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The love of knowledge and truth should invite us to continue learning. The love of others should compel us to teach. (Answers to the Eight Questions of Dulcitius III,6)


 

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July 24-28, 2017
Villanova University
800 E. Lancaster Ave.

Villanova, Pennsylvania (USA)
Cost: $500.00 o 490 Euro

Dear Brother,

The International Commission for Augustinian Centers of Education is preparing for an International Congress which will take place at Villanova University (USA) from July 24-28, 2017. The theme chosen for the Congress is: Augustinian Pedagogy: A Passion for Education: The love of knowledge and truth should invite us to continue learning. The love of others should compel us to teach. (Augustine: Answers to the Eight Questions of Dulcitius).

Our OSA Constitutions remind us that, we should have the greatest esteem for the educational apostolate and consider it as one of the special missions of our Order. (Const. 161). The International Congress at Villanova University is one of the ways we are able to demonstrate our esteem for this apostolate. The Congress will provide the opportunity for those who participate in the ministry of Augustinian education to encounter each other in a professional environment and share with each other experiences and successful programs from their respective centers of education.

We plan to explore the theme of the Congress with three main talks presented at the beginning of each day. (Day 2: Augustinian Passion for Spirituality: Love of Knowledge and Search for Truth; Day 3: Augustinian Passion for Teaching and Learning: Compelled to Teach; Day 4: Augustinian Passion for Justice and Peace: Love for others) In the afternoon of Tuesday, July 25th and Thursday, July 27th we are planning a series of workshops which will be of 90 minutes duration, repeated on four occasions, twice on Tuesday and twice on Thursday with different participants. We are encouraging the presenters to engage the participants so that the workshops become creative and dynamic opportunities in accordance with Augustinian Pedagogy.

We are encouraging all our centers of education to send participants to this Congress (4 per school) and ask for your assistance in spreading the word and encouraging the schools in your circumscription to register. Information regarding the congress and registration can be found on the Order’s website: www.augustinians.net

If you should have any questions you can contact the Chair of the Commission for Augustinian Centers of Education, Joseph Farrell at jfarrell@osacuria.org or the Vice-chair, Franz Klein at fklein@osacuria.org.

May God continue to bless our apostolates of education.

Fraternally,

Alejandro Moral Antón, OSA
Prior General

 

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From the Order

The General Council of the Order, presided by the Prior General, Fr. Alejandro Moral Antón, OSA met in Rome from September 18-28, 2017.

Among the topics discussed are the following:

Chapters: The Acts of the Chapter and the post-capitular nominations were approved for the following:  England/Scotland, Mexico, Colombia, Ireland, Castilla, Brazil, and the Vicariate of Vienna.  The beginning date and place was approved for the following Ordinary Chapters:  Province of Holland (October 30, Helvoirt, Besinningscentrum); Province of Cebu (19 February, 2018 in the Santo Nino Spirituality Center, Consolacion, Cebu); Province of Spain (24 March, 2018 in the Monastery of Santa Maria de la Vid, Burgos); Province of Malta (First part 4 April 2018 and the second part 23 April, 2018 in the convent of Saint Mark the Evangelist, Rabat); Province of Villanova (10 June, 2018, in the Connelly Center, Villanova University); Province of Australia (2 July in Saint Augustine College, Brookvale); Province of Matritense (9 July, 2018 in Colegio San Agustin, Salamanca); Province of the Philippines (16 of July in Real Colegio Seminario de Valladolid); Vicariate of the Antillas (10 October 2017 in the Seminario de Bayamon, Puerto Rico; afterwards approval was given to transfer the place to the Dominican Republic because of the damage in Puerto Rico caused by the Hurricanes); Intermediate Chapter of the Province of Chile (2 October, 2017, in the Convento de Nuestra Señora de Gracia, Santiago).

Suspended Governance: Approval was given to suspend the ordinary governance of the Province of England/Scotland.  The official name will remain, and the Province will be under the governance of the Province of Ireland.

Various Petitions: Diverse requests and petitions were considered and approved for dismissal, exclaustration, dispensation, along with particular cases and situations.

Nominations: Angelo Lemme: Director of the Pre-Novitiate in Brno; Nestor Bandalan as Treasurer of the Community in the Papal Sacristy; Donald Reilly as a member of the International Economic Commission.

Houses: The General Council was informed of the suppression of the following houses:   Community house in Dar es Salaam (Delegation of Tanzania), Parish house of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Valencia (Vicariate of Venezuela); parish house of Nuestra Madre del Buen Consejo, León and the residence of San Juan de Sahagún, Madrid (Province of Castilla).  The Erection of a new house in Virak, Philippines (Vicariate of the Orient) and of a house in Costa Rica (Vicariate of Panama).

Augustinian Nuns: Various themes were discussed regarding the Augustinian Nuns in diverse Monasteries in the Order.

Decisions of the Intermediate Chapter of 2016: The Council discussed the progress of many of the decisions from the Intermediate General Chapter which was held in Abuja, Nigeria in September 2016.

Meeting of the newly elected major superiors: The General Council met with the newly elected superiors to learn more about the current ministry in these circumscriptions. Those present were:  Andrés Rivera (Province of Cebu), Wilson Posligua (Province of Quito) Vicente Valenzuela (Vicariate of Apurimac) and Matthias Schlögl (Vicariate of Vienna).

Economic Themes: Diverse themes were presented by the Economo general:  budgets for various maintenance projects, new contracts, scholarships for students at Collegio Santa Monica, other economic themes.

Communications: dialogue with P. Michele Falcone about the area of Communication in the Order and the way of presenting ourselves through the various means of Social Communication.  This theme will be treated more profoundly in November.

Information:

*Luis Marin:  Provincial Chapter of Castilla; themes of the Italian Province and the Province of Malta, information regarding the Spanish Federation; the next course in Augustinian Spirituality organized by the Institute of Augustinian Spirituality will be in English; conclusion of the program of renewal for the Monastery of Lecceto, information about activities in Ecuador (ongoing formation) and Peru (retreat; themes of the Archives.

*Joseph Farrell:  The communities that fall under the General Curia’s care; the visit in Nigeria; the Education Congress in Villanova, USA, together with P. Franz Klein; projects and work of the Commission for Initial Formation; Canonical visitation (part 1) of the Villanova Province; themes related to the Monastery of Augustinian Nuns in Nova Scotia, (Canada) and L’Aquila, (Italy).

*Franz Klein:  Chapters in Ireland and the Vicariate of Vienna; Intermediate Chapter of the German Province; Meeting of the Organization of Augustinians in Europe (OAE), together with P. Luis Marin, in Prague; suppression of the community of St. Patrick (Rome); diverse invitations from Dr. Hans-Albert Courtial.

*Patricio Villalba:  Ordinary Provincial Chapters of Mexico and Colombia; Canonical visit to the delegation in Central America; visit to the Vicariate of Bolivia; discussion of the agreement between the Province of Chile and the Vicariate of Bolivia; Meeting of the Major Superiors con the novices in the Novitiate in Lima; Congress of the Augustinian Fraternities of Latin America, in Colombia, together with P. Luis Marin; calendar of the process of unification of the Vicariates of Peru and information regarding the statutes.

*Edward Daleng:  Themes of the Province of Nigeria and of other circumscriptions in Africa; meeting in San Gimignano organized by the Commission for Evangelization, together with P. Anthony Banks; Camino de Santiago with a group of young people; meeting in Panama in order to prepare for World Youth Day and the Augustinian Youth Encounter in January of 2019.

*Anthony Banks:  Themes regarding the circumscriptions in Korea, Japan, West Papua and of the Asia Pacific Regions; reunions of OSAAP and APAC; meeting with Fr. Robert Dueweke, representative to of our NGO at the UN; meeting of the Vocations Commission in Chicago, together with P. Edward Daleng, meeting of the Secretariat for Justice and Peace in New York; update on the document on Poverty, requested by the Intermediate General Chapter.

*Alejandro Moral: Information on the letter sent to the Order commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reform; information on the Congress: “Luther and the Reform:  Saint Augustine and the Augustinian Order”, which will take place in Rome, November 9-11, 2017.

The next meeting of the council will be November 5-18, 2017 in Rome.

LETTER TO THE BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF THE ORDER
ON THE OCCASION OF THE 500th ANNIVERSARY
OF THE START OF THE LUTHERAN REFORM

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In perhaps a small way, we want to recognize the anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation which started with Martin Luther's public exposition of his 95 theses on indulgences, in Wittenberg on October 31, 1517. There is no doubt that Luther promoted a true religious crisis that brought about the rupture of Western Christianity and laid the foundations not only of secularism but also of the process of secularization and the birth of a new Europe. These theses also implied a change in the way Luther understood himself. It was then that he changed his surname, “Luder”, signing it for a time as “Eleutherios” (the free one), and then as “Luther”.

His strong personality, rich and suggestive in its contrasts, the new theology he developed, the consequences of the revolution that he unleashed, all make him a decisive figure in world history and in the history of Christianity. We can affirm that there is clearly a time period before and after Luther.

We cannot forget that Martin Luther (1483-1546) was an Augustinian. He entered our Order in 1505 and was a member of the Congregation of the Observance of Saxony. He belonged to the community of the convent of Erfurt at first and then the community of Wittenberg. He held various positions of government: sub-prior and regent of studies (1512-1515) and vicar provincial of Thuringia and Meissen (1515-1518). He exercised these services with responsibility and wisdom, making decisions when necessary, without ignoring difficulties and seeking the common good. He was a renowned teacher (for him, his most treasured title was that of Doctor of Theology) and he was accredited as a preacher and was available to render his services when required, as happened with respect to the internal issues (conflict between observants and conventuals) that brought about his trip to Rome in 1511-1512. All sources point out that he was a pious, trustworthy and fervent monk. Until 1521 he always used to sign his name "Martin Luther, Augustinian" and used the habit until 1524, conserving until his death much of the “friar” in his piety and style of life.

It is also true that Luther not only abandoned the Order but abhorred religious life with all his might, rejected ascetic practices and piety, rejected praying the breviary and other obligations, radically altered sacramental theology, condemned the vows and promoted the abandonment and the mass exodus of vowed religious. The damage done to the Order and to religious life in Germany was enormous. Luther was our brother for a time and shared our charism, but he himself stood outside the Order with his choices, his initiatives, and his decisions.

The Order of St. Augustine, to which Luther belonged, has no reason to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation but, yes, to commemorate it. And we do it with serenity, highlighting the positive aspects that it brought about: the revalorization of the individual, the reaffirmed confidence in God, the centrality of Sacred Scripture, the bringing of the liturgy closer to the people, the development of a sense of community, a healthy secularity, and the need for reform, understood as a return to the essentials.

What could the Catholic Church learn from the Lutheran tradition? Pope Francis responds thus: "Two words come to my mind: Reformation and Scripture."[1] That is, the gesture of renewal for a Church that is semper reformanda and always in need of reforming itself, and the step taken to put the Word of God in the hands of the people. We must also learn to avoid that which would be a process of reform and revitalization of the whole Church that leads to a "state" of separation and rupture, and also that approach to Sacred Scripture that leads to subjectivism. For that reason, in the words of the Lutheran theologian, Wolfhart Pannenberg, “the division of the Church in the XVI century cannot be understood as the success of the Reformation, but rather only as the expression of temporal failure; in fact, the Reformation was aiming at the renewal of the entire Church, with reference to its biblical origin”[2]. Moreover, we can say that the breakup of the Church is an expression of failure for all Christians.

Today, in recalling the figure of Martin Luther, we dwell on the man of deep religious intuition, on the herald and preacher of the divine word, on his ingenuity and creativity, on his amazing capacity for work, on the way he used the printing press and the advances of the time at the service of communication, and on his deep piety. "We are all beggars, hoc est verum, this is true,"[3] he wrote on February 16, 1546, two days before he died. He was a sincere Christian and a man of prayer, a good husband and father of a family, a simple and hospitable friend, a diligent guide to the people who requested his advice. With a warm and effusive temperament, and despite the worries and ailments that affected him, he was a model of domestic virtues. We also highlight his inner struggles against anguish and temptation, his direct form of expression, the openness of his soul and the confident way of sharing his intimacy with those who were close to him, and his spiritual sensitivity.

However, we cannot avoid another less gracious side: that which refers to his intolerance. Obstinate and inflexible, passionate and vehement, Luther used biting expressions against those who opposed him, becoming abusive and rude. Often, he was vexatious and offensive, leading to slander. The one chosen by God, the "prophet of the end times"[4], he considered himself to have the truth and, therefore, responded in aggressive terms to any discrepancy. For him, retraction was not possible because he did not assume the possibility of mistake or error. His fixation on the figure of the pope is significant, evolving from reverential obedience to animosity and abhorrence, to eventual hatred in his later years. His exaggerated insults and aggressions toward the Church of Rome (papist, according to the particular terminology) are truly sad. Reading those texts fills us with pain. Today, thank God, times have changed: not only are there cordial relations between Lutherans and Catholics but also, on the path of ecumenism, there are meeting points such as the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification signed in 1999, to which the World Communion of Reformed Churches has recently joined.

As for his thought, it is impossible to state it here, or even to summarize it. I shall say only that Luther makes concrete his distrust of reason and his rejection of philosophy in his visceral revulsion of scholasticism, of overly structured theological systems, of aristotelianism, of the games of the intellect, of classifications, of sophistry, and of the subtleties of the various schools of thought of his day. All of that distances us from the encounter with Christ and obstructs the genuine faith that is based on Scripture, the Word. God is not a philosophical hypothesis, but is revealed to us and speaks to us in Christ. That is why it requires greater simplicity, abandoning the artifices to go to the source making the encounter possible. And it also requires bringing the Word of God closer to the people, facilitating personal contact and assimilation. From this approach, we can understand that Luther devotes much time and care to the translation and exegesis of Sacred Scripture and to preaching. He showed excellent handling of his vernacular language. His translation of the Bible is of decisive importance, both in the pastoral and in the philological sense. Luther plays a decisive role in his lexical choice and in his style, in which he reflects the vivacity and spontaneity of the spoken language. He is an innovator of the language, which he endows with great accuracy and realism, to the point of being considered determinant in the unification of the German language and in the fixation of the modern German language. Recognized as a preacher, his sermons always had an enormous resonance. Of simple style, concrete and didactic; very practical. He spoke with deep conviction, concentrating on what he said, without getting lost in gesture or theatrics, but using popular phrases and idioms. He was the "Ecclesiastes of Wittenberg"[5], the preacher and transmitter par excellence of the Word of God.

Another essential point in his thinking, in an Augustinian way, is the reality of grace in reference, above all, to justification. In this world of the triumph of indifference, in which we often live as if God does not exist, in which God is reduced to a concept or a norm, Luther returns us to the God revealed in Christ, who is Love and who is concretized in Love. The center of his life and his reflection was undoubtedly the question of God. Tormented in his youth by the theme of salvation, he found his tranquility and joy in the principle of justification by faith (cf. Rom 1:17). Therefore, the Justice of God should not be understood in an active or vindictive sense (a just God who punishes sinners), but in a passive or justifying sense (God who makes us righteous and gives us sanctification). It is not works, however good they are, that obtain salvation, but trust in Christ, the only Redeemer, who is communicated to us by faith. Solus Christus, soli Deo Gloria. The terrible God thus becomes the Father of mercies, and the righteous Christ becomes the unique Savior by way of the cross. Luther feels the inability of human forces, without grace, but radicalizes this doctrine to the extreme. For him it is impossible that the human being can collaborate actively in salvation, because sin remains. Only, by the merits of Christ, are we not held guilty.

Sola Scriptura, sola gratia, sola fide. The consequences of the Lutheran perception lead to the denial of free will, to the dogmatic innovation of the sacraments, to the rejection of the Mass as a sacrifice, to the denial of the ministerial priesthood, to the demolition of the magisterium and of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, and to the demonization of the papacy. However, Luther is surprisingly servile to the protestant princes and a passionate defender of the legitimate social and political order, even at a high price. His position in the War of the Peasants (1524-1525) offers a good example of this and is one of the most discussed features of the reformer, as are also two other aspects, present in Luther, which have cast their black shadow on the history of the last centuries: nationalism and anti-Semitism.

The figure of Luther is not easy, but fascinating. It is full of contrasts that hinder objectivity and equanimity, but it offers enormously novel features and is undoubtedly very up-to-date. In spite of the five centuries that have passed, he continues to arouse extreme passions, adhesions and visceral rejections. And in our Augustinian milieu, unfortunately, he remains quite unknown. In the Order, we need specialists in Luther, both in the historical and theological fields. I hope that this commemoration of the Lutheran Reformation will be a wake-up call and boost the studies in this line.

I am grateful for the interest shown and the initiatives that have been taken in the various circumscriptions of the Order, especially in the academic field, with the organization of excellent congresses, study days and publications. The General Council has wished to be involved in this respect and has encouraged the holding of the Congress, entitled "Luther and the Reformation: Augustine and the Augustinian Order", to be held in Rome from 9 to 11 November. I hope this is a starting point.

I want to end with the words of Pope Benedict XVI, pronounced in the Augustinerkloster of Erfurt, during his trip to Germany[6]: "For Luther, theology was no mere academic pursuit, but the struggle for oneself, which in turn was a struggle for and with God. ‘How do I receive the grace of God?’ The fact that this question was the driving force of his whole life never ceases to make a deep impression on me. For who is actually concerned about this today – even among Christians? What does the question of God mean in our lives? In our preaching? Most people today, even Christians, set out from the presupposition that God is not fundamentally interested in our sins and virtues. He knows that we are all mere flesh. And insofar as people believe in an afterlife and a divine judgment at all, nearly everyone presumes for all practical purposes that God is bound to be magnanimous and that ultimately he mercifully overlooks our small failings. The question no longer troubles us. But are they really so small, our failings? Is not the world laid waste through the corruption of the great, but also of the small, who think only of their own advantage? Is it not laid waste through the power of drugs, which thrives on the one hand on greed and avarice, and on the other hand on the craving for pleasure of those who become addicted? Is the world not threatened by the growing readiness to use violence, frequently masking itself with claims to religious motivation? Could hunger and poverty so devastate parts of the world if love for God and godly love of neighbor – of his creatures, of men and women – were more alive in us? I could go on. No, evil is no small matter. Were we truly to place God at the centre of our lives, it could not be so powerful. The question: what is God’s position towards me, where do I stand before God? – Luther’s burning question must once more, doubtless in a new form, become our question too, not an academic question, but a real one. In my view, this is the first summons we should attend to in our encounter with Martin Luther".

May our Lady of Grace accompany us with her love.

Rome,  28  September 2017

P. Alejandro Moral Antón
Prior General OSA



[1] Cf. " Intervista a papa Francesco in occasione del viaggio apostolico in Svezia": La Civiltà Cattolica 2016-IV, 313-324.

[2] W. PANNENBERG, "Die Augsburger Konfession und die Einheit der Kirche": Ökumenische Rundschau 28 (1979) 113.

[3] Cf. LUTHER, Weimarer Ausgabe (WA) 48,241.

[4] Cf. Tischreden (WATr) 5,23,27-24,6.

[5] Cf. WA 10,2

[6] Encounter with the representatives of the Evangelical Church of Germany, Erfurt 23 September 2011

On 23 September 2017, our brother, Helizandro Terán Bermúdez, was ordained in Caracas, Venezuela, as the new bishop of Ciudad Guayana. May the Holy Spirit assist him in his ministry and always accompany him with His grace and His love.

From the Circumscriptions

On the Solemnity of our Holy Father St. Augustine, the Delegation of St. Rita, Kenya, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the presence of the Order in this part of Africa. In a beautiful and lively ceremony presided over by the bishop of Ishiara, Most Rev. Paul Karioki, the brothers in communion with the Augustinian contemplative nuns, the 'misioneras' sisters, some other religious and many lay faithful from the four Augustinian parishes expressed their thanksgiving to God for the gift of faith and abundant blessings over the years.

In the nineties, some Irish and Nigerian friars responded generously to the invitation to take up the mission in Kenya; they committed themselves to the spread of the gospel, the service of love among the people, the growth and expansion of the Order in the Church in Kenya.

The Prior General, in his message, read by Fr. Edward Daleng, thanked the Irish Province for their missionary zeal, sacrifice and continuous support to the Kenyan delegation. He encouraged the members of the young Kenyan circumscription to embrace the future with hope, to rise up to the challenges before them and to be faithful in articulating the Augustinian spirit by interpreting the 25 year heritage in a more coherent and realistic way. He says: "I invite you to continue to work to embody the Augustinian charism consistently, both in community life and in the experience of interiority, as well as in the mission in communion with the brothers together as one. In this way, you can continue to announce in the most effective way the Kingdom of God that has become a reality in Jesus Christ."

Six brothers (four Kenyans: Nichodemus Rono, Stephen Nyamwaya, Cyril Mulupi and Matthew Ngimbi and two Congolese: Jacques Bangbasa and Nicolas Takis) made the Solemn Profession of Religious Vows. This brings the number of the indigenous Solemnly Professed Kenyan Augustinians to 25 in 25 years, 7 Simply Professed and 14 postulants. The celebration was a unique occasion of grace as all the other members of the Delegation present renewed their Vows. So also did the Augustinian contemplative nuns and the 'misionera' sisters who attended the occasion.

The Delegation has five communities in Ishiara, South Lands and Baba Dogo-Nairobi, Kisumu and Eldoret where brothers work principally in the pastoral and formation apostolates.

Historically, the Portuguese Augustinians started a missionary venture in the coast of Mombasa toward the end of the 16th century. However, this lasted less than four decades as they were martyred alongside many Christ's followers in the successive century.

The Province of Cebu through the 450 Kaplag Executive Committee celebrated the closing activities of the 450th anniversaries of the rediscovery (kaplag) of the image of the Child Jesus in Cebu and the presence of the Augustinian Order in the Philippines and the 50th year of the Santo Niño Church as a minor basilica. These events were held from April 17 to 30, 2016.

The triduum masses, on April 25-28, at the Santo Niño Pilgrim Center every 5:30pm were presided by Bishop Emilio Bataclan, emeritus auxiliary bishop of Cebu (April 25), Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, chair of the CBCP-Permanent Committee for the Cultural Heritage of the Church (April 26), and Bishop Julito Cortes, bishop of the Diocese of Dumaguete (April 27).

On the feast day, April 28, Fr. Alejandro Moral, O.S.A., Prior General of the Order of Saint Augustine, Rome, Italy, celebrated the Mass and delivered his homily. Augustinian priests from the different parts of the country, Diocesan clergy from the Archdiocese of Cebu and other religious priests concelebrated in the triduum masses and the Kaplag Fiesta Mass.

The Philippine festivals in honor of Santo Niño de Cebu highlighted the celebrations after the 5:30 pm feast day mass on April 28.

Also, the unveiling of the commemorative marker and the time capsule was done on April 28, 10am, at the Basilica del Santo Niño de Cebu grounds. The time capsule is suggested to be opened on the year 2065 during the celebration of the 500th Anniversary of Kaplag and the Augustinian Presence in the Philippines, and the 100th Anniversary of the Santo Niño Church as Basilica Minore.

In celebration of the Chicago Province's 75th Anniversary, the friars held a special Diamond Jubilee Remembrance for the late Father Theodore E. Tack, O.S.A. Father Tack, who served as our Prior General from 1971 to 1983, was the first Prior General affiliated to the Chicago Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel.

This tribute video debuted at the Province's fourth annual Augustinian Gala on April 22, 2016, at the Drake Hotel in Chicago. The video was generously sponsored by the Susan & G.T. Bynum Family.

We express our congratulations to:

Solemn Profession

RENTSCH, Christian (GER), August 19, 2017
BOLIVAR, Arthur A. (ANG), August 05, 2017
DABRE, Gladson F. (ANG), August 05, 2017
PORTER, Nicholas J. (CAL), August 05, 2017
YANG, Philip (CAL), August 05, 2017
MBA'A, Fransiskus (PAP), August 01, 2017
D'UA, Aloysius (PAP), August 01, 2017
TAWA, Antonio Vially (PAP), August 01, 2017
KELMANUTU, Daniel (PAP), August 01, 2017
ESPENOLA ROSELADA, Louie (ORI), March 18, 2017
HARI ESCOBENAS, Edwin (ORI), March 18, 2017
KORIPELLI, Gabriel (PHI), January 30, 2017
ARAKKAL, Robin (PHI), January 30, 2017
MUKKATH, Sinoj Paul (PHI), January 30, 2017
HONG, Seung-Min Johan B. (KOR), January 14, 2017
BENITES MONTERO, José Falu (CHU), January 11, 2017
POTENCIO, Aldo (VIL), December 17, 2016
FLORES LAVIN, Gonzalo Ignacio (CHL), December 16, 2016
TUGUDU, Immanuel (NIG), November 13, 2016
NWAOSU, Chimaobi (NIG), November 13, 2016
BAIYEGUNHI, Raymond (NIG), November 13, 2016
IGHALO, Emmanuel (NIG), November 13, 2016
AGHOGHOPHIA, Valentine (NIG), November 13, 2016
JIWOK, Joseph (NIG), November 13, 2016
MADRAMANY VILLARRUBIA, Javier (HIS), November 05, 2016
RUSSO SILVA, João Miguel (HIS), November 05, 2016
QUIROS TENCIO, José Alexander (PAN), November 05, 2016
PINZON ARENAS, Fabian Andres (VEN), September 04, 2016
CHAVEZ MONTOYA, Juan Eligio (MEX), August 28, 2016
MURIAS AYALA, Cristobal (MEX), August 28, 2016
CEBALLOS POBLETE, Jesus Jonhatan (MEX), August 28, 2016
PALMAS MORALES, Jesus Emmanuel (MEX), August 28, 2016
ISLEY, Stephen (CHI), August 28, 2016
RUIZ, Joe (CHI), August 28, 2016
LIBERIUS, Fransiskus (PAP), August 01, 2016
PANTUR, Damasus (PAP), August 01, 2016
GARUNG, Robertus R (PAP), August 01, 2016
PEREZ PRADO, Pablo (PAN), July 16, 2016
CRUZ CARRANZA, Gustavo (PAN), July 16, 2016
MACHADO, Robinson Alexandre (BRP), July 16, 2016
SILVA LIMA, Bruno Henrique (BRP), July 16, 2016
CABAHUG, Reo Gomez (CAE), June 11, 2016
CANTONES, Peter Sombrio Jr. (CAE), June 11, 2016
FUNTANARES, Christian Enaje (CAE), June 11, 2016
MAGIN, Rodel Dela Cruz (CAE), June 11, 2016
MIRANDA, John Ion Calatrava (CAE), June 11, 2016
TAGALOG, Cyril Jeth Noval (CAE), June 11, 2016
VISDA, Melitito Pocholo Conson (CAE), June 11, 2016
NGUYEN, Dang Ngoc Hai Paul (AUS), May 22, 2016
BELCINA, Francis Cabarrubias (AUS), May 22, 2016
RESOLADO, Saldie Lie Vallecer (AUS), May 22, 2016
SEVARE, Percival Perez (AUS), May 22, 2016
ABELLO, Norman (ORI), March 04, 2016
BAAMLONG, Nathanael (NIG), March 04, 2016
LUAMBANO, Afrates (PHI), March 04, 2016
MWINUKA, Godvolker (PHI), March 04, 2016
MATSUO, John Futoshi (JAP), February 20, 2016
PEREZ ARIAS, Henry Mauricio (COL), December 12, 2015
SANTOS ZAVALETA, Elevy (COL), December 12, 2015
NANDOU MAGBALA, Clement (CON), December 05, 2015
YAMMA, Simon J. (NIG), November 13, 2015
ADAMU, Francis S. (NIG), November 13, 2015
VOVIYERE, Emmanuel J. (NIG), November 13, 2015
OMWANHIAOKPA, Iziegba M. (NIG), November 13, 2015
KWASHANG, Daniel N. (NIG), November 13, 2015
ANGBALAGA, Peter V. (NIG), November 13, 2015
RESENDEZ ARIAS, Juan Manuel (MEC), November 11, 2015
DOMINGO DAVID, Marlon (ORI), September 10, 2015
PLAZOS REMOLADO, Rhuel (ORI), September 10, 2015
UKLEJA, Marcin (POL), September 04, 2015
DAVAKAN, Martin (BEL), August 29, 2015
RIEGO CASTILLEJOS, Ricardo (MEX), August 28, 2015
DORANTES DIAZ, Sergio Carlos (MEX), August 28, 2015
MERCADO, Richie (CHI), August 27, 2015
RODRIGUEZ, Bienvenido (VIL), August 23, 2015
MURRAY, Joseph A (VIL), August 23, 2015
KOVALAK, Andrej (ITA), July 05, 2015
JOHNS, Barnaby (CAL), June 07, 2015
MEDINA, Carlos (CAL), June 07, 2015
ESCOBAR, Edmar (CAE), May 11, 2015
LABANA, Genesis (CAE), May 11, 2015
LINGO, Robert Lee (CAE), May 11, 2015
SALCEDA, Arvin (CAE), May 11, 2015
TAMPOS, Mark Anthony (CAE), May 11, 2015
TUBID, Julius (CAE), May 11, 2015
QUEVEDO HERNANDEZ, Salvador (MEC), April 24, 2015
LOGOTETO, Vito M (ITA), March 24, 2015
IORIO, Christian (ITA), March 01, 2015
GUERRERO NAVARRO, Luis Alberto (PAN), February 21, 2015
TRAN, Kim Phu (Vincent) (AUS), February 01, 2015
KIM, Dong Woo (Augustine) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ALBAN MANCERO, Raul A (QUI), January 17, 2015
MARCILLO IZQUIERDO, Jose G (QUI), January 17, 2015
CACCIOTTI, Giuseppe (ITA), December 08, 2014
IMAJI, Peter John (NIG), November 13, 2014
ONUOHA, Julius Anayo (NIG), November 13, 2014
OYUDO, Ikenna Jude (NIG), November 13, 2014
SHEKARI, Jonah Matthew (NIG), November 13, 2014
UBIAKALA, Paulinus (NIG), November 13, 2014
HOLZHEIMER, Marcel (GER), October 11, 2014
SERON MATARONG, Jay R (ORI), September 27, 2014
ARAUZ, Glen de Jesus (AMC), September 27, 2014
VERA GUSI, Gilbert de (ORI), September 27, 2014
INJARAPU, Wilson Viswanath (ORI), September 27, 2014
MARTINHO ALBERTO, Tiago (HIS), September 13, 2014
OTAKA HIGA, Jose Javier (ARG), September 08, 2014
FRANCO GONZALEZ, Dagoberto (MEX), August 28, 2014
PAZ MENDIETA, Hector (PAN), June 14, 2014
ABELLANA, Imman Noel Arnado (CAE), June 12, 2014
ASOR, Aimark Palma (CAE), June 12, 2014
DURAN, Oswald Fajardo (CAE), June 12, 2014
NOMBREFIA, Antonio Oblea (CAE), June 12, 2014
VALMORES, Jasper Villanueva (CAE), June 12, 2014
SARDIDO CERBOLLES, Dante (ORI), June 04, 2014
BENDOY MORABE, Dante (ORI), June 04, 2014
SUPREMIDO MELGAR, Genaro (ORI), June 04, 2014
ARESSERIL, Emmanuel (IND), May 31, 2014
SIMON, Bernard (IND), May 31, 2014
JOOSADASAN, Anil Kumar (IND), May 31, 2014
YOUNG, Richard A (CHI), May 16, 2014
RODRIGUEZ VASQUEZ, Diomer (PER), February 15, 2014
MONTES DE OCA NUNEZ, Rodolfo (MEX), February 13, 2014
CINTRA, Paolo Henrique (BRM), January 12, 2014
MARKUS, Galadima Bitrus (NIG), January 06, 2014
MBUVI, Peter Kyalo (KEN), January 06, 2014
NYAOMA, Edwin Orina (KEN), January 06, 2014

First Profession

CAMACHO BULLA, Maycol Silven (MAT), September 01, 2017
HEIRS, Jeremy R. (VIL), August 05, 2017
GABRIEL, William C. (VIL), August 05, 2017
RENTERIA, Arturo R. (CAL), August 05, 2017
MORALES, Mauricio E. (CAL), August 05, 2017
NAMSA, Natalis Michael G. (PAP), August 01, 2017
DASRI, Sebastianus (PAP), August 01, 2017
LESING, Sersianus (PAP), August 01, 2017
SOLANO GUZMAN, Isaac Esteban (PAN), July 15, 2017
RODRIGUEZ MARTINEZ, David Alexis (PAN), July 15, 2017
SOLIS PEREZ, Silvio (PAN), July 15, 2017
MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ, Santiago (PAN), July 15, 2017
HENRIQUEZ OSORIO, Eduardo Alberto (PAN), July 15, 2017
PEREZ SANCHEZ, Ariel Alonzo (PAN), July 15, 2017
MORENO PINZON, Ricardo Joel (VEN), July 15, 2017
MATHEUS GONZALEZ, Oswaldo José (VEN), July 15, 2017
HILARIO ABREU, José Alberto (ANT), July 15, 2017
CABRERA TAPIA, Emilio Antonio (ANT), July 15, 2017
RUTOH, Kipngeno Isaac (KEN), July 08, 2017
WANJUGU, John Kinyua (KEN), July 08, 2017
KING'ELE, Michael Ngei (KEN), July 08, 2017
NGONYANI, Festo Seraphion (PHI), July 08, 2017
AIYITAMPARAMBIL, Joy Praveen (IND), June 29, 2017
VELUTHEDATH, Ebin Joseph (IND), June 29, 2017
GARCIA, Ronnel Ian Miranda (CAE), June 28, 2017
PLACIDO, Jan Mark Arbia (CAE), June 28, 2017
MORALES III, Anacleto Magallano (CAE), June 28, 2017
PANIMDIM, Ariel Alfon (CAE), June 28, 2017
ATIENZA, James Carlo Mesina (CAE), June 28, 2017
NGUYEN, Hoang Huy (AUS), June 28, 2017
VERGARA SABILE, Alistaire (ORI), June 26, 2017
CALAMBA CALAMINOS, Glen (ORI), June 26, 2017
SANTO DOMINGO CRUZATA, Mar-Lou Conrad (ORI), June 26, 2017
FABRERO FETIZANAN, Nico Jame (ORI), June 26, 2017
BERCASIO EUSEBIO, John Erwin (ORI), June 26, 2017
BALMACEDA RASCO, Francis Andrew (ORI), June 26, 2017
SAPLALA MANANSALA, John Eiron (ORI), June 26, 2017
ARBOLEDA TAMAYO, Jhon César (COL), January 27, 2017
BERDUGO MARIN, Julio César (COL), January 27, 2017
ALMEIDA SAMPAYA, Harwer (CHU), January 14, 2017
BARRERO TICONA, Jorge Armando (BOL), January 14, 2017
CORBALAN VERA, Diego Francisco (ARG), January 14, 2017
DE ALBUQUERQUE MACHADO, Gutemberg (BRP), January 14, 2017
DE FREITAS COSTA, Everton (BRP), January 14, 2017
DE SANTANA MENDES DOS SANTOS, Abdon (BRP), January 14, 2017
DIAS OLAZABAL, Fernando Andre (PER), January 14, 2017
DIONISIO NAVES, Eberson (BRM), January 14, 2017
DO NASCIMENTO SILVA, Rivandro (BRM), January 14, 2017
CALLE HOLQUIN, Percy Gamaniel (CHU), January 14, 2017
GUERRERO HERRERA, Yelder (CHU), January 14, 2017
MARQUEZ VALDIVIA, Andre Fernando (CHU), January 14, 2017
OBLITAS GUERRERO, Luis Fernando (PER), January 14, 2017
OLAVARRIA BELMAR, Felipe Andres (CHL), January 14, 2017
VIEIRA FERREIRA, Rafael (BRM), January 14, 2017
VIEIRA OLIVEIRA, Alefe Lucas (BRM), January 14, 2017
WARTHON HERMOZA, Sandro Braulio (PER), January 14, 2017
ORTIZ GUZMAN, Jesus (MEX), August 28, 2016
PIÑA IRAZABA, Alexsander (MEX), August 28, 2016
BURZA, Dawid (POL), August 28, 2016
ZEC, Lucas (VIE), August 28, 2016
LOPEZ CINTORA, Christian Andres (MEC), August 28, 2016
CONTRERAS BERNAL, Cesar Adrian (MEC), August 28, 2016
CASTRO ZAVALA, Crhistopher Brayham Arturo (MEC), August 28, 2016
GARCIA CISNEROS, Miguel Angel (MEC), August 28, 2016
KUWAHARA, Atsushi (VIL), August 11, 2016
KANDUMAS, Feliks (PAP), August 01, 2016
WELERUBUN, Simon (PAP), August 01, 2016
LOBYA, Stefanus (PAP), August 01, 2016
SEDIK, Carlos FXB (PAP), August 01, 2016
LUSI, Yoseph AM (PAP), August 01, 2016
ARWALEMBUN, Yakobus (PAP), August 01, 2016
ALAM, Safras (CAL), July 31, 2016
GHANI, Adnan (CAL), July 31, 2016
SMITH, Dominic (CAL), July 31, 2016
CARROLL, Robert (CHI), July 31, 2016
ROCCASALVA, Joseph (CHI), July 31, 2016
BROUDOU, Fr. Joseph (CHI), July 31, 2016
JOUTRAS, Samuel (CHI), July 31, 2016
RATHS, Jeffrey (CHI), July 31, 2016
MADDEN, Daniel (VIL), July 31, 2016
CONTRERAS, Elizandro (VIL), July 31, 2016
DIBY DJANGO, Jean-Paul (BEL), July 25, 2016
TOGOULABA DIBE, Didier (BEL), July 25, 2016
NGUYEN, Van Huong (BEL), July 25, 2016
NGUYEN, Xuan Thiem (BEL), July 25, 2016
SILVA CALZADILLA, Yoandri (CUB), July 23, 2016
ORTEGA, Benancio Abel (PAN), July 16, 2016
ABREGO TORRERO, Sebastian A. (PAN), July 16, 2016
AMPUDIA ESQUIVEL, Andres E. (PAN), July 16, 2016
ALVARADO VILLALTA, Ivan F. (AMC), July 16, 2016
ESPINOSA ESPINOSA, Gerardo A. (AMC), July 16, 2016
VALDES MARTINEZ, Jose D. (PAN), July 16, 2016
KALINGA, Aidan Anton (TAN), July 01, 2016
KIOKO MUTIE, Titus (KEN), July 01, 2016
KUYELA, Titus Rafael (TAN), July 01, 2016
MAKASINI, Prosper Simon (TAN), July 01, 2016
MARTIN, James Nkanda (TAN), July 01, 2016
MASABO, Onesmo Joseph (TAN), July 01, 2016
MBENDA, Rogastian Karisti (TAN), July 01, 2016
MUTULA OSOGO, Eliakimu (KEN), July 01, 2016
MTITU, Geofrey J. (TAN), July 01, 2016
NGONYANI, Onesmos L. (TAN), July 01, 2016
NGONYANI, Lambert Asterius (TAN), July 01, 2016
ALIBONG, James (CAE), June 18, 2016
RICAMORA, John Louis (CAE), June 18, 2016
EBOL, Elmer (CAE), June 18, 2016
RIBON CARRILLO, Diego Nicolas (COL), January 23, 2016
NINO RINCON, Jose Humberto (COL), January 23, 2016
JAIMES GUERRERO, Carlos Saul (COL), January 23, 2016
GIRALDO ROLDAN, Alejandro (COL), January 23, 2016
BERNAL BELLO, Cristhian Eduardo (COL), January 23, 2016
OLIVEIRA, Gilberto de (BRP), January 16, 2016
ALMEIDA, Wesley de (BRP), January 16, 2016
MENDES SOUZA, Johny Walidam (BRP), January 16, 2016
VASQUEZ GONZA, Eulogio (CHU), January 16, 2016
RAMIREZ BARDI, Mario Raul (PER), January 16, 2016
SILVA, Gleisom Henrique da (BRM), January 16, 2016
SANTOS JULIAO, Fabiano (BRP), January 16, 2016
VALDIVIA MARQUINA, Mario Enrique (PER), January 16, 2016
ALVARADO VELASQUEZ, Luis Arnaldo (CHU), January 16, 2016
GOMES COSTA, Maksuel (BRM), January 16, 2016
MAMANI SUYO, Eloy (BOL), January 16, 2016
OLIVEIRA SILVA, Rodolfo de (BRM), January 16, 2016
CARVALHO SOUZA, Davidson Bertuce de (BRM), January 16, 2016
RIVERA GUZMAN, Jesus (APU), January 16, 2016
ABIAMBANGU AMABULE, Gido Joseph ( BEL), August 02, 2015
KUMBOYO PAYTE, Christopher (CON), August 02, 2015
IYUNDABA UMEMBOLI, Augustin (CON), August 02, 2015
KLIBA KOAMI MAWUSSE, Laurent ( BEL), August 02, 2015
BATIMANGA BAUMUKE, Anthony Joseph (BEL), August 02, 2015
SENGI OGA, Celestin (CON), August 02, 2015
CARUANA, Brandon Lee (MEL), September 07, 2015
ARIPPA, Giuseppe (ITA), August 30, 2015
FILIPPI, Mattia (ITA), August 30, 2015
JELIC, Richard (ITA), August 30, 2015
CHU, Phong Dinh (BEL), August 29, 2015
PAREDES DE LA CRUZ, Irving Erubey (MEC), August 15, 2015
TORRES AGUILERA, Noe (MEC), August 15, 2015
SERRANO CANADA, Felipe de Jesus (MEC), August 15, 2015
LOPEZ CISNEROS, Marcos Antonio (MEC), August 15, 2015
PARRA CINTORA, Jesus (MEC), August 15, 2015
VAZQUEZ QUIROZ, Alberto (MEC), August 15, 2015
RODRIGUEZ STRUBBE, Carlos Miguel (CHI), August 01, 2015
TIERNEY, Jack (CHI), August 01, 2015
AGUILAR, Javier (VIL), August 01, 2015
WHITE, James (VIL), August 01, 2015
UGONWAFOR, Charles C. (NIG), July 29, 2015
ACHI, Martin Y. (NIG), July 29, 2015
MAMKAA, Benjamin I. (NIG), July 29, 2015
SIKAHANGA, Wilson J (TAN), July 01, 2015
MAYENJA, Daniel M (TAN), July 01, 2015
NYAGA, Atanasio (KEN), July 01, 2015
WAMBUA, Francis M (KEN), July 01, 2015
ARIG, Alvin (ORI), June 12, 2015
ESMILLA, Johnny (ORI), June 12, 2015
ALVAREZ, Amiel (ORI), June 12, 2015
ARLEGUI, William Peter (ORI), June 12, 2015
PORTAL, Jose Marie (ORI), June 12, 2015
ALMEREZ, Jules (CAE), May 15, 2015
ANILDES, Roner (CAE), May 15, 2015
DE CLARO, Olwencie (CAE), May 15, 2015
ERMAC, Keith (CAE), May 15, 2015
JUGARAP, Jebie (CAE), May 15, 2015
LAGROSA, Rey (CAE), May 15, 2015
TINIO, Carlo (CAE), May 15, 2015
UY, Jeffrey (CAE), May 15, 2015
ERAIMANTHURA, Puraidam Sijin Anthony (IND), May 04, 2015
PALLIPPATTU, Jestin Joseph (IND), May 04, 2015
THUNDIPARAMBIL, Vincent Linu Louis (IND), May 04, 2015
LE, Tuan Anh (Peter) (AUS), February 01, 2015
PHAM, Quang Tuyen (Peter) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ZHANG, Huyao (John) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ZAPATA NASIMBA, Patricio (QUI), January 24, 2015
GUERRERO CARRERA, Jose (QUI), January 24, 2015
DOMINGUES DE LIMA, Anderson (BRM), December 04, 2014
PEZZELLA, Luciano (ITA), August 31, 2014
KPOMADJE, Hyacinthe (BEL), August 31, 2014
HOUNSIEDE, Julien Coovi (BEL), August 28, 2014
MENDOZA ZAMORA, Jose Alejandro (MEX), August 28, 2014
ORIHUELA POPOCA, Emmanuel Israel (MEX), August 28, 2014
MENDOZA ABONCE, Jose Juan (MEX), August 28, 2014
OLAN ALMEIDA, Luis Baltazar (MEX), August 28, 2014
BARRERA AVALOS, Pedro (MEX), August 28, 2014
GARDUNO GONZALEZ, Raul (MEX), August 28, 2014
TAPIA ISLAS, Hector Manuel (MEX), August 28, 2014
DABROWSKI, Jacek (POL), August 28, 2014
HEMEN, Emmanuel A (NIG), August 26, 2014
YARATSADA, Moses Aiden (NIG), August 26, 2014
OKPE, Michael Adole (NIG), August 26, 2014
UJU, Solomon (NIG), August 26, 2014
DARUAN, John A (NIG), August 26, 2014
SIMON, Gideon F (NIG), August 26, 2014
EBEYE, Kennedy (NIG), August 26, 2014
DURA, Geoffrey (NIG), August 26, 2014
LUSUAMU, Yvon (CON), August 17, 2014
NYETUAMAZE, Raymond (CON), August 17, 2014
KESEKESE, Richard (CON), August 17, 2014
MIBIBA, Ignace (CON), August 17, 2014
LUFUILU, Cyrille (CON), August 17, 2014
BELANGBA, Benoit (CON), August 17, 2014
MADILAMBA, Athanase (CON), August 17, 2014
SIEGEL, Joseph (CHI), August 10, 2014
MULLARKEY, Nicholas (CHI), August 10, 2014
NARDONE, Colin (VIL), August 09, 2014
BOLIVAR, Arthur (ANG), August 06, 2014
DABRE, Gladson (ANG), August 06, 2014
YANG, Philip (CAL), August 02, 2014
BAIOCCO, Robert (CAL), August 02, 2014
VILLENEUVE, Maxime (CAL), August 02, 2014
NGUGO, Geoffrey (TAN), July 01, 2014
KOMBA, Jerasko (TAN), July 01, 2014
Mtuy, Richard (TAN), July 01, 2014
IMUJARO, Geofrey Barasa (KEN), July 01, 2014
PETER, Daniel Male (KEN), July 01, 2014
BUNGEI, Emmanuel Kipchumba (KEN), July 01, 2014
MLELWA, John (TAN), July 01, 2014
CAMARENA RODRIGUEZ, Edwin (PAN), June 05, 2014
GALVEZ MARTINEZ, Anel (PAN), June 05, 2014
MORENO GOVEA, Jorge (PAN), June 05, 2014
ARCA, Randy Afuang (CAE), May 13, 2014
BAJAMONDE, Christopher Rey Rebise (CAE), May 13, 2014
CAÑETE, Mark Louie Jumapao (CAE), May 13, 2014
FORTUNA, Eduardo Jr. Boyonas (CAE), May 13, 2014
PARK, Hyo-Jin Francisco (KOR), February 08, 2014
JANG, Jong-Hyup Paolo (KOR), February 08, 2014
JANG, Dae-Geon Andrea (KOR), February 08, 2014
VÁSQUEZ PASMIÑO, Roy Andrés (IQU), January 25, 2014
CENEPO SAQUIRAY, Brian Junior (IQU), January 25, 2014
FARFAN REANO, Riverson (APU), January 25, 2014
FERREIRA, Thulio Luis (BRM), January 12, 2014
FERREIRA, Tailer Douglas (BRM), January 12, 2014
SANTOS DE CARVALHO, Leandro (BRM), January 12, 2014
ALVES GOMES, Alisson Paulo (BRM), January 12, 2014

We pray for:

GARCIA GOMEZ, José Fernando (HIS), October 15, 2017
CERULO, Mennato (ITA), October 14, 2017
SOTO ZAVALA, Manuel (MEC), August 31, 2017
GONZALEZ RODRIGUEZ, Julian (CAS), August 16, 2017
VILLAREAL PALER, Joseph (ORI), August 15, 2017
GONZALEZ AYALA, José Ezequiel (MEC), August 12, 2017
GELDER, Lambert (Bart) van (HOL), August 05, 2017
RIVAS GONZALEZ, Antonio F. José (HIS), August 01, 2017
LOIZAGA ULLIBARRI, Angel Ruiz de (PHI), July 24, 2017
DÜNNINGER, Andreas (Karl) (GER), July 22, 2017
MARSH, Ninian (CAN), July 09, 2017
GALLOGLY, Francis X (VIL), July 07, 2017
O’CONNOR, Joseph X (VIL), June 19, 2017
BLANCO SANCHEZ, Juan Carlos (MEX), June 13, 2017
RODRIGUEZ OREJAS, José (CAS), June 10, 2017
MATEOS GARCIA, Miguel (PHI), May 31, 2017
ALVAREZ GONZALEZ, Abel (PHI), May 22, 2017
EZCURRA PEREZ DE FONTECHA, Santiago (PHI), May 19, 2017
CALLE VILLEGAS, Julian (COL), May 06, 2017
RODRIGUEZ OLMO, Felix (CAS), May 06, 2017
BUDIL, Jan (ABR), April 19, 2017
PANIAGUA RAMOS, Santos (PHI), April 17, 2017
HULSHOFF, Hans (HOL), April 10, 2017
SANTAMARTA TORRE, Luciano (HIS), March 26, 2017
MARBAN SANTAMARTA, José Luis (HIS), March 25, 2017
GOMEZ GUADARRAMA, Jose Guadalupe (MEX), February 24, 2017
FORTUNE, Finbarr Gerald (HIB), February 23, 2017
HARTIGAN, Daniel J. (CHI), February 17, 2017
YBARRA CARRILLO, David (MEX), February 15, 2017
PEREZ, William A. (CHI), February 11, 2017
GARCIA GUTIERREZ, Eliseo (CAS), January 26, 2017
MARTINEZ FERNANDEZ, Alipio (CAS), January 18, 2017
LO VERME, Giuseppe (ITA), January 18, 2017
LOPEZ MENDOZA, Enrigue (MEX), January 14, 2017
KRETZER, Armin (Hermann) (GER), January 01, 2017
VILLACORTA ALONSO, Moises (HIS), December 30, 2016
DIEZ GABELA, Jose Luis (CAS), December 19, 2016
HOOFD, Charles (HOL), December 14, 2016
ENGELHARDT, Godehard (GER), December 13, 2016
BEVILACQUA, Jerome (CAL), December 11, 2016
BARJA FERNANDEZ, Candido (PHI), December 05, 2016
JIMENEZ MEDINA, Nicolas (MEC), November 22, 2016
DEL CONTE, Eugene (VIL), November 20, 2016
MERINO MARCOS, Laurentino (HIS), November 10, 2016
ALCALDE DE ARRIBA, Feliciano (MAT), November 03, 2016
FERNANDEZ LUENGOS, Jose Maria (HIS), October 19, 2016
PAUL, Edelbert (GER), October 17, 2016
BALESTRI, Guido (ITA), October 13, 2016
ORTIZ, Maximo J. (VIL), October 12, 2016
FARIAS CONCHA, Clemente (CHL), September 30, 2016
ESCUDERO PARRA, Ismael (PHI), September 13, 2016
SMETSERS, Jan P. (HOL), September 07, 2016
IRAOLA MICHELENA, Javier (CAS), August 26, 2016
UGIDOS DIEZ, Juan Luis (MAT), August 19, 2016
RIVERA PATIÑO, Jose Luis (MEC), August 15, 2016
LOPEZ ORTIZ, Juan Jose Narciso Alfonso (MEC), August 12, 2016
ROZESTRATEN, Leo P. P. (HOL), July 29, 2016
MARTINEZ GUANI, Juventino Fernando (MEX), July 26, 2016
GIULIANI, Luigi (ITA), July 23, 2016
CALVO MARTIN, Isidoro (HIS), June 23, 2016
DENNY, John T. (VIL), June 20, 2016
MARTINEZ MARTINEZ, Jose Estanislao (MEC), June 03, 2016
GUZMAN RAMIREZ, Alfonso Tarsicio (MEC), June 03, 2016
TOLEDO ESPITIA, Reginaldo (MEX), April 17, 2016
CUERPO ESTEBAN, Isaac (HIS), April 15, 2016
GARCIA MANDILLO, Emilio José (HIS), April 09, 2016
AQUILINA, Paul (MEL), April 02, 2016
KAUFMANN, Leonhard (Werner) (GER), April 01, 2016
SANTAMARTA YUGUEROS, Modesto (CAS), March 26, 2016
FERNANDEZ GARCIA, Maximino (CAS), March 22, 2016
MELCHIORRI, Mario (ITA), March 20, 2016
MAASSEN, Hans W.M. (HOL), March 15, 2016
MARTINEZ PEREZ, Alipio (PHI), March 10, 2016
LAWLESS, George P. (VIL), March 09, 2016
QUIRKE, Brendan (HIB), February 27, 2016
MC NABB, Bishop John (CHI), February 26, 2016
DOWLING, Sean (HIB), February 18, 2016
PASTRO APARICIO, Angel (PHI), February 11, 2016
LINDEN, Johan van der (BEL), January 30, 2016
NOORDS, Bernardus Johannes (HOL), January 26, 2016
FERNANDEZ SOLIS, Lucio (PER), January 22, 2016
MODINO DE LUCAS, Miguel (MAT), January 20, 2016
MACIA FERNANDEZ, Baldomero (PHI), January 18, 2016
BOCANEGRA RELLOSO, Pablo (CAS), January 16, 2016
RADEMAKER, Clement Th. (HOL), January 08, 2016
VAN CALSTER, Fr. Filip (Eewaarde) (BEL), January 04, 2016

International Augustinian Education Congress 2017


The International Augustinian Education Congress took place at Villanova University from July 24-28, 2017. More than 150 participants from over 50 of our Augustinian Centers of Education attended the Congress with representation from 25 different countries. The theme of the Congress was Augustinian Pedagogy: A Passion for Education.

Most of the congress was hosted on the campus of Villanova University in the USA, with visits to Malvern Preparatory School and St. Augustine Parish in Philadelphia on Wednesday morning and afternoon.

The congress included spoken presentations, networking opportunities, liturgical celebrations, delicious meals, and creative workshops. Each of the workshops provided opportunities for interaction between the presenters and participants. Each participating center of education was able to share information about their Augustinian school with other participants. At the conclusion of the congress, many people commented on the valuable opportunity the congress provided to meet so many colleagues in education and to learn from each other how we teach and learn in our centers.

Congratulations and thank you to all who participated in this congress and to all who serve in the ministry of Augustinian Education.

Here is a link for more information and pictures Congress Page