First Women in Schoenstatt

First Women in Schoenstatt:

Theresia Walz


Theresia Walz was one of these Marian persons formed during the early years of women belonging to Schoenstatt.

Sister Mirjam Bleyle

Part 1
In this reflection we look at the conference given by Sister Mirjam Bleyle, who joined Schoenstatt in 1923.

Part 2
In this continuation Sister Miriam Bleyle shows three more qualities of our founder from the time he was the director of the Apostolic Movement of Schoenstatt: his teaching, his spirit of prayer, and his drive to conquer the world.

Emilie Engel

Father Kentenich said: If the Apostolic Movement [of Schoenstatt] should become a world-embracing apostolic work, then women may not be missing.

Gertraud von Bullion

The year 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of women officially joining Schoenstatt for the first time. What was the situation like in Germany in 1920, less than two years after the end of the First World War?