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News and Events

News and Events... Updated regularly

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Happy 278th Birthday

of the 

               Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer!    

 

On this day, 9th November,

the Redemptorists

were founded in 1732.

Enjoy the day! 

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Fr Provincial was in Slovakia at the end of last month, preaching a city wide mission and

giving input to our brother novices and to our dear sisters at the Kezmarok monastery.

 

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Below we see some of the photos:

- With some of the community and the novices

- Father with some of the sisters and the computer

- Outdoors!

- Doing some work!

- With some of the sisters and postulants

- Alone enjoying the Tatra mountains (running along the border of Poland and Slovakia).

 

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Archbishop's Ordination Highlights

For those of you would like to see Archbishop Tobin's ordination highlight, go to this page where you will find four short ordination films;

Laying on of hands, Receiving crozier and mitre, Condensed ceremony highlights, and a Message from Archbishop Tobin.

 

The website www.redemptorist.info has many good international features of our Congregation!

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50 Years in Zimbabwe!

Wonderful celebrations have taken place in Zimbabwe to mark our Golden Jubilee there! 

As ever the brothers worked exceptionally hard to make sure the celebrations went off without any problems!

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Congratulations to all the brothers celebrating these 50 Years!

50 Years in Zimbabwe!

Wonderful celebrations have taken place in Zimbabwe to mark our Golden Jubilee there! 

As ever the brothers worked exceptionally hard to make sure the celebrations went off without any problems!

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Congratulations to all the brothers celebrating these 50 Years!

A MESSAGE FROM THE REGIONAL SUPERIOR

 

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Golden Jubilee 1960-2010

ON THE OCCASION OF THE CELEBRATION

OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE

CONGREGATION OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER IN ZIMBABWE

 

To all Redemptorists

 

The celebration of fifty years of the presence and work of the Redemptorists in Zimbabwe is an occasion of great joy, for us, and for Redemptorists elsewhere. The coming of age of our mission here is the achievement and commitment of generations of confreres from the London Province, the South African Province, the General Government and of many other units of our congregation all over the world, who have shown great solicitude and rendered much needed help.

 

It is also an achievement of the local Church in Zimbabwe; the bishops, clergy, religious orders and congregations, and indeed the faithful, who have all welcomed, supported and worked alongside our fathers and brothers from the very beginning.

 

It is the achievement of the Zimbabwean young men, who have joined our formation programme over the past half century, who were subsequently called elsewhere, and those who have persevered and remained. This jubilee is a celebration of how, the Redemptorists together with the many people of this country have given their lives for plentiful redemption.

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE REGIONAL SUPERIOR

 

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Golden Jubilee 1960-2010

ON THE OCCASION OF THE CELEBRATION

OF THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE

CONGREGATION OF THE MOST HOLY REDEEMER IN ZIMBABWE

 

To all Redemptorists

 

The celebration of fifty years of the presence and work of the Redemptorists in Zimbabwe is an occasion of great joy, for us, and for Redemptorists elsewhere. The coming of age of our mission here is the achievement and commitment of generations of confreres from the London Province, the South African Province, the General Government and of many other units of our congregation all over the world, who have shown great solicitude and rendered much needed help.

 

It is also an achievement of the local Church in Zimbabwe; the bishops, clergy, religious orders and congregations, and indeed the faithful, who have all welcomed, supported and worked alongside our fathers and brothers from the very beginning.

 

It is the achievement of the Zimbabwean young men, who have joined our formation programme over the past half century, who were subsequently called elsewhere, and those who have persevered and remained. This jubilee is a celebration of how, the Redemptorists together with the many people of this country have given their lives for plentiful redemption.

 

The Redemptoristines Give Away All Their Possessions!

Our dear sisters in the Liverpool monastery are setting their things in order as they prepare to shut their monastery down after 20 years.

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Some of our confreres were there to help them and move some of their Redemptoristine' heritage to other monasteries.

Have a look at the van - you'll see everything from furniture, vestments, statues and much more.

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We thank Sr Bernadette and Sr Patrick and we remember them in our prayers as they move home next week.

When she has settled into the new place, Sr Bernadette will provide us with an article and pictures on their presence as Redemptoristine sisters in England for over 130 years.

 

 

Bishop Ralph C.Ss.R., returns to  St Mary's Clapham.

 

 
The people of St Mary's were delighted to welcome back their former Parish Priest, Bishop Ralph Heskett CSsR. 
 
In London, with Bishop Ralph, for the annual celebration of Gibraltar Day, were the First Minister of Gibraltar and Mrs Caruana, along with many other representatives from Gibraltar.
 
 
Thanking the parish for their warm welcome, Bishop Ralph said how delighted he was to be back in Clapham, where he had spent nine happy years.
 
 
Bishop Ralph had a chance to meet old friends after the mass at a reception held in the monastery gardens.

 

 

 

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"On Sunday the Chief Minister and Mrs Caruana will be attending a mass of thanksgiving at St Mary Church, Clapham which will be celebrated by the Bishop of Gibraltar Ralph Heskett. The mass will also involve members of the Royal Gibraltar Regiment who will parade the respective flags for the occasion. Gibraltarian Tenor Philip Borge will be singing at the Church Service also." PRESS RELEASE - GOVERNMENT OF GIBRALTAR

St Gerard Majella's

Feast Day

October 16th

Enjoy the Day!

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