“O youth, you can conquer the world, no more no less!” This theme reverberated as more than 100 young people from the different islands of the Philippines gathered virtually for the launching.
A large group of young teachers and university professors joined the webinar to share good educational practices and approaches in the country in this pandemic situation that imposes intensive use of technology and online teaching. It was the second forum organized by the Poveda Center for Educators Formation (PCEF) and the Circle of Discernment.
The boys of the Bana Ya Poveda Center have celebrated in a special way the feast of St. Pedro Poveda and continue with enthusiasm their education, working in the garden, in their job training, in the computer classroom... rebuilding their lives above all.
The commemoration of the martyrdom of Pedro Poveda in Japan has brought together virtually more than forty people, members of the TA, friends and others whose knowledge of the Institution and its founder was very limited.
With gratitude, hope and joy, a group of us commemorated the arrival of the Teresian Association to this Central American country by coming together for holy Mass. In addition to those of us who could attend in person, others could take part via technological means. They were from different parts of this country and from various parts of Asia, Europe and America.
Haiti, the poorest country in the American continent and one of the poorest in the world, is once again on the news, in the newspapers... As it usually happens, the cause is a terrible catastrophe, one more for a people who were still trying to recover from the earthquake that devastated the country in 2010.
InteRed, the Teresian Association NGDO, inaugurates on September 1 a new location for its headquarters in a street with historical and affective components that are linked to the biography of San Pedro Poveda.
A new book in Italian about the founder of the Teresian Association has been published by the San Paolo publishing house. It is entitled Pedro Poveda - Un dialogo fede-cultura (Pedro Poveda – faith and culture in dialogue).
On 17 June last, Raquel Pérez Sanjuán received the Charism Award for Education granted by the Spanish Conference of Religious CONFER. Raquel Pérez is Director of the Spanish Episcopal Commission for Education and Culture. Since last February she is a member of the State School Council attached to the Spanish Ministry of Education.
A virtual meeting. SPAIN
A joint Guadix-Granada Solidarity Day at the beginning of June was dedicated to projects that the TA is running in Equatorial Guinea. Online communication made it possible for members and friends of the TA in Andalusia to learn a little more about the situation in that African country.
A VIRTUAL MEETING
Intergenerational dialogue focused on the Global Compact on Education − advocated by Pope Francis − as part of our Socio-educational Project (PSE) Educating in difficult times.