Faith-Knowledge / Solidarity
The Teresian Association (TA) in Peru celebrated the Day of Solidarity commemorating the anniversary of the birth of Saint Pedro Poveda on December 3. The theme was: "Our solidarity is enriched by embracing diversity."
On the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of Saint Pedro Poveda (December 3, 1874) and in the year of the V Centenary of St. Teresa of Jesus, the booklet on "Avisos espirituales de Santa Teresa de Jesús"(Spiritual Advice from St. Teresa of Jesus) is re-edited, this time in digital format. This is a selection of texts chosen by Pedro Poveda in Covadonga, in 1912, for the teachers of the Academies.
On November 19, the President of Loyola Andalucía University, Gabriel Pérez Alcalá; the regional coordinator of Western Andalusia’s Entreculturas Foundation, Roxana Rosales; the delegate of InteRed in Andalucía Foundation, Consuelo Millán; and the president of Claver Volunteer Association, José Yruela, signed a collaboration agreement to promote the development of Volunteer and Service Learning activities at the University during the 2014-2015 academic year.
We offer a reflection on St. Teresa written by Teresa González Pérez, a psychologist from Seville and team member of InteRed Andalusia, for this Jubilee Year.
"I.T.OUCH . For cultures to dialogue." This is a project of the Teresian Association that began in Brussels, Belgium, late last year. This article is a summary of the events of the academic year of 2013 - 2014 and presents plans for 2014-2015.
A photographic exhibition titled "Haiti, another view is possible," organized by NGO InteRed, can be seen from May 22 - June 7 at the “Librería Ocho y Medio,” at the following address: Calle Martín de los Heros, 11, Madrid.
NGO InteRed invites you to view a documentary that was presented at the Cervantes Institute in Madrid and in Mindanao (Philippines) about the rural development work done by this NGO and the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) for over four years.
MADRID, Spain.Reconstruction has begun in areas damaged by hurricane Yolanda in the Philippines. InteRed will rebuild by providing means to schools and to people dedicated to fishing and agriculture living in heavily affected and disadvantaged communities in Eastern Samar.
NGO InteRed, promoted by the Teresian Association, continues to provide support and solidarity to the areas affected by the typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines. Aitziber Barrueta, InteRed coordinator in Asia, was interviewed on Spanish Television for the program "Para Todos la 2." She explains how they work in disaster prevention and emergency as well an in the humanitarian action being done because of this natural disaster.
NGO InteRed, working in the Philippines since 1994, with the Teresian Association is organizing an emergency response to mitigate the most urgent needs in the devastated areas as a result of Typhoon Yolanda. Typhoon Haiyan-Yolanda has affected over 4 million people in 36 provinces in the Philippines and more than 400,000 have been displaced.
LOS NEGRALES, (Madrid) Spain.
The Council for Culture, an advisory body of the Teresian Association, has elaborated a document titled Open and Pluralistic Reflections, which was developed between 2011 and 2013 through a participatory process.
Members, partners and friends of the Teresian Association have committed to making significant "gestures of solidarity” throughout the current year in order to enable development and education projects in favor of the marginalized. In the last quarter of the year an invitation is extended to other Christians and people of good will to participate in this simple gesture. NGO InteRed is responsible for channeling resources from these donations to projects that are already underway.