The fork in the road is the motive of the jubilee

0
429

The fork in the road is the motive of the jubilee

JUBILEE Rome, Rosa silva/mda. Since the world began, we have been looking for path: is the way to be happy, is a way to change your life, is a kind of way of linked to my heart, to reveal a true I, only I can feel it. In this year’s jubilee (1914-2014), god called on us to join the jubilee. Schoenstatt, through its children, is making a pilgrimage on this road. The pilgrims came from the Latin peregrinus and became pelegrinus in the middle ages. The meaning goes through a profound evolution: a pelegrinus is a Christian looking for something sacred. In religion and ancient culture,

Schoenstatt, through its children, is making a pilgrimage on this road. The pilgrims came from the Latin peregrinus and became pelegrinus in the middle ages. The meaning goes through a profound evolution: a pelegrinus is a Christian looking for something sacred. In religious and ancient cultures, the pilgrimage is one of the most intense periods of collective and personal religious life.

“Beyond the reality of this world view”

On every pilgrimage, men and women are raising rates to a central point. But the pilgrim has a specific motive, which is very different from that of a traveller for business, political or family purposes, or visiting friends, or taking part in a education meeting. A pilgrim is a traveler who pursues “a completely different”, a “reality beyond this world vision”.

Thinking, living, loving organically helps us to be ready, we have already walked through our emotions and hearts. The moment in which the sanctuary we choose actually exists, though it is true, is not visible in many ways. Our Schoenstatt youth have gone through many roads over the past 100 years, and they have gone through many mysteries involving our different branches, different tasks.

Today, we live on the path of many young people who gave their lives to the virgin Mary. They do not realize that she is ready to our path, just like we don’t realize that we are preparing for the next generation way, today is invisible, with the passage of time, god can see. The path we take today can be the light of many other young people in the future, and the sanctity of our demands today will enable many to choose god in different ways on the journey.

The anniversary of the youth commemorates the pilgrimage of Rome

With this deep reflection, Rosana Silva invited the Schoenstatt youth (not just them) to prepare for the anniversary of the anniversary of their youth. Schoenstatt youth has started before meeting in February 2014, the jubilee hajj, movement of the consultant from 33 countries and representatives of the whole family decided to celebrate the activity way, way, time and place… The men’s youth torchbearers competition will be held on October 17 at schoenstadt. Other activities include: Mary in January 2014, the Crusades, and each a preacher, all the youth and the university’s mission, mission: pace (country), in Chile, Portugal youth mission. The list also includes the solidarity and youth mission programs of Patria Nueva,

Rosana Silva of the Schoenstatt women’s college in Lisbon, Portugal, is an adviser to the women’s youth team at Lisbon, and is affiliated with the head of the Rome youth team in 2014. In July, she coordinated the youth mission of Lisbon in guinea-bissau. She commented: “this project is in full compliance with Pope Francis’s request. The blessed mother was very happy in Bissau. Bishop Pedro Zilli of guinea-bissau Bafata will celebrate his 100th anniversary in Rome. It is a great joy for all of us. ”

Where shall we go? What did we conquer the year of jubilee?

Roxana silva hopes to invite the sherenstadt youth, not only those who will be physically in Rome, but also all who will be on the spiritual pilgrimage.

We want to be united in response to this mystery of the youth’s mission to the next 100 years. All our capitulation, conquest and holiness have become the marks of our path to Rome. I have invited each of the Schoenstatt youth to share how they can prepare for the jubilee in a physical and spiritual pilgrimage, answering the following questions:

Where shall we go? What did we conquer the year of jubilee?

Is there any difficulty along the way, not necessary? What’s necessary on the way, not hard?

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here