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February 20, 2017
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“Les Mazenodiens” in Rome

In the life of Les Mazenodiens (Oblate Aix youth group), February was marked by the trip to Rome where they were received by the International Scholasticate Oblate community. The encounter with Father Louis Logan, Superior General, was an important moment of this journey. Read more

November 03, 2016
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A Mass in the Mission Church

“Do not be ashamed to say that we are Christian!” – Said father Paulin BEWA, Oblate originally from Chad, during his homily in the church of the Mission in Aix-en-Provence, on October 2nd. Read more

October 24, 2016
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The bicentenary of the parish mission preached by Oblates in Fuveau

In September 1816, the missionaries of Provence, who later became Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, preached a parish mission in Fuveau. They were four: Eugene de Mazenod, François de Paul Henry Tempier, Pierre Mie and Sébastien Deblieu. At the end of this mission Marius Suzanne, born in Fuveau, became a member of this budding community. Read more

October 04, 2016
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The Fifth Bicentennial Conference

Marie-Thérèse OTTAVIOLI gave a talk on Saturday September 10th in which she showed us the life and missionary work of the venerable Father Charles Dominique Albini. Read more

September 24, 2016
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Mazenodiens Weekend

Prayer, liturgical celebrations, spiritual conferences and the time lived together in the joy of gathering at the beginning of this new academic year were part of the weekend program with the Mazedodiens that started on September 2nd with the Oblates in Aix. Read more

September 19, 2016
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A dream of the 2010 General Chapter

The new international oblate community of Aix-en-Provence is a dream come true of the 2010 General Chapter! This new community is still less known within the congregation, and the International Eugene de Mazenod Centre Association, briefly referred to as CIEM, even less known. However, these two intimately linked realities have been in existence for some years now. It is with joy that I speak to you today of the Oblate community of Aix. My presentation will have two parts. In the first part, I will briefly present the historical context within which the community has been constituted, and in the second part I will present to you its mission. Read more

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