreading the good news of Christmas. May the little Jesus penetrate our heart and share with us his spirit of wisdom, understanding; his spirit of counsel and strength; his spirit of justice and love. We wish you a merry Christmas and happy New Year.
ON MISSION IN THE WORLD IN COMMUNION WITH THE CHURCH
ON MISSION IN THE WORLD IN COMMUNION WITH THE CHURCH
ON MISSION IN THE WORLD IN COMMUNION WITH THE CHURCH
“In recognizing our Charism, the Church associates us to Her evangelizing Mission in the world, thus committing the whole Institute in the task of personifying in our lives, witnessing and proclaiming the message of the mercy and consolation of God revealed in Jesus Christ” (Cf. Const. n.53)   Last year after the Assembly of the Delegation we pour the new wine of new wineskins for going out willingly to respond to the call of God with new presences to share the experience of consolation with the most disadvantaged and the youth. So, two sisters, sr. Inmaculada Virseda and sr. Sidonie Dembele accompanied by sr. Aranzazu Palau, general secretary were sent to Indonesia to spread the Charism and to announce the joy of God’s consolation. Last Sunday, the two sisters after being studying the language for almost one year, took again their baggage and went forward to Ende, the capital of Flores’s island where will start a pastoral work to definitively stablish an apostolic community. How wonderful frame this extraordinary month of missions to continue expanding our tent, knowing as Pope Francis said in his message for the world mission’s day that “Our filial relationship with God is not something simply private, but always in relation to the Church. Through our communion with God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, we, together with so many of our other brothers and sisters, are born to new life. This divine life is not a product for sale – we do not practise proselytism – but a treasure to be given, communicated and proclaimed: that is the meaning of mission. We received this gift freely and we share it freely” (cf. Mt 10:8) (message for world mission’s day 2019) We appreciate and give thanks to Monsg. Vincentius Sensi Potokota, Archbishop of diocese of Ende who has welcomed with generosity the sisters helping them to get the visa and have offered the parish of St. Peter as field of work for them. We appreciate likewise the help of the sisters of charity of our Lady of Mercy where our two sisters had been residing this last time in Jogjakarta. And also thankyou to the sisters of Sacred Family who welcome our sisters in Ende and will provide the place to stay in the first period. Let us pray for our sisters and entrust this new step of our Delegation in the process of being new wineskins to bring the joy of the consolation of God, to the help of our Mother Virgin of Consolation the first disciple and missionary.  
LIVING ROSARY
LIVING ROSARY
LIVING ROSARY
This year Living Rosary in NCBA (National College of Business and Arts) is in line with the extraordinary missionary month. It was held last October 8, 2019 in the campus quadrangle. Fifty nine (59) students represents each beads of the rosary with a special intentions for the 5 continents of the world. Teachers, staffs and students from Basic Education joined us in praying the rosary. We started in the lightning of the candle for each continent and followed by the proper rosary. Each students assigned in the living rosary lead the prayer and formed the big rosary. At the end praying the rosary, we invited all to dance the song for mother of the holy rosary. There were also offering of flowers; small children line up to give the flowers to Mary our mother. And after, we distributed 460 rosaries for the students and teachers. It was indeed a good experience seeing the students praying the rosary and lifting up their prayers to Mary. All were invited also to be the hands and feet of the mission of the Church in their own life. X This year  Living Rosary in NCBA (National College of Business and Arts) is in line with the extraordinary missionary month. It was held last October 8, 2019 in the campus quadrangle. Fifty nine (59) students represents each beads of the rosary with a special intentions for the 5 continents of the world. Teachers, staffs and students from Basic Education joined us in praying the rosary. We started in the lightning of the candle for each continent and followed by the proper rosary. Each students assigned in the living rosary lead the prayer and formed the big rosary. At the end praying the rosary, we invited all to dance the song for mother of the holy rosary. There were also offering of flowers; small children line up to give the flowers to Mary our mother. And after, we distributed 460 rosaries for the students and teachers. It was indeed a good  experience seeing the students praying the rosary and lifting up their prayers to Mary. All were invited also to be the hands and feet of the mission of the Church in their own life.
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