Casa Maria Reina
Maracaibo

 

MARIA REINA

The March 18, 1990 this work is founded by the Franciscan priest R.P. Carroll Villavicencio and the authorization of immemorial Archbishop of Maracaibo. Domingo Roa Pèrez. This Franciscan priest made a donation of land and a small house and a chapel where he celebrated the Eucharist on Sundays to people nearby. The desire of this priest was see flourish in that place a work of evangelization.

COLEGIO MARIA REINA

In 1992 with much sacrifice opened an educational centre with the poor children of the population "Los Pinos". It started with kindergarten, later continued with the primary school and then at the end with the third cycle.

Currently the College has been affiliated with the Venezuelan Association of Catholic education (AVEC) so is an institution subsidized by the Ministry of education, where parents pay only a low amount and you can offer a qualified education to children and poor girls.

COMUNIDAD MARIA REINA

The educational offer today is to offer a complete education where the religious and concern of teachers is to provide an education according to the needs of the world and of the problems that currently lives on Venezuela, where technological and scientific development must be fortified next to a formation of moral values, ethics and spirituality according to the spirituality of the Congregation.

Religious work in the training of teachers and school parents. Make frequent days with their own issues.

MARIA REINA

Collaborate in the pre-boot sacramental catechesis, make visits to households and bring communion to the sick and the elderly. Promote also appeal to Children, training of missionaries and Lay Oblates to divine love, they make frequent rallies to do Eucharistic adoration, pray and meditate the word of God and know the writings of M.M.D. C.

Within the annual programming promotes the pastoral vocation doing, so how do you in all institutions, the Oblate week, dedicated to studying and promoting the Oblate Charism.

 
Colegio Maria Reina
Apdo 294,
Maracaibo, Estado Zulia,
Venezuela, S.A.
Tel. casa (0058261) 7913029
Tel fax (0058261) 7358541
 

Casa Santa Rita
Caracas

 

CASA SANTA RITA

This work is founded on July 27, 1986. The community works with the Santa Rita parish; the parish is located in Barrio Nuevo Día but is enlarged to 10 nearby populations. It's a very complicated why is composed mostly by immigrants and is a parish very peculiar. Is managed of the nuns for lack of priests.

COMUNIDAD SANTA RITAWomen religious are also care of the Church, Parish and also seat of a subsidiary located in Barrio El Limón. Work in catechesis for children, youth and adults.
 
For many years it is pursuing an educational centre for children in fifth and sixth grade. 
 
 
 
 
JOVENES DE LA PARROQUIA SANTA RITA

They offer courses on electricity, Commerce and other specialities; This Center is managed financially by the Association to promote popular education (A.P.E.P.), you receive more or less 500 children per week, women religious benefit in addition to offer a strong religious education.

OBLATAS EXTERNAS, COMUNIDAD SANTA RITA

Are followed different groups that belong to the parish. Very carefully follow the formation of lay Oblates to the divine love and youth, they make the Eucharistic adoration and a weekly meeting to deepen in the word of God and religious writings of Oblates.

GRUPO JOVENES DE TEATRO, PARROQUIA SANTA RITA

The residence of the nuns was built in recent years, with many sacrifices, but today is also a place to accommodate so many people in need. For many years working with the help of other parishes a place where nuns sell clothes, shoes and other things at a very convenient price for poor people and with this it provides Religious and economic support of the parish.

 
 
 
Casa Santa Rita
Apdo 203 Zona 1010 Carmelitas
Caracas, Venezuela, S.A
Tel. (0058212) 8715880
Tel. 04142737878
 
 

Casa San José
Maracaibo

 

CASA SAN JOSE, MONS.ROAQuest’opera viene fondata il 20 gennaio 1987 dietro la petizione di Mons. Domingo Roa, Arcivescovo di Maracaibo. Lo scopo della fondazione era dirigere una delle tante scuole arcidiocesane che aveva fondato Mons. Roa nella popolazione marginale della città, così, quei bambini poveri potevano andare a una scuola dove veniva una educazione integrale e cristiana in forma gratuita.
CASA SAN JOSELe prime religiose sono state ospiti nella casa arcivescovile, mentre si sistemavano le cose più urgenti della nascente scuola. Dieci giorni dopo si sono trasferite alla scuola, lì si fecero un reparto per la comunità religiosa.
CASA SAN JOSE, ESCUELA NECTARIOLe religiose, molte coraggiose, fino ad oggi lavorano arduamente nello sviluppo della Scuola che porta il nome di “Hermano Nectario”.
L’offerta educativa va dalla scuola materna alla sesta elementare. Si offre una educazione sistematica fortificata nei valori etici, morali e spirituali. Si lavora fortemente nella formazione dei genitori e anche dei Laici Oblati al Divino Amore, sono loro quelli che vengono in aiuto costante al bisogno delle religiose. Inoltre esiste il gruppo dei CASA SAN JOSE, MARACAIBOgiovani oblati. Fanno un raduno settimanale dove si fa l’adorazione Eucaristica, l’ascolto della Parola di Dio e si studiano gli scritti della M.M.D.C.
Questa casa è stata anche come casa per la formazione delle aspiranti e delle Juniores.
 
Casa San José
Apdo 294,
Maracaibo, Estado Zulia,
Venezuela, S.A.
Tel (0058261) 7314822
Tel fax (0058261) 7312821
 

Casa santisima Trinidad
Unidad educativa religiosas Oblates al Divino Amor
El Pao

 

EL PAOIl 15 settembre 1995 viene fondata quest’opera missionaria. Il Pao è un luogo dove si lavora nello scavo delle miniere di ferro da circa 50 anni. La gente è umile e tutti lavoravano con la I.R.O.N MINE, poi con la FERROMINERA ORINOCO.
Quest’ultima Compagnia, per mezzo di Mons. Ubaldo Santana, vescovo della Diocesi di Ciudad Guayana, assegnò all’Istituto delle Suore Oblate la conduzione dell’Istituto Unidad Educativa El Pao, che comprendeva la scuola Materna e la Basica dal 1 anno al 9 anno. Attualmente queste centro educativo si denomina Unidad Educativa Religiosas Oblatas al Divino Amor.
Per la comunità religiosa è stata prima assegnata una casa, e dopo un’altra, che poi vengono ricostruite e sistemate. Ultimamente è stata costruita la Cappella tra le due case. Questa comunità porta il nome di Santissima Trinità.
EL PAOLa Unidad Educativa che è gestita dalle religiose offre una educazione di qualità ai bambini e ragazzi poveri, per questo si è inserita alla Associazione Venezuelana di Educazione Cattolica (AVEC) per offrire una educazione quasi gratuita, i genitori pagano soltanto una somma simbolica.
Gli studenti che frequentano questo Centro Educativo provengono da diversi paesi vicini.
Per le religiose il lavoro è una vera missione evangelizzatrice, nel quale trasmettere lo spirito Oblato. Fanno incontri, ritiri, giornate di riflessione e anche serve loro per offrire una sana ricreazione, che porti all’incontro con Dio.
Si lavora nella formazione dei Laici Oblati al Divino Amore, qui il gruppo è formato dai ragazzi. Ogni settimana una religiosa fa un raduno con loro, in cui si interiorizza la Parola di Dio nella presenza di Gesù Eucaristia. E così si trasmette lo spirito della Congregazione.
EL PAOLe religiose fanno visite alle famiglie degli studenti per conoscere l’ambiente e le problematiche delle famiglie e per offrire una educazione più adeguata alla necessità del mondo dove vivono.
In questa missione collaborano gli insegnanti, per questo le religiose offrono loro una formazione che li faccia capaci di essere anche loro evangelizzatori e evangelizzatrici. I genitori collaborano e partecipano agli eventi culturali e religiosi che le religiose organizzano.
Il compito della comunità religiosa si estrinseca anche nel collaborare con la parrocchia nella catechesi per il Battesimo, la Prima Comunione, la Cresima e con la catechesi familiare. Coordinano i gruppi di preghiera e fanno la animazione liturgica.
Nei tempi speciale visitano anche altre paesi dove sussistono situazioni di povertà e di mancanza di evangelizzazione molto forti.
 
Casa Santisima Trinidad y Colegio Religiosas Oblatas al Divino Amor
El Pao, San Félix, Estado Bolivar
Tel casa. (0058288) 2243203
Fax         (0058288) 2243133
Col.        (0058288) 2243034

History

About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.


About us

A congregation of Papal Right, devoted to the apostolic action, whose motto is : “ AD MAIOREM DEI GLORIAM”, was founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi, in Monreale, Sicily, in 1923.

The aim of the Institution is to create a family of consecrated christian to the Trinity .


History

The Congregation of the Oblate Sisters to Divine Love, founded by Mother Margherita Diomira Crispi starts in Sicily, where it immediately encounters remarkable conflicts and difficulties for its fulfilment. Thanks to the help of the holy bishop, Mons. Antonio Augusto Intreccialagli ( 1852-1924, here on the right ), archbishop of Monreale, ( declared venerable by the Holy Father Giovanni Paolo II with the administrative order of 22.1.1991 ) Mother Margherita and her sisters continue their Work that they began, moving for want of Mons. Intreccialagli to Monreale. At the beginning the seat is in the Church’ places of St. Castrense. Then, it moves to the “Badiella”, where still today is the “Mother House”.



 

The book "Una Margherita per Gesùis available for purchase.

Contact:

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or

mail: oblatedivinoamore

People that will receive mercy by Mother Crispi's intercession, are requested to give notice to the postulation of the Cause, at the e-Mail address

 mail: causacrispi 

or at the postal address: Suore Oblate al Divino Amore – Postulazione Causa Margherita Diomira – Via Marruvio, 4 – 00183 Roma.

Suore Oblate al Divino Amore
Via Marruvio, 4
00183 Roma
P.IVA 01077861001 C.F. 02563530589

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