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Lead to the Mystery of  Easter—Our Covenant

Lead to the Mystery of Easter—Our Covenant

From among the many elements of the Easter liturgy, there is one particular action that draws us directly into the mysteries of salvation: the renewal of the baptismal promises. Baptism is the first consecration that we ever made in our lives. It incorporated us into...

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A Family that Lives from 18th to 18th

A Family that Lives from 18th to 18th

By Sister María Victoria Villalón In each Schoenstatt Shrine there is a jar with the words: “Nothing without you, MTA, nothing without us.” Throughout the month, this jar is filled with the contributions of all those who visit the shrine of the Mother Thrice Admirable...

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We Go to Joseph!

We Go to Joseph!

We Go to Joseph! Sister M. Anna Astell   In a year dedicated to Saint Joseph what could be more fitting than to take time to raise our hearts and voices to the earthly guardian of our Lord and of the Blessed Mother. Sister M. Anna Astell, from the Schoenstatt Sisters...

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Woman Touched by God

Woman Touched by God

Woman Touched by God, Authentic Reflection of Mary By Sister M. Deanne Niehaus Celebrating the Great Jubilee  December 8, 2020, marked the 100th anniversary of women in Schoenstatt. This jubilee speaks to us of the value of Father Kentenich’s educational methods,...

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The feast of Light

The feast of Light

The Feast of Light The Feast of February 2, which has been given its ancient name, the Presentation of the Lord, should also be considered as a joint commemoration of the Son and of the Mother. This celebration of Jesus and Mary goes back to the fifth century in...

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Reflection on the Year’s Motto

Reflection on the Year’s Motto

Reflection on the Year’s Motto January 18, 2021 Words from Father PushpaToday, as we offer the many sacrifices to the capital of grace for this first month 2021, we are grateful that they are 7,000 contributions. It is a significant jump from almost 4,000 that were...

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January 20th

January 20th

It was January 20, 1942. Fr. Kentenich was in a prison cell in Koblenz, Germany, imprisoned by the Nazis. He had been given a physical examination a few days earlier and had been determined healthy enough to go into the Dachau concentration camp. To go to the...

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We pray for our country!

We pray for our country!

PRAYER FOR OUR COUNTRY: From her network of Schoenstatt shrines, our MTA intercedes peace for each person in our Church, country, and world:   As I have taken my abode in this shrine, I would like to draw to my heart for all time all who have consecrated themselves to...

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The Place Where We Are Rooted

The Place Where We Are Rooted

The Place Where We Are Rooted  Kayla Doll lives in Milwaukee, where she attends UWM. She is the diocesan leader of the Schoenstatt Young Women, and she shares with us about the significance of Covenant Sunday.  My earliest memories of going to Covenant Sundays were...

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