The Camino de Santiago (Way of St James) is a network of ancient trails across Western Europe leading to the city of Santiago de Compostela, the supposed final resting place of the body of St James the Great, a prominent disciple of Jesus Christ.
As part of the Year of the Family and the Year of St. Joseph, and following the experience made during Lent, we propose to continue with a series on biblical couples and how their experience can be a foundation and an example for our families today.
As part of the Year of the Family and the Year of St Joseph, and following on from the experience of Lent, we propose to continue with a series on biblical couples and how their experience can be a foundation and an example for our families today.
On this 4th Sunday of Lent 2021, Marie-Pierre and Patrice (lay Assumptionists) share to us their family life journey and how their faith experience has nourished their family life!
Lenten Journey #3
Our Lenten journey continues with Abraham and Sarah, the first couple in the Bible, after Adam and Eve.
Here is the testimony of a family of 6 children living in Brussels. Mariana, the mother, shares how the family experienced the confinements imposed during this pandemic…
To accompany the dynamism of the faith in a rapidly growing district… such is the project of the
Assumption and its benefactors, through the construction of a new church, within the parish of
Our Lady of the Assumption in Sokodé (Togo).