KONGREGATION DER SCHWESTERN
VOM GÖTTLICHEN ERLÖSER
Mar 27, 2022 - Apr 7, 2022
The Canonical Visitation of the Hungarian Province was made by the Superior General, Sr. Johanna Vogl
At the time of this visitation the Hungarian Province has 19 final professed Sisters. The Sisters work in their own institutions. The elderly and the sick Sisters live in the Assisting Living Home in Piliscsaba.
The visitation of the Superior General is to support the spiritual renewal of the Sisters. It is also a time of encouragement and to reevaluate of life how the Sisters respond to the current needs of people and if their community life and work respond to the goals of our Congregation.
Feb 16, 2022
The Regional Chapter of Elections of the American Region
First Session – February 16, 2022
Second Session – March 9, 2022
Motto of the Regional Chapter:
“We are called to fan into flame the gift that God gives us” (2 Tim 1:6).
Jan 23, 2022 - Mar 4, 2022
The Canonical visitation is held in the Slovak Province by the Provincial Superior, Sr. M. Dária Motyková
Motto: “And whatever you do, in word or in deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” (Col 3,17)
Theme: “How we practice our charism.”
In the time of visitation, there are 15 communities in the Slovak Province with 160 perpetually professed Sisters and one temporary professed Sister and one Candidate.
Jan 10, 2022 - Jan 28, 2022
The Canonical visitation is held in the Austrian Province by the Superior General, Sr. Johanna Vogl
Motto: “It was not you who chose me, but I who chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit that will remain.” (Jn 15:16)
Theme: “Dialog with reality.“ (Pope Francis)
In the time of visitation, there are 40 perpetually professed Sisters in the Austrian Province. Although only one Sister of the Austrian Province works in a school, the Province owns schools where the Sisters perform important ministries, as it is pastoral or other apostolic work in our and other institutions The elderly and the sick Sisters try to accept their phase of life consciously. This period of life is particularly marked by prayer and suffering. Thus, the Congregation and the Church grow in strength through the fruitfulness and perseverance on the path of vocation.