In the Cathedral of Rossano-Cariati (Italy), at the conclusion of the Chrism Mass celebrated on May 11, Lia Panera, member of the Teresian Association received ecclesial recognition for her many years of dedication and volunteer work for the diocesan Caritas.
TA member Milly Hellers preaches at the Octave of Our Lady of Consolation in Luxembourg Cathedral.
A few days ago, Inés Carbajal received the 6th Award for Professional Work for Fair Trade from the City Council of León. The award recognises her efforts in promoting the dissemination and commercialisation of the work carried out by the women of the KURTA project in India.
Our Easter journey was preceded by three online conversations on the social encyclical Laudato Si’ (LS) entitled “A Culture of Care” with Jane Mellett who is actively involved in spreading the message of the encyclical. She is the LS Officer with Trócaire, the international development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland, the equivalent of Caritas in many countries She is also a member of the LS Working Group-Ireland.
The Bana Ya Poveda Centre in Kinshasa provides street children with school and vocational training, helping in their family and social reintegration. The Centre is a lively and busy place.
A work assignment has opened up horizons for a sewing workshop in which students with special needs are trained at the TA Education Centre in Malabo.
WE ARE INVOLVED
The Teresian Association, as has been mentioned on several occasions, supports the Global Educational Pact to which Pope Francis is calling believers and non-believers.
Young people joining TA groups in Peru celebrate an ‘open’ Easter Triduum with the theme "From a distance, together in faith”. They share their experience in a short letter.
It is the second year of Project FORTH, an Erasmus plus capacity building project in Higher Education co funded by the European Commission on “Formation of Teachers in Emerging Challenged Areas of the Philippines” (FORTH).