"Invisible Heroes" is a documentary series broadcast on channel 2 (Spain) which, on December 30, dedicated a session to storiesof people in the Dominican Republic with the themes of empowerment of women and situations on the border with Haiti. The theme is led by Beatriz Gallart Bandín, coordinator of InteRed in that country.
Patrocinio García Gutiérrez is the author of a book on The Teresian Association in León during the time of Pedro Poveda, published by Duerna and presented on January 18 at Saint Teresa School.
Carmen Ruiz-Tilve School, in La Corredoria, Oviedo, Spain, announced its second set of peace awards yesterday. In the individual category, the prize was awarded to Father Angel, founder of Messengers of Peace, and the group prize went to the Alfalar Association. The prizes will be awarded on January 30 at the school.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Chile.
During his pastoral visit to Chile January 15-18, which included the cities of Santiago, Temuco and Iquique, Pope Francis, delivered a speech at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Because of the relationship to the mission of many members of the Teresian Association, we publish the Pope’s full speech, which provides keys to address educational processes and knowledge construction in the current context.
Around the Christmas celebrations, the communities of Poveda Cultural Center in Campinas and Saint Pedro Poveda Community, from a parish in the city of Taquaritinga, (north of São Paulo State) got together.
KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Jacinthe Nkongolo writes about Bana ya Poveda Center, in Kinshasa, which welcomes minors in situations of marginalization and vulnerability. This information is about some of their latest actions, such as the installation of the Children’s Committee.
Maite Uribe Bilbao, Elected President of the Teresian Association on August 13, 2012, at the XVII General Assembly. She is the sixth President of the T.A.
Born in San Salvador, Republic of El Salvador, April 20, 1951, to Spanish parents.