We received many encouraging messages for the start of our Online Discernment Process and we are happy to share them with you. Dear Sisters, One and All, We celebrate with you this opening day of the long awaited GC! May the Spirit of God and that of Mary Ward flow through all of your conversations,
On 14 July 2021, the Online Discernment Process of the Congregatio Jesu began. The time of preparation for the General Congregation began with a solemn online liturgy in which all participants expressed their willingness to commit themselves wholeheartedly to the process over the next three and a half weeks. Jane Livesey, the Superior General of
Today, on the 14th July 2021, we begin our meeting to prepare for the General Congregation. 59 participants – 51 CJ and 8 IBVM – will gather online for this Pre-GC Discernment Process. They will be helped in their discernment by the steering group and by the secretariat, translators and technology support. Much preparation has
We prepared a picture with a quote of Mary Ward for every day of the Online Discernment Process. You will find them in the blog – one picture and one quote a day. At the end of the process, you will find the whole collection of those quotes by clicking on this link: www.congregatiojesu.org/quotes
The General Leadership Report to the whole membership of the CJ for the years 2012 to 2020 is now available in the members’ area of the CJ website. The Report is currently in the three official languages of the General Congregation: English, Spanish and German.
As the nationwide lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic affected people, we the St. Mary’s 21 Community reached out to people by distributing the dry ration kits, including rice, wheat flour, cooking oil, pulse and sugar. We have reached out to 17 deserving families. Realizing the importance of using masks we also involved our Mary Ward
Sada Sahay Mata Convent Kapoori Meja, Allahabad conducted five days summer camp for children from 21st June to 26th June 2021. 17 children took part in the camp. During these days children were taught the importance of prayer, discipline, education and health. In order to bring out their inborn talents, they were also taught art