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- Letter of the Superior General: Let us walk together listening to the call to care for the common home. September 9, 2023
- Life At Conception Act: October pro-life month calls us to Radical Solidarity September 8, 2023
- August in Japan August 12, 2023
- The Truth: Catholic Church and LGBTQ+ August 5, 2023
- The Season of Creation Focuses on Justice and Peace for All July 23, 2023
- War Against Children: IVF – 70-75% do not survive (part 14) July 9, 2023
- Leadership Ministry June 7, 2023
- War Against Children: Down Syndrome Genocide – 90% Killed (Part 13) April 26, 2023
- “Go to Galilee” April 14, 2023
- Message of the Holy Father Francis for Lent 2023, 17.02.2023 March 19, 2023
2019 OMI Japan/Korea Delegation
Category Archives: Oblate Scene
Letter of the Superior General: Let us walk together listening to the call to care for the common home.
Dear Brother Oblates and members of our Charismatic Family, September 1st is the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation. It is an initiative of Pope Francis who has also written the Encyclical Laudato Si’ (LS) on care … Continue reading
Bishop Michael Pfeifer, OMI – October pro-life month’s theme calls all pro-lifers to be in Radical Solidarity on all critical pro-life issues, especially for the precious unborn. A fundamental life issue that has great importance far into the future and calls us … Continue reading
Brad Rozairo, OMI – The month of August in Japan reminds us of the deep meaning and the importance of peace as Hiroshima and Nagasaki commemorate the 78th anniversary of the atomic bombing this year. This opens a ten-day period (August 6 – … Continue reading
Bishop Michael D. Pfeifer, OMI – The Season of Creation for 2023 focuses on fundamental virtue of justice for true peace for all life on planet Earth which Pope Francis calls our COMMON HOME. If we truly want peace, we … Continue reading
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Accepting any responsibility demands a big “yes” and if you are not prepared for the job, it can put you down when things do not go right. Many do not want to get involved in the leadership ministry because … Continue reading
(excerpt taken from the homily of Pope Francis, Holy Saturday, 8 April 2023) At times, we may simply feel weary about our daily routine, tired of taking risks in a cold, hard world where only the clever and the strong … Continue reading
Lenten Penance and the Synodal Journey Dear brothers and sisters! The Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke all recount the episode of the Transfiguration of Jesus. There we see the Lord’s response to the failure of his disciples to understand … Continue reading
“Take care of him” Compassion as a synodal exercise of healing
Brad Rozairo, OMI – As the year comes to an end, we, Oblates in Japan, came together in Kochi to celebrate our annual community Christmas.
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Among the five mission parishes that are being taken care of by the Oblates in Japan, Toyohashi – a peaceful riverside town in central Japan, is one of them.
As the war in Ukraine grinds on toward its 9th month, Fr. Pavlo Vyshkovskyi, OMI, says people are increasingly traumatized and in need of both psychological and spiritual assistance.
Brad Rozairo, OMI – Every year on the third Sunday of October we celebrate World Mission Sunday. At mass that Sunday, as Catholics we recommit ourselves to our common vocation through Baptism to be missionaries through participation in the Eucharist, prayer and by … Continue reading