PILGRIMAGE AND OFFERING
A substantial number of people were able to be present in person, and many others joined us in the Voto de Covadonga 2021 pilgrimage by means of the Covadonga direct online channel. This annual event has been taking place since 1934. It is an occasion when the Teresian Association expresses gratitude to Our Lady by presenting the fruits of our mission from different parts of the world.
With gratitude, hope and joy, a group of us commemorated the arrival of the Teresian Association to this Central American country by coming together for holy Mass. In addition to those of us who could attend in person, others could take part via technological means. They were from different parts of this country and from various parts of Asia, Europe and America.
InteRed, the Teresian Association NGDO, inaugurates on September 1 a new location for its headquarters in a street with historical and affective components that are linked to the biography of San Pedro Poveda.
In the Cathedral of Rossano-Cariati (Italy), at the conclusion of the Chrism Mass celebrated on May 11, Lia Panera, member of the Teresian Association received ecclesial recognition for her many years of dedication and volunteer work for the diocesan Caritas.
As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus on Christmas night, TA President Maite Uribe sends a greeting to friends, family, collaborators and members of the Association with the image of a Guatemalan clay manger.
Monsignor L. Roberto Cona, Assessor for General Affairs of the Secretariat of State of the Holy See, has responded on behalf of the Pope to the letter sent by the TA President, Maite Uribe, expressing gratitude for the encyclical Fratelli Tutti.
AUGUST 12, 2020
Members of the TA in Córdoba (Spain), where Blessed Victoria Díez rests, invite us to celebrate the anniversary of her martyrdom sharing a video prayer and a visit to the house through images.
Announcement from the Santa María de Los Negrales Spirituality Center regarding the public health crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus.
With the unveiling of a modest plaque on one of the walls of its entrance, the Roman headquarters of the Teresian Association has been recognised as a “House of Life”, a place of refuge during the Nazi occupation.