Monthly Archives: March 2019
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
After the lively and fruitful experience of the Synod devoted to young people last October, we recently celebrated the Thirty-fourth World Youth Day in Panama City. Continue reading
Pope Francis’ Lenten message has encouraged us to reflect more deeply on how we care for our Common Home with his theme “For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God.” In this February Newsbrief we feature many challenges related to our Care of the Poor and our Care of the Earth. Our UISG campaign “Sowing Hope for the Planet” has a new and engaging website, a space for sharing experiences. Continue reading
That’s the theme for this year’s World Day of Migrants and Refugees, to be celebrated on Sunday, 29 September 2019.
The theme was announced on Sunday by the Migrants and Refugees Section of the Vatican Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development. Continue reading
UISG – Rome Conference: “Woman as Promoter of Hope”, organized on Occasion of International Women’s Day
This was stressed by British Ambassador to the Holy See, Sally Axworthy, at the conference titled “Donna come promotrice di speranza” (‘Woman as Promoter of Hope’), Continue reading
The ecological crisis that we live in today, deeply marked by climate change, makes us aware and seek concrete ways from our lifestyle to deal with this situation. In the Plenary Council of the Order (PCO), held last year, it was evident that this problem has global scope. At the same time, it valued the proposal and lines of action of the Encyclical, Laudato si’ for the care of the Common Home.
Marist Brothers: General Council meets with directors of secretariats and departments of the General Administration
During the traditional Plenary Session of the General Council, the collaborative week of the Government of the Institute with the directors of the secretariats and departments of the General House also took place. The main objective of the week was to conclude the General Administration’s Strategic Plan for animation, leadership, and government. Continue reading
In this issue, the members of the CRC’s Theological Commission chose to focus their articles on “embracing fragilities and limits we are experiencing in our congregations and church today, and the possibilities for new life when faced with these challenges.” Lorraine d’Entremont, Continue reading
The Catholic sisters who took part in Pope Francis’ summit on clergy sexual abuse say they hope the presence of a dozen women at the gathering sets a standard for a growing presence of women at Vatican meetings of bishops. Continue reading