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Children in Zambia

Children in Zambia

Zambia Chapel

Zambia Chapel

La Morita infirmary

La Morita infirmary

La Morita, Mexico

La Morita, Mexico

House of Studies Chapel

House of Studies Chapel

House of Studies

House of Studies

Make Every Vote Count

Make Every Vote Count

  Father Armand Mathew, O.M.I. is pretty sure the first presidential candidate he voted for was Franklin D. Roosevelt – but he’s not positive. “I’ve never missed an election since I started to vote at 18,” said Fr. Armand, who will turn 90 on October 28. “I think F.D.R. won the first election in which […]

Light Shines Through Darkness

Light Shines Through Darkness

Brother Devin Watkins is a student at Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas. He reflects on how a family tragedy played a key role in his calling to religious life:  Much of my conversion story centers on an event that occurred when I was 14 years old. On February 5, 1999 my mother […]

The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

“On the roads in Zambia, each trip has a story. It is a story about a road and a vehicle. But for us it is also a story about the Oblates and how we travel these roads and the people we visit.” Fr. Cyril Keba, O.M.I. Oblates in Zambia Take Roads Less Traveled Father Vincent […]

Haitian Oblates Open Schools

Haitian Oblates Open Schools

Haitian Oblates Open Schools   When an earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, Haiti in January 2010, relief workers had to focus on the immediate needs of the victims. The injured needed medical care, the homeless had to find shelter and the dead had to be laid to rest. But once these immediate concerns were addressed, another major […]