28 Jun, 2021

Barcelona (Spain), 06/28/2021, Sr. Gemma Morató Sendra.- Over again, for the second colloquium for the celebration of the eight hundred years of the Dies Natalis of St. Dominic and three hundred twenty five years of the foundation of our Congregation. On June 26th, we gave the floor to professor Juan David Ospina Ospina. 

Juan David Ospina has a degree in Philosophy with an emphasis on political and economic from the University of Santo Tomás de Aquino in Medellín, and a theologian degree from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Medellín, a Theologian degree from the Universidad Santo Tomás de Bogotá, Bachelor in Sacred Theology from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana and a Magister in Psychopedagogy from the University of Barcelona (Spain). At present, Juan David Ospina is a teacher in the course of formation in Dominicanism that the Catholic University of Manizales, offers to the sisters of the Congregation and lay people who collaborate in our missions.

The next meeting is scheduled for July 31 at 3 p.m. Central European Time.

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19 Jun, 2021

Caracas (Venezuela), 06/19/2021, Sr. Nícida Amparo Díaz Leal.- They could not find a place to lay their heads; this is the daily tragedy of the refugees. In this reflection, I would like to dwell on the dynamic of see, judge and act, because it allows us to better understand the subject and helps us to be aware of our commitment to a service of fraternal charity with our brothers and sisters who are refugees.

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16 Jun, 2021

Karrada - Bagdad (Iraq), 06/16/2021, Sr. Thérèse Hélène, Principal of the school.- Located in the heart of the city of Bagdad, our educational institution is composed of a Pre-school, Primary school and a Supplementary school which started this year (2021). We simultaneously provide two programs, of the State and the one of the school (A program enriched in Arabic, French and English), in order to offer a wide variety of choices and orientations in the life of the children. At all levels, classes are animated in the spirit of the Congregation of the Dominican Sisters of Charity of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin, whose mission is to provide children and youth, a human formation based on love and respect for one another. Certainly, values and strong convictions guide our whole pedagogical focus: to educate, transmit, announce and celebrate the Word of the Gospel.

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