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10TH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR PRESENCE IN MYANMAR
10TH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR PRESENCE IN MYANMAR
10TH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR PRESENCE IN MYANMAR
  May 8, 2020 our community celebrated the 10th anniversary of our presence in Myanmar. Because of coronavirus restrictions we couldn’t celebrate with many people, but thanks God we were able to have a thanksgiving Mass presided by Fr. Fernando Munoz, OP who was also whom celebrated the first Mass in this house when we move to Magalulin neighbourhood. Three Korean benefactors accompanied us in this celebration and also, we had the rite of passing to Postulancy of aspirant Mary Oo. We give thanks to God who brough us to this Gold land to share our charism with the local Church and with our brothers and sisters in necessity. The seeds of consolation who starting to grow through the dedication of the first sisters who arrived here, sr. Maria Jose Crespo, sr. Hyanra Kim Cristina and sr. Eun Yeong Kim Anna have been changed into a growing tree which branches are full of life. These years have beard fruit and now we have six juniors as the same day three novices from Myanmar made the first profession, one novice, three postulants and eight aspirants. We want to share with you, trough a simple video the life of this ten years hoping you will continue praying for our Mission here.   
FIRST PROFESSION OF FIVE NOVICES IN ASIA´S DELEGATION
FIRST PROFESSION OF FIVE NOVICES IN ASIA´S DELEGATION
FIRST PROFESSION OF FIVE NOVICES IN ASIA´S DELEGATION
  The Lord is risen, it is the good news of Easter. This is a message of encouragement and consolation for all those who follow the footsteps of the living God. As today, May 08, 2020; the community of the Novitiate of Asia gathered to celebrate the mystery of Christ’s love that even in this difficult time, our Congregation is filled with joy and gratitude to God who calls, consecrates and sends our Sisters:Lucia, Margaret, Maria, Christina and Maria who want to confirm the commitment of their Baptism and to respond in front of the Christian community to the call of God in their lives to His work of salvation, “for the Glory of God and the good of our neighbors” in the Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation. We celebrate also the 43th year Anniversary of the beatification of St. Maria Rosa Molas, the profession of these new five daughters express eloquently that her spirit will continue living here and now.
BE NEAR THEM, GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO EAT
BE NEAR THEM, GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO EAT
BE NEAR THEM, GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO EAT
  “…the Lord sought closeness to the people, and tried to form that hearts of the pastors to be near the people of God in order to serve them. …Jesus answers, to put them to the test, “You give them something to eat” (see v. 13). And this is what Jesus says today to all pastors: “You give them something to eat”. “They are anguished? You give them consolation. They are lost? You give them a way out. They made mistakes? You give them help to solve the problems. You give them, you give them…”. And the poor apostle feels that he has to give, give, give… But from whom does he receive? Jesus teaches us: from the same One from whom Jesus receives. After this event, He bids farewell to the apostles and goes to pray: to the Father, to prayer.” (Homily of Pope Francis, 24 April 2020) In this time of coronavirus pandemic crisis there are many of our brothers and sisters who are suffering because a shortage of food. The confinement doesn’t allow them to work and in consequence they cannot afford food to take care of their families. The Philippines it is not an exception and the communities of Manila and Cebu have try to be close to the suffering of our brothers and sisters and even knowing that it is a very small sign we try to “give them something to eat”, our desire it is to feel their anguishes, their cry and share with them the consolation we received from God. Two communities of the Philippines shared with the families of the children who participate in Makopa project and Dreamland project a basket of food and some hygiene products. This is possible thankyou to benefactors and DELWENDE. The process of preparation of the goods, making shopping, asking to the manager of the supermarket for an especial permission to be allowed to by big quantities, putting the goods in the bags remembering the names and faces of our children whom we miss so much… this process put us in the path of the servant, learning from Jesus to give, give and give… because they, the poor are his favourites, because he call us to be near them. We hope this pandemic ends as soon as possible and we can all work together to build a better world for all.    
SILVER JUBILEE IN THE DELEGATION OF ASIA
SILVER JUBILEE IN THE DELEGATION OF ASIA
SILVER JUBILEE IN THE DELEGATION OF ASIA
On April 25th our Delegation had a significative celebration in Korea. For the first time we celebrated the Silver Jubilee of our Sisters Young Sim Kim Angela, Hyekyung Park Filomena, Suyeon Min Agnes, Youngnam Kim Genoveva and Misuk Kim Rosa. As the first event of this importance, all sisters of the Delegation accompanied the five sisters we our prayer via WhatsApp the last five days before the date of the commemoration day sharing five cards inviting to pray, one for each of the sisters. Also, we continued praying 23 and 24th while the sisters were in retreat preparing for the celebration held on 25th at Seongbukdong community. The first idea was to have a celebration with the Family Consolation and other benefactors and friends, but because of coronavirus pandemic this was not possible. So instead and considering that in Korea already it is ok to have Mass at home in groups not very crowded, our sisters had the thanksgiving Eucharist with Fr. Jose Maria Beitia, OFM whom since the beginning has been accompanying our sisters in their vocational process. The celebration was a simple but meaningful one, in which we remembered especially the sisters and the persons who have been supporting us with her teachings, encouragement, support and affectionate love. Thank you to all sisters that accompanying us with their prayers and messages, we would like to thanks especially sister Rosario Cobo who was at that moment the General Superior, and sister Matilde Segui and sister Josefina Cornelles who surely from heaven had been rejoicing with us. Thank you to sister Antonia Munuera and all the General Government, sister Emilia Sebastiá former General Superior and the government of our Delegation, especially to our Delegate sister Bok Rye Shin Clara who continues accompanying us here in Korea. In the fidelity of our Lord Jesus Christ we entrust our own faithfulness wanting to extend forever.
SHARING THE MASKS TO OUR NEIGHBORS
SHARING THE MASKS TO OUR NEIGHBORS
SHARING THE MASKS TO OUR NEIGHBORS
On April 20, we went to share the masks to the sellers and the people who don’t have mask in the common market; we call it Da Nyin Gone market. It is not so far from our community. At the present time we are facing with Epidemic Coronavirus (COVID -19).   This is unforgettable and sadness news in our society. We are in fear; worries in our present moment.  Our brothers and sisters who are near us and far from us are suffering in different ways and dying affected by the Coronavirus.  This atmosphere struck our heart to do something for our brothers and sisters. As community, we though what can we do? Nowadays the urgency is that everybody needs mask to protect and take care of themselves from the dangers of the virus. It is very easy to spread, if we don’t take care well.  In some places, we could not buy the masks and they are expensive also. As community, we decided to sew masks and to share it to our neighbors. After sewing the masks and we put it in a small plastic wrapper. When wed shared it to our neighbor, they took joyfully and saying us “thank you” and continuously they say that “now we need to put the mask to enter the market and also at the entrance of the road in their respective streets. We respect and value the life of our brothers and sisters that God have given to us as a precious gift. Every day we accompany with our prayers in their sufferings and pain. We shared our love and mission to our brothers and sisters through the simple gesture of making and sharing of the masks.  With prayers,                                                                             Yangon community
PRAYER IN COMMUNION WITH ALL THE RELIGIOUS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
PRAYER IN COMMUNION WITH ALL THE RELIGIOUS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
PRAYER IN COMMUNION WITH ALL THE RELIGIOUS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
Our communities of Delegation of Asia joined last Sunday to the invitation of the conference of Major Superiors in Rome, UISG to have a 24-hour praying for the healing and solution of the coronavirus pandemic. We presented to the Lord in the Blessing Sacrament all the people who are suffering because of this situation, people with died and their families, health workers, policemen, workers of different social services, and all that in one or another way are contributing to endure more comfortably this time of crisis. We are sure that the Lord, God Almighty, Father of all mercy and consolation will hear the pleading of his children and with this faith and hope, we continue praying for the soon healing and relief of this pandemic and today will joined our voice to the prayer of the whole Church reciting Our Father together. Following the suggestion of Pope Francis, we will invoke our Father during the day and at noon we will rise up our prayer as a unique voice with all Christians. Our Father who art in Heaven hallowed be Thy name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.
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