Since 2001, the World Social Forum has gathered leaders from around the world to exchange ideas, experiences, reflections, and more. The Comboni Missionaries have been part of the WSF from the beginning and this year was no different. Below is information from Fr. Daniele Moschetti about WSF 2018 which was held in Brazil. https://cld.bz/oOVqwuu
"Once we start to think about the kind of world we are leaving to future generations, we look at things differently; we realize that the world is a gift which we have freely received and must share with others." - Pope Francis Every year on April 22 we celebrate Earth Day. In
April 22, 2018 is the 55th annual World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Please join us in praying for our missions, priests, and those discerning a call to join the congregation. To learn more about vocations with the Comboni Missionaries click here.
By: Fr. Daniele Moschetti, Comboni Missionary Introduction After independence from Britain on January 1, 1956, the southern Sudan region mostly black remained united with the North of the Sudan which is Arab and Muslim. The religious presence was mixed with two large majorities, Animist and Christian and a minority 7-8% of Muslims
Originally Published in Mondo e Missioni Magazine (October 2017). This article was translated from Italian to English by Father Daniele Moschetti ; edited by AFJN staff Lauren Rogers and Jacques Bahati. Permission to reproduce, translate and distribute was granted by the Author. Thousands of deaths, millions of refugees, an unprecedented humanitarian crisis.
Catholic Task Force for Africa (CTFA) – Washington DC Religious at the United Nations (RUN) – New York March 27, 2018Your Eminence, Your Excellencies, Message of Solidarity and Prayers We are members of the Catholic Task Force for Africa (CTFA), a group of Catholic organizations in the Washington, DC Metro Area of the United
Holy Week is a beautiful time in the Church's liturgical calendar. People all over the world celebrate with prayer, Mass, processions, and re-enactments. In this video, Fr. Joseph Bragotti shares stories from his time in Guatemala. From the patiently created, beautiful alfombras to surprise guests joining a Good Friday re-enactment. We hope
Born in Povegliano Veronese, hilly agricultural land south of the river Adige and west of Verona—the Gateway to the wine land of Valpodicella—Father Luigi Zanotto bubbled to life November 21, 1940. He began working in the vineyard of the Lord after his priestly ordination in Povegliano June 30,1968. His first assignment was
The roots of the liturgical observance of Holy Week go back to the second century. Benedictine Fr. Juan Javier Flores Arcas said in a 2006 interview "The most ancient original core of Holy Week is the Easter Vigil, of which there were traces already in the second century of the Christian era.