Entries by SIS-MSCS

Tomorrow starts the novena in honor of Blessed John Baptist  Scalabrini

Tomorrow, the novena in honor of Blessed John Baptist  Scalabrini will start in the Cathedral of Piacenza. The initiative is promoted by the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo, Scalabrinians in preparation for the liturgical Feast of the Father of the Migrants, Blessed Scalabrini on June 1st. The prayers begins at 5.30 pm every day, […]

Young ladies received in the Novitiate

Melrose Park. IL. Today, on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, the Patron of the Province, four young ladies from Mexico and Indonesia, give their willingness to continue their vocational journey and they are accepted in the Novitiate Formation. They were received by Sr.  Maria Manuela Amaral, mscs, Novice Directress and the Provincial Councilor […]

Buona Pasqua!

Non muri ma ponti é quanto ci dice Papa Francesco; i muri abbattuti dalla forza della Resurrezione diventano terreno per una nuova chiesa, una nuova società e tutti collaboriamo con Dio. Buona Pasqua!   Superiora Generale e Consigliere Sr. Neusa de Fatima Mariano, mscs Sr. Etra Modica, mscs Sr. Marlene Vieira, mscs Sr. Albertina Pauletti, […]

United Way visited the Casa Migrante

Juarez, Mexico: The President of the  United Way visited the Casa del Migrante and the benefactor of the shelter. He came from the USA to visit  and have a direct experience and encounter with the migrants and refugess,  heard their  first hand testimonies. He also offered some gifts like T-shirts, and some snacks that somehow […]

USCCB request for Venezuelan Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops are urging the US government to protect around 150,000 Venezuelans from deportation to their home country, which is in the grips of an economic and political crisis. On Thursday, a Letter was sent  by Bishop Joe Vásquez of Austin, Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Migration, and Sean […]

Migrant women: brave and eager to live/survive

The migratory phenomenon of the northern triangle of Central America (Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador), has historical roots and is a product of cultural, economic and political integration of the countries that comprise this region. Since the 20th century, and especially since the beginning of the armed conflicts, the populations of Central American migrants sought […]

Believing in the promise and in God’s blessing

First Communication for the VIIº Congregational Course for Formators The VIIº Congregational Course for Formators from February 1 until February 15, 2019, was held in San Carlos Eventos e Hospedagems, Jundiaí, SP. This has the objective, “ To believe in the promise and in God’s blessing who precedes us to indicate the way. ” The […]

Another migrant child dies in US custody

Another boy, who’s not being named, was taken to hospital in New Mexico after falling ill. He was treated and released, but later his condition deteriorated, he was re-admitted but died on Christmas day. An investigation has been launched into these two tragedies amidst this humanitarian exodus. This follows the death several days ago of […]