Claretian Missionary Sisters - Misioneras Claretianas

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¡Entrad en nuestro nuevo portal!
Estamos felices de poder abrir la puerta y ofrecer un encuentro de FAMILIA.

Enter into our new site! We are very happy to open our "home" and offer a moment of encounter of our FAMILY.

New mission in Nigeria

The month of August is full of Congregational memories and anniversaries. Today we commemorize the Marthyrdom of Barbastro claretian community, recalling their sacrifice and faithfulness to Christ.

We too share the good news on the mission in Aondona - central Nigeria.

 

12th of August is a historic date for our mission in Nigeria. The sisters Aimee Bwala Bwala and Felicia Kwaghvihi came to the house of the new community in Aondona - Benue state (Diocese of Makurdi) in central Nigeria. Soon two other sisters come from Congo to form together the community. High school founded by the diocese will be the first field of education and evangelization in the village Aondona. It is an urgency because the children had only primary education. With the help of teachers from other diocesan schools there will start the classes. There are already some enrolled to start school in September and the number is growing every day. The second field is the pastoral in the parish and formation of catechists. Many people are still traditional African religions followers and many polygamous families. Their life is very simple. They are supported by agriculture.
Everything is new: the place, language and culture, apostolate. We need your prayers, we especially ask the elderly and sick sisters. Please do remember us in your prayers to listen to what the Spirit guide us by his ways of bringing the light of the Gospel to the end of the world, where our work is more urgent and effective.
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Announcement of XVII General Chapter

 

With joy, the Superior General  Ma Soledad Galeron ANNOUNCED the celebration of the next XVII General Chapter which will be in Rome from July 18 to August 12 of 2017. From July 16 we have started the process of preparation to the Chapter under the protection of Mary, Star of the Sea. entrusting to her our new sailing towards this event of transcendental importance in the life of the Congregation and of each sister.

This closes the period of reorganization of the Congregational structures in responce to the call of previouse Chapter.  The map of  Entities has new configuration, embracing:

Mission Province of Africa (Congo, Cameroon, Nigeria)

Virgin of Guadalupe Mission Province (Cuba, USA, Dominican Rep. Honduras, Salvador, Mexico) 

The Province of East Asia (Japan, Korea, Philippines, Indonesia, and Timor)

South Asian Delegation (India and Sri Lanka)

Province of Europe (North and South Spain, Italy and Poland)

Province of Latin America (Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Panama and Peru)

In this moments of our intensive preparation all members and collaborators are invited to pray and contribute in the reflection: Lord, what do you want from me and the congregation at this moment of history? How to fulfill our apostolic vocation in the troubled political and socio-cultural reality in which we live? The path will gradually get collours of visions and discernment.green-landscapes

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 July 2016 10:57

 

Christmas

 

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Is the revelation of the tenderness of God..

Is his Consolation 

God opens in Jesus the door of Mercy...and it will never be closed ...

Let us fear not the embrace of the tenderness and compassion of God and  let us be signs of this love where we are..

May our communities be places where we are embraced by such a love.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 December 2015 09:15

 

From Colombia

Colombiasasaima dic 15 Following the Process of Reorganization of the Congregation, the Leadership Teams of: Colombia, Venezuela and Argentina gathered in Sasaima (Colombia) from 14 – 16 of December, accompanied by Soledad Galeron Superior General. Build up the sense of sharing in joined was our goal in the unification of the Entities of South America. The work consisted of reflections, studies and prayer was an important step towards the creation of the new entity that is rising.

 

Our Patronness' day Mary Immaculate

Inmaculada 2015

Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 December 2015 08:38

 

Remembering Patrocinio Giner

 

Looking into your eyes, looking into your heart Patrmaria patrocinioocinio, we see and read the simply and noble personality of a woman, sister and mother, strong in humility, courageous and delicate. In your intercession colored by the blood of martyrdom, we place all sisters especially those who accompany the formation of others in the first stages of claretian journey.

Her liturgical Memory is celebrated on November 13.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 November 2015 12:18

 

New General Governance of the CMF Claretian Missionaries

gg cmfThe New General Governance of our brother-congregation was elected during the XXV General Chapter celebrated in Rome. The new General Superior, Mathew Vattamattam elected on September 5th will be assisted by the council formed by Fr. Henry Omonisaye, Br. Carlos Verga (Prefect of Vocational Youth Ministry), Fr Manuel Tamargo (Treasurer), Fr Leo Dalmao (Prefect of Formation), Fr Gonzalo Fernández (Prefect of Spirituality), Fr. Artur Teixeira (Prefect of Apostolate).

We pray and wish them abundance of the Holy Spirit for the discernment and guidance of the congregational path traced by the General Chapter.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 September 2015 09:29

 

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