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The Italian version of David Neuhold's study on Fr. Dehon has been published by Edizioni Dehoniane of Bologna: "Mission and Church, Money and Nation. Four perspectives on Léon Dehon, founder of the Priests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus". This work offers a very innovative approach to the person of our founder, examining his personality, his acting and thinking in the contexts indicated by the title of the book. As…
The Superior General of the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, - considering the results of the election of the Provincial Superior and his Councilors by the members of the South African Province held on December 4, 2019;- having obtained the consent of the General Council in its meeting held on December 16, 2019;- according to n. 111 of the Constitutions;   confirms the election of…
The Superior General of the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart of Jesus,- considering the results of the consultation among the members of the Argentina Province;- having obtained the consent of the General Council in its meeting held on December 16, 2019;- according to nn. 126-127 of the Constitutions and the General Directory; appoints the following members to the Provincial Administration of the Argentina Province: Provincial Superior: Fr.…
Let us be the change we want to see in the world (Adaptation of Mahatma Ghandi’s quote)   The journey of the Magi is our story. It is our Dehonian faith story (Gal. 2:20). The Magi search for God in places and events they would not expect and encounter the self-gift of God in “the gift of the unexpected” (His Way is Our Way).  Immediately falling on their knees, they…
  The capital city of Caracas seems to have stood still in time, or gone back to the 1950s, where resources were scarce and poverty was a daily companion. There are old cars, barefoot and dirty children walking on the streets, many beggars, a crowd of street vendors selling trinkets, cigarettes, old things, and, to make matters worse, a lot of trash on the ground. Garbage is what you see…