Our Feast day celebration of St. Ignatius in Asansol. Happy feast! Sr Lucia
Greetings from Loyola, where we prayed especially for our congregation and the participants at the Pre-GC Discernment process. Adina and the participants gathered in San Sebastián
Greeting from the IBVM English Region for the Feast of St Ignatius From May 2021 until July 2022, the Society of Jesus celebrates an Ignatian Year to mark the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius’ conversion — we remember the cannonball experience as the beginning of a discerning way of being. ‘Ignatius spent time in convalescence
With greeting from Sr Cecilia
These photos have been taken by Sr Paula Montano with the invitation to use them as prayer postcards. Thank you very much, Sr Paula!
Dear companions in the Lord, On Saturday 31 July, the feast of St Ignatius, there will be a celebration of St Ignatius by Zoom. It is centred on the CJ pre-GC event, but all members of both congregations are most welcome to join in, and we hope there will be many of you. It will
“Human Trafficking is a crime against humanity and an open wound on the body of contemporary society” —- Pope Francis Today is The World Day against Trafficking in Persons. It is life giving to know that many of our Mary Ward family members are involved in fighting against this modern slavery. We are reminded by
“To referr all to God” – Mary Ward “A pilgrim’s greeting from Mariazell, where we prayed for our CJ and IBVM.” Bianca, Johanna, Brigitta and Ingeborg from St. Pölten
On Tuesday 27th July all participants had a day off from the Online Discernment Process and Sr. Cynthia and Sr. Pratima decided to spend part of it enjoying fishing.
The sisters of the Indian Provinces and Regions are gathered for the Online Discernment Process and used this rare opportunity for two special events: As it was Sr Daisy’s birthday, they had a celebreation with a special meal, a cake and home-made ice cream. We will share Sr Lucias ice-cream receipe below. The second event
This year, the feast of Saint Ignatius of Loyola is a special one. First, because it comes during the year designated as Ignatius 500, which commemorates the 500th anniversary of the wounding of the founder of the Jesuits during a battle in Pamplona in 1521 – an event that changed the course of his life.