The way we are formed shapes how we live our apostolic religious life. That is why we want to orientate all formation activities towards the integration of human and spiritual value into our daily life. This means attentively caring for our formation, accompanying and supporting all those involved in this process.
The formation community at Sacred Heart Monastery welcomed Fr. Stephen Huffstetter, SCJ, to speak about what it means to be a missionary, to have a missionary spirit.
Today it is evident that vocation for discipleship, as it presents itself in its visible aspects of real life, is struggling to attract new people of quality and creativity. This is also due to the fact that the premises of many models of religious life are not viable today even from the theological aspect.
interculturality is a way of life
17 young men made their first profession.
The pandemic does not stop the formation and missionary projects.
Minor seminary in Indonesia introduces Diaspora seminary life