Evangelization

The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2016

Posted by on Oct 9, 2016 in Evangelization, news | Comments Off on The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2016

The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2016

The pastoral project for the pilgrims on the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) was conducted for the fourth consecutive year at “Alphonsus House in Astorga”.  The volunteers formed an international community that helped pilgrims passing by Astorga in July and August. This year the community was formed of Religious and lay Redemptorists of the Province of Madrid and of other Units from Europe and North America. 61 volunteers (adults, youth and children)  worked during these two months. Each one worked at least one or two weeks. 11...

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The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2015

Posted by on Sep 6, 2015 in Evangelization, news | Comments Off on The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2015

The Ministry of the Redemptorists to Pilgrims in Astorga 2015

  For the third consecutive year the Secretariat for Evangelization of the Province of Madrid, with the support of the Conference of Redemptorists of Europe, has established an international community for the pastoral care of pilgrims on the “Camino de Santiago”, in Astorga (Spain). This year the international community was composed of 20 Religious and lay Redemptorists: 3 priests CSsR (2 Prov. Madrid and 1 Prov. Buenos Aires); 1 deacon CSsR (Prov. London); 4 students CSsR (1 Prov. St. Clement and 3 Prov. France), and 12 lay people from Spain...

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The plans of the Secretariat for Evangelization in 2015

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Evangelization, news | Comments Off on The plans of the Secretariat for Evangelization in 2015

The plans of the Secretariat for Evangelization in 2015

The plans of the Secretariat for Evangelization in 2015 The evaluation of the work of the Secretariat in the last two years and the plans for 2015 were the main tasks during the meeting on 14 February 2015 in Rome. The working group of the New Missionary Initiatives for RECAMP 2015 invites (from 27th July to 2nd August) to Venice (Italy). The experiences and the feedback from the last REDCAMP in Krakow 2014 (Poland) helped to improve the programme and the vision in which way the Religious and lay Redemptorists, from so many various countries...

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The Preparatory Commission for REDCAMP 2015

Posted by on Dec 29, 2014 in Evangelization, news, NIM | Comments Off on The Preparatory Commission for REDCAMP 2015

The Preparatory Commission for REDCAMP 2015

The Preparatory Commission for the next REDCAMP (Redemptorist Camp of Evangelization) met in Venice from 9th to 10th December 2014. There were 10 Redemptorists and Lay Co-workers from Italy, Poland, France, Portugal and Philippines. The meeting was organized by the New Missionary Initiatives Commission, which is part of the New Evangelization Secretariat of CRE. During the discussions there was an evaluation of REDCAMP 2014, which was held in Cracow. All the feedback helped to prepare and strategise for the 2015 project. The work was carried...

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Redemptorist Pilgrims ministry in Astorga

Posted by on Sep 7, 2014 in Evangelization, news | Comments Off on Redemptorist Pilgrims ministry in Astorga

Redemptorist Pilgrims ministry in Astorga

Between July 1st and August 28th 2014, the Redemptorist Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Astorga has become one of the spiritual centres of the Camino de Santiago. Every day at 9pm, pilgrims and Redemptorist volunteers shared night prayer, culminating with the Blessing of Pilgrims. The number of pilgrims participating in the Prayer varies every day: some days there are 60, other days no more than 2. But the number did not matter, because this is a service to those who walk along this ancient penitential pilgrimage. The Redemptorists,...

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Evangelization

Posted by on Mar 10, 2013 in Evangelization | Comments Off on Evangelization

This Secretariat tries to accomplish certain tasks around our “Apostolic Priorities” approved by our Assembly of CRE in Dublin in 2011. These priorities speak of the four groups of people to whom in a special way we want to address our mission in Europe, namely, to people affected by increased secularization and contemporary human issues; to young people; to ‘migrants’ and to ‘those left behind’; to people abandoned in some way by, or distanced from, ordinary pastoral care.Because of these priorities, we created a few “working groups” which...

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