Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

Scholasticate Provides Permanent Home for Basilian Men in Formation in Mexico

October 28, 2019

To meet the needs of the growing Basilian community in Mexico, the Congregation began searching for a permanent home for its men in formation. In 2017, the Basilians purchased a building that had operated as a convent for the Hermanas de la Caridad de Santa Anato to serve as their new scholasticate in Mexico. Now that the renovations are complete, the scholasticate is home to two priests, two scholastics, and five associates. It is located in Mexico City, near the university where the Basilian scholastics study, and features a Chapel, kitchen, patio, private bedrooms, and plenty of communal spaces to foster fellowship among the men in formation. Thank you to Father Paul Walsh, CSB who oversaw the renovations.

Categories

Discerning, a Vocations Blog
General News
Stirrings
Uncategorized

Limitless Horizons Ixil Awarded 2021 UNESCO Literacy Prize

Congratulations to Limitless Horizons Ixil, which was awarded the 2021 UNESCO Literacy Prize for its remote library programming in response to the Covid pandemic. The award recognizes six outstanding literacy […]

Read More

St. Alphonsus Church Remembers Rose Prince, Survivor of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools

In light of the recent discoveries of unmarked graves at sites of Canada’s Indian residential schools, the St. Alphonsus Church community in Edmonton, Alberta continues to pray that God may […]

Read More

Antonio Ibáñez Santos, CSB Ordained to the Diaconate

The Basilian community celebrated as Antonio Ibáñez Santos, CSB was ordained a deacon in Tehuacán, México on Sunday, August 1. The ordination took place in Parroquia San Lorenzo where he […]

Read More

Remembering Father Joe Trovato, CSB

On Tuesday, July 20, the Basilian Lay Associates of Rochester gathered in the All Souls Chapel of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Rochester, New York to commemorate Father Joe Trovato, CSB. […]

Read More

Basilians Support National Catholic Reconciliation Plan Proposed by the Joint Ecological Ministry

The Congregation of St. Basil wholeheartedly supports the Joint Ecological Ministry (JEM) in its efforts to urge the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) to recommit itself to the reconciliation […]

Read More