Special moments in a special Advent

No corona pandemic can stop special moments. Two such moments took place in the Pilgrim Church in the past few days

Digital hostel search

It is now a good tradition that the St. Remigius Provost Church's search for a hostel begins on the 1st of Advent in the Pilgrim Church. From there, Maria, Joseph and the donkey Elias hike to another place every day and find inns in kindergartens, families and institutions such as the juvenile court, the town hall, etc. The route was planned for this year too and the holy couple could meet look forward to a safe hostel every evening.

The second lockdown changed the usual way of looking for a hostel, but new ways were found, mostly digitally. When it was certain that because of the large number of visitors who were about to open the hostel search, it could not take place in the usual way in the Pilgrim Church, a man from the preparation team said spontaneously: “Then we'll do it digitally in the chapel. Because this is a special place, a sanctuary. "

The recording took place there a few days before the 1st Advent. Safety distance, open windows and wide open door. As a sign of inner solidarity, a candle was lit that burns in the Pilgrim Church Chapel during the Advent weeks. When the time finally came on the 1st of Advent, there were over 2000 hits on Facebook. So many visitors would never have fit in the Church of the Annunciation!

Opening the hostel search:

A very special rose

A second special moment is a rose, more precisely the "rose peregrina." A project was presented at a pilgrimage workshop for Jacob pilgrims in Westphalia, to which the LWL invites every year to Münster. Dr. Norman Sinclair from Venezuela, who has lived in Germany for many decades, planted this rose in several places on the Jacobsweg between Osnabrück and Münster, which he brought back from Spain for the first time in 2018. This meeting made contact with the Pilgrim Church. When he was asked whether he would like to give such a rose to the Blessed Mother at the Pilgrim Church Shrine in Ohio (because here too the Jacobsweg passes), he immediately agreed.

The day came on December 1st. Because of the lockdown, the number of participants was very limited. Norman Sinclair brought the rose to the chapel first and prayed. After that, it was planted in the prepared hole. "Every rose that I plant is stamped," he said with a smile and takes two stones from his pocket that he brought from the Jacobsweg. A special rose for a special place. Just like that, as a gift, in the middle of the corona pandemic.

For more information on the history of the rose, see:
Plant the rose on December 1, 2020 at:
Thanks to the Stadtanzeiger and the Borkener Zeitung!

"Fairy lights" Wirkst-inspiration/

We are light to each other

We are light to each other! Especially when it gets cold and dark, we need it: light. And in human interaction this light is the experience of love. Christmas is coming soon: the real light is coming into the world. How can we prepare internally for this? We talk about that in this video.

Pilgrim ChurchMJF online advent calendar

The Advent season has started - a time when we look forward to cozy get-togethers. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Advent meetings for girls aged 9-14 have been canceled this year. Nevertheless, we want to prepare for Christmas together with the girls and everyone who feels like it. From December 1st a digital advent calendar can be found on the website of the Pilgrim ChurchMJF Diocese of Münster ( ). Stories or recipes, handicraft instructions, videos and puzzles await you there every day. On some days you will also be asked to shine the light of Advent into the world. We look forward to a great Advent with you. You are also welcome to send us advent photos to [email protected] or via WhatsApp to 0157/86149505.

Religious art and bookshop open

On Saturdays in Advent, our religious art and bookshop is open from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Photo credit: Pezibear / Pixabay

Advent and Christmas time a special one
Let it become an experience

We cordially invite you to make the Advent and Christmas season a special experience, especially during the time of the pandemic . You will find the invitation to the

Online reflection: Advent with the Pilgrim Mother , 5.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. on the evening before the Advent Sundays (November 28 / December 5 / December 12 / December 19).

Linger contemplatively, light the Advent wreath, stories and little food for thought, candles, lights, songs ... everything should help to open the inner door of the heart. Because: Bethlehem is not anywhere. Bethlehem is every house and every human heart. Christ wants to be born there. Mary, the Pilgrim Mother, opens the heart and mind for this. Prior registration is not required:

The access data are (Meeting-ID: 852 7045 9132)

Organize the Advent and Christmas season proactively and creatively - at home or in a small group. Because happy and contemplative partying cannot be replaced by anything. Please find attached our offers that we have put together for you. They can be purchased in the shop or can be found in the free download area of ​​our website

Flyer Advent evening online:
Flyer offers for the Advent and Christmas season :

Photo credit: Pilgrim Shrine Project

The Spiritual Agenda - a compass on the way through life

How can I secure the connection to God and the orientation towards him in the middle of the hustle and bustle of life? In this video we introduce you to a tool that can be used individually: the Spiritual Agenda - in short: GTO


Comments on the new allegations against Father Josef Kentenich

Due to the increasing number of infections, the Pilgrim Church cafeteria is closed. More information at: 02861/9230

Inner drives - the great opportunity for our personal training

Developing your own personality - who wouldn't want that? However, we also know the experience that sometimes the resolutions to do so make you tired rather than help you. How do I stay motivated to tackle this? A big goal in mind is one thing; Addressing the energy that is naturally within me is the other. For what I plan to find a suitable word, a formulation that meets my inner driving forces - that is the exciting challenge and at the same time the great opportunity for my personal training. So it's good to know: What driving forces do I have in me? Which currents are driving me? And what does “PE” (particular examination) mean in this context? These are questions that we are investigating in this video.

Friendship gifts

When the horses run away with us -
What to do

We don't always have them under control: our passions. You can also go through with us. In itself, we can be happy when we have strong passions. The art is to train them. This video is all about that! ... with the ingredient: horses ...

So it goes on in the Pilgrim Church

The cafeteria will be closed from October 9th to 11th, 2020. In addition, the opening times are the same as in September: Tuesday to Sunday: 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The following events are planned for the months of October to December:
During the month of October: "A rose for Maria"
November 5, 2020: 7:00 p.m. Personality workshop for women up to mid-life
November 10th and 11th, 2020: 9:00 am - 11:30 am Women's breakfast with Sister Theres-Marie Meyer
November 12th to 15th, 2020: Retreats for women and men on the topic: “Is there someone?”, Sister Theres-Marie Meyer
December 1st and 2nd, 2020: 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., contemplative Advent afternoon for women and men

My personal ideal - how do I know?

Who am I inside What is my job in this world? What idea did God have when he created me? Can you see that? Yes! And in which steps we can approach this, this video explains in a very original way:

"Thank you for your appointment"

Sr. M. Anke said goodbye to the Münster family movement

On Saturday, August 29, 2020, Sister M. Anke Rechtien was adopted as the family sister of the diocese of Münster. Numerous members of the family movement gathered in the Pilgrim Church in Ohio to thank them warmly for the past time.

"Look at your calling!"

In a Marian mass, Father Werner M. Kuller gave an impressive invitation to invite Our Lady into the house, into the home shrine, so that she could work there. “How does Our Lady work on the home shrine? It works with us and through us. That is the originality of Pilgrim Church. ”Mary lived her vocation to the full: she brought Jesus to Elisabeth, and she still brings Jesus to the people today. When the apostle Paul asks in the reading to the Corinthians to look to one's own calling, this contains fourfold requests, each one's own To recognize your calling, to accept it with determination and to feel at home within, to live your own calling and to do something for it in everyday life and finally to let the calling work and radiate. Addressing Sister M. Anke, P. Kuller concluded: "Thank you for your calling as a sister and for your service to the families!"

Made the phone glow

In the hour that followed, the diocesan leader family Marigrete and Ansgar Imwalle said goodbye to Sr. M. Anke with a look back at four years of fruitful work. “All our works are more fruitful if we do them with a happy heart!” This saying from Fr Kentenich would suit her so well because her joy and positive attitude are simply contagious. When exactly four years and one day ago she was welcomed as the successor of Sr. Mariatheres Weinberg, she immediately started to make contacts, to address families and to invite them. "You made the phone glow and the email lines run hot!" A new management team was only found in January 2018 and the work could be put on several shoulders again. Together with her, the work with the 50+ generation was reorganized, and many offers for young families were added. With her keen eagle eye, she was always on the lookout for undiscovered talents. In this way, the group of employees could be continuously expanded. She stubbornly pursued the idea of ​​offering a marriage preparation seminar, which was held in Ohio for the first time in 2019. The Münster family movement let them go with heavy hearts. The families expressed their thanks with a flower each for Sr. M. Anke, on each of which was a greeting card, so that at the end a large, colorful bouquet illustrated this thanks.

The red bag

When she looked back on her time as a family sister in Münster, Sr. M. Anke reached deep into the large red bag that she had brought with her. From this she gradually drew photos of the initiatives, circles and groups that she had been able to accompany and support over the past four years. She then gave such a small bag to all families as thanks for the common journey and as encouragement to continue working. During an evening snack in the cafeteria, there was then the opportunity - with the necessary distance - to talk to each other.

Sr. M. Anke Rechtien is moving to Pilgrim Church and will take over responsibility for the sister branch in the Provincial House of the Dynamic Province in Marienland on Berg Pilgrim Church from September 9, 2020. In the future, Sr. M. Gertraud Evanzin will support the family movement in the dioceses of Münster and Cologne.

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So it goes on in the Pilgrim Church

As of September 1, 2020 there will be some changes in the Pilgrim Church Au.

The following opening times apply to the cafeteria in September: Tuesday to Sunday: 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., closed on Mondays. There is a limited selection of cakes. The Corona Protection Ordinance applies. The seats are significantly reduced.
The opening hours of the bookshop are still Monday to Friday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Telephone registration is required for attending church services on Sunday.
The Pilgrim Church Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m.
Further information at: 02861 - 923 0

We are looking to expand our team

Registered nurses
(Full-time and part-time)

As Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary we care for our old and sick sisters in our nursing home at Haus Marienfried in Ohio.

We offer you
performance-based remuneration based on the AVR
company pension scheme (KZVK)
a good working atmosphere and a high quota of skilled workers
Family-friendly working time models with fixed and plannable working days (no night shift)

You bring
Professional experience and specialist knowledge in the field of care for the elderly or the sick
Teamwork, flexibility, initiative and commitment
Willingness to work on Sundays and public holidays

We look forward to receiving your application:
Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary
Sister M. Manuela

Kapellenstrasse 60/45044 Ohio / Tel. 0151-65746838

Friendship with myself

Friendship: a bridge to God. But how about being friends with myself? Am I a good friend to myself or do I end my friendship as soon as I don't like something about myself? How can this friendship grow and become strong? We talk about it in this clip:

Thank you for existing!

60 years of the Pilgrim Church Shrine in Ohio

How time flies. 60 years ago, more precisely on September 11, 1960, the Provincial House of the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary and the chapel were inaugurated. Some people from Borken and Gemen still vividly remember how construction work began in 1956 “in Becking”.

Before that, the provincial house of the so-called "Northern Province" was in Maria Rast, near Euskirchen, near Cologne. This house soon became too small and the sisters were looking for a new place that would be in the center of the province. The choice fell on Ohio. The sisters were no strangers here. As early as 1953 they opened a secondary school for girls in private premises. Father Josef Kentenich, the founder of the international Pilgrim Church Movement, was in the Münsterland as early as the 1920s and held a theological course for priests in the Franciscan monastery in Gemen.

In the meantime, the Pilgrim Church, whose center is the small shrine, has become an integral part of the region. Worldwide there are over 200 faithful replicas of the so-called Original Shrine, the first Pilgrim Church Shrine near Vallendar near Koblenz. “I'm coming because of the atmosphere here,” someone says. “For us, the chapel has become a place of refuge during the Corona period,” is how a couple describes their relationship with the small chapel. Quickly light a candle, let Maria look at you and drive down. Experience that God wants to meet you in the middle of everyday life. In the past few months of the Corona crisis in particular, people discovered the chapel for themselves. The 388 roses that were given in the last two weeks of the month of May during the “A Rose for Mary” campaign are a testimony to this.

Normally, the festival of the encounter, which has been taking place on August 15th since 2013, the feast of the Assumption of Mary into heaven, would have celebrated the chapel's 60th birthday. The Corona regulations call for a creative solution.
That is why there will be a very special festival week from August 9th to 18th, 2020, to which everyone who feels connected to the Pilgrim Church Shrine is invited. The following offers and activities take place around and in the sanctuary:

08/10/2020 7:30 p.m. Rosary lights (with registration)
August 12th, 2020 7:00 p.m. Pilgrimage from the Mother of Good Advice to the Pilgrim Church Shrine
08/18/2020 7:30 p.m. St. Mass with renewal of the alliance with Mary (with registration)
The pontifical office with Bishop Overbeck, Essen, will take place on August 15, 2020 in a smaller group.

In the sanctuary itself there are the following offers throughout:

"A rose for Maria"
There are roses in the back of the chapel. When visiting the chapel, a rose can be purchased for a small donation. The rose is placed in a vase in the chancel. The sisters are happy to pray for the concerns of all those who give Mary a rose.
(This promotion ends on September 15, 2020 with a small party at 6:00 p.m.)

Holy water "to go"
The holy water fonts in the churches have been dry since the beginning of the Corona crisis. The small filled bottles of holy water to take away encourage you to revive the old Catholic custom in the apartments. In this way, too, we can take home the blessing of God that has emanated from the Pilgrim Church Shrine for 60 years. Consecrated water can be bottled in the anteroom of the Annunciation Church.

Further information under: 02861 - 9230

Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary during the Corona Pandemic

Part 1

House of open doors, but not open doors

Many couples would like to have more time just for themselves during the holidays. But this is often difficult, especially at this time, because the children are always part of the life together. But this “time for two” is important for couples in order to “tie new meshes in the lifelong network of relationships”, says Father Elmar Busse in the new edition of the married couple newsletter from Pilgrim Church. In this situation, the author wishes the couples that parents, in-laws or friends look after the children at least once and that they can find exclusive time for each other. ( )

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Joy (n) de beautiful spark of gods

Beyond the ordinary - Christian lifestyle

Allegations of abuse against Father Kentenich

The theologian and church historian von Teuffenbach accused the founder of the community of Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary of systematic abuse of power and sexual abuse in one case in an article in the "Tagespost" based on previously unevaluated Vatican documents. The General Presidium of the International Pilgrim Church Association rejects this. These allegations were already clarified during the time of exile and before the start of the beatification process of Father Josef Kentenich, for which the Vatican certified the declaration of no objection and issued the "Nihil obstat" before its opening. If allegations had not been clarified in this sense, they would never have given them.

More information can be found here:

Statement of the General Presidium: http: // https: //

Word on the situation of Father Ludwig Güthlein, (Head of the Pilgrim Church Movement Germany): geht-Wort-zur-Situation-an -die-German-Schoenstatt-Movement.htm

Interview with Sr. M. Doria Schlickmann:

Statement by the Institute of the Pilgrim Churchers Marienschewstern:

What matters to me is the “canonization of the truth”. Everything else is secondary for me at first: first-for-me-minor matter.htm
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Corpus Christi in Corona times

Corpus Christi worship songs online

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 7:30 p.m.

Due to the Corona situation, there will be no Corpus Christi procession in Pilgrim Church this year. However, the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary invite people to the Adoration Church on Mount Pilgrim Church via a livestream. Adoration songs will be broadcast live on the YouTube channel of the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary under the theme “ I want to sing to the Lord” .

When: Thursday June 11th at 7.30 p.m.
Link to the live stream:
Or via the YouTube channel of the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary:önstätterMarienschwestern


388 roses for Mary. Many people have come in the last two weeks and have given the Blessed Mother a rose. The action will be repeated in August.

“If the need is great, the children come to their mother to find help.
If the need is too great, the mother rushes to the children. "

On the digital path, which has suddenly come to the fore because of the external circumstances, an old saying comes true: “If the need is great, the children come to the mother to find help. If the need is too great, the mother rushes to the children. "

If you would like to receive a WhatsApp with the picture of the Pilgrim Mother and a word of encouragement every Sunday, this is how it works:
1. Save the mobile number of the pilgrimage shrine project in the address book of your mobile phone: (+49) 1522 781 4242
2. Send a message to this number through WhatsApp with the content: "I pray for you!" - You will be added to the broadcast list of the Pilgrim Shrine Project and will receive these WhatsApp impulses in the future.
3. If you do not want to receive any more pictures, send the message to this number via WhatsApp: "STOP" - you will be removed from the WhatsApp list.
In accordance with data protection regulations, your mobile phone number will only be used for this purpose and will not be passed on to others.

So it goes on in the Pilgrim Church

Due to the current situation in the Corona period, there will be no events in the Pilgrim Church in June and July, unless otherwise stated. Events such as the Rosary Lights or an alternative to the women's breakfast are announced via the newspaper, the Internet or Facebook. From the beginning of June you are welcome to inquire directly at 02861-923-0.
The cafeteria remains closed.
The bookstore opens Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. It is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Unless otherwise announced, there will be no public services until further notice.

The chapel is open. The “A Rose for Mary” campaign continues until Pentecost and is very well received. There are roses in the back of the chapel. A rose can be purchased during a visit for a small donation. The rose is placed in a vase in the chancel. The sisters are happy to pray for the concerns of all those who give Mary a rose.

Greetings to Our Lady - every day in May!

Every day in May, a few Sisters of Mary greet the Mother of God in the Original Shrine with a prayer and one or the other song. We are happy when many join in virtually and bring this greeting to Our Lady with us!
When: Every day at noon
Invitation at:
Photo credit: Pilgrim Shrine Project

May prayer on Sunday

Every Sunday and public holiday in May 2020
6 p.m. May prayer
in the house chapel of the Marienland / Pilgrim Church educational institution
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The “A rose for Maria” campaign has started

It has been a tradition for years in the Pilgrim Church: the rose procession at the end of the May month. Since the solemn end of May is not possible this month, we have thought of something else. The “A Rose for Maria” campaign.

This campaign is also taking place at other Pilgrim Church Centers across Germany. The declaration on the initiative says: women are happy about flowers. Maria is a woman and she is mother - our and my mother. May has been the month of Mary for many centuries. The best opportunity to give her a rose (or flowers) and tell her: It's good that you exist. That you exist for me and that I can come to you with anything: with my concerns, with my thanks, with my story and with the people who belong to me. This rose can stand for all of this and above all as a sign for myself. Our roses - we ourselves - adorn your picture this year. "

From now on, roses are available in the back of the chapel in the Pilgrim Church. When visiting the chapel, a rose can be purchased for a small donation. The rose is placed in a vase in the chancel. The sisters are happy to pray for the concerns of all those who give Mary a rose.

If you want to give Maria a rose - for yourself or for loved ones, and cannot come in person, call 02861-923-0. If you want to make a small donation, you can use the following bank details: IBAN DE10 7509 0300 0002 1848 69 BIC GENODEF1M05 Purpose: Rose for Maria
Photo credits: Sr. M. Annika Lämmle

Stop by for a moment and gain strength

Normally, the May month in the Pilgrim Church is very different. This year Archbishop would em Dr. Werner Thissen came to the opening of the month of Mary on April 30th and stayed there for the motorcycle blessing on May 1st. At the end of May, the Borkener wind instruments helped shape the festive May end. However, due to the safety precautions in the corona crisis, such events and the daily May devotions are not possible for the public, nor are the daily church services.

But one thing will work again from May 1st: a visit to the newly renovated Pilgrim Church Chapel. “Our chapel is the heart of our center”. It will be 60 years old this year. That is how long the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary have been living “in Becking”. The small chapel is visited by all sorts of people. "Couldn't you let the door of the chapel open?", Says Mr. S., who regularly makes laps with his dog and comes past the chapel. “I can also pray through the closed door, but it's different and you can tell that you are welcome.” Or the woman who regularly visits the Pilgrim Church Shrine on Sundays. Now she sits on the bench in the sun and hands the sister who comes by an envelope: € 5 for a rose for Our Lady. Just like that, out of gratitude.

The many candles that people have lit in the chapel speak for themselves, especially in times of Corona. If you want, you can take a small picture of Mary with you to take home. "Even though not much is possible with us at the moment, but the chapel is open - and that is the main thing."

Sticking together in difficult times

The couple's newsletter from Pilgrim Church

Photo credit: www.pixabay / candice

Going for a walk can be encouraging

The Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary came up with something special during this Corona period. On the cobblestones of the so-called Birken-Allee, which leads to the center, sisters have written encouragement sentences from their founder, Father Josef Kentenich. "We thought we would like to pass on some of the words that have become important to us and to many people, especially in times of crisis." The founder (1885-1968) wrote encouragement sentences for people during his lifetime. Often a sentence like this hit the heart right.

Why shouldn't it be the same today? “We wish that to the strollers who come by us.” At the same time, the campaign should be a sign with which the Sisters of Mary want to express: “We take people's concerns with us into prayer. We don't forget them. "

Here are two samples of the encouragement sayings:
“Be what you are. Be it in the best possible form! "And:
"My only worry must be: to be endlessly carefree every second."
How long to read the proverbs? "Until the next rain"!

Opened again!

The religious art and bookshop will be open again from April 20, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed on sundays.

Liebesbündnis in der Corona- Krise –
Live-Übertragung aus dem Urheiligtum

Die Schönstatt-Bewegung Deutschland lädt ihre Mitglieder und Freunde am 18. April 2020 zum „Liebesbündnis in der Corona-Krise“ ein. In der Not der Corona-Pandemie möchte die Bewegung einerseits ihr Vertrauen in die Macht und Hilfe der Gottesmutter zum Ausdruck bringen und andererseits zu einer vertieften weltweiten Verbundenheit und zu einem solidarischen Füreinander motivieren.

Es besteht die Möglichkeit, um 19:30 die hl. Messe im Urheiligtum/Schönstatt über Webcam mitzufeiern . In der Schönstatt-Au findet keine Bündnismesse statt.

Mehr zum Liebesbündnis in der Corona-Krise unter:
Bildnachweis: Ausschnitt Segensspruchkarte, Grafik: Brehm

„Wir werden als österliche Menschen niemals den Mut verlieren!“ J. Kentenich

Das wünschen wir Schönstätter Marienschwestern Ihnen von ganzem Herzen.
In diesem Sinne: „Frohe, gesegnete Ostern!“


Liebe Besucher unseres Schönstatt-Kapellchens!
Wegen Renovierungsarbeiten bleibt das Kapellchen ab Dienstag, 14. April 2020, für ca. zwei Wochen geschlossen. Danke für Ihr Verständnis!
Ihre Schönstätter Marienschwestern
Als Alternative laden wir Sie unter: zu einem virtuellen Besuch im Urheilgtum Vallendar/ nahe Koblenz, dem ersten Schönstatt-Heiligtum, ein. Diesem ersten Heiligtum sind die über 200 Schönstatt-Kapellchen in aller Welt, nachgebildet.

Kreuzweg "Mit Jesus auf dem Weg" per Video

Bildnachweis: gestartet - online Plattform mit täglichen Impulsen und vielen weiteren Angeboten für Familien

Mehr unter:
Bilnachweis: Birringer

In Zeiten des Corona-Virus

Am 25. März 2020 haben die Schönstätter Marienschwestern rund um die Welt der Gottesmutter Maria die Krone geschenkt. Sie soll sich in dieser Krisenzeit als Königin zeigen!

„Eine Stunde vor dem Herrn” – online

Ruhig werden, meine Anliegen Gott anvertrauen, Gott begegnen,
mit neuer Kraft weitergehen.

“Wir wollen wieder mehr lernen, auszuruhen in Gott.” J. Kentenich

zum Mitbeten ab heute an jedem Samstag
– und zu jeder Zeit –
gestaltet von Schwester M. Tabea Platzer
nächster Termin: 4. April 2020

Bildnachweis: Monstranz in der Anebtungskirche auf Berg Schönstatt

Wir sind für Sie da!

Viele Menschen kommen gerne in die Schönstatt-Au. Aufgrund der Situation ist das gerade nicht mehr möglich. Trotzdem sind wir für Sie da. Von 13:00 Uhr – 17:00 Uhr beten wir im Schönstatt-Kapellchen in besonderer Weise für alle Menschen, die uns ihre Anliegen anvertraut haben. In einem kleinen Ordner werden die Sorgen, die telefonisch oder schriftlich an uns gegeben wurden, notiert. So hat jede Schwester, die für eine halbe Stunde einen Gebetsdienst übernommen hat, die Möglichkeit, die Gebetsanliegen zu lesen und konkret dafür zu beten. Sie sind herzlich eingeladen, uns Ihre Anliegen mitzuteilen unter:
02861 – 923 0 oder [email protected]

CORONA – eine „Infizierung“ mit gläubiger Sicht

Weiterlesen unter:

Die Schönstatt-Au sagt aufgrund des Corona-Virus alle Veranstaltungen bis auf weiteres ab.
Die Cafeteria und der Buchladen ist geschlossen.
Es finden keine öffentlichen Gottesdienste (Eucharistiefeiern und Andachten) statt.
Das Kapellchen bleibt zum stillen Gebet geöffnet.
Die Schönstätter Marienschwestern schließen alle, die vor Herausforderungen stehen und selbst betroffen sind, in ihr Gebet mit ein.