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Oblate US JPIC Committee Gathers in Godfrey, Illinois October 19th, 2009

US JPIC Committee Members and Staff Visit Shed Dedicated to Darrell Rupiper, OMI on the CSA at Godfrey, IL

US JPIC Committee Members and Staff Visit the Shed Dedicated to Darrell Rupiper, OMI on the Community Supported Agriculture Project at Godfrey, IL

On October 15 and 16, the United States Province Oblate Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) committee held a bi-annual strategy meeting in Godfrey, Illinois to review, share progress and discuss how to continue the JPIC work most effectively. Part of the agenda included brief updates from staff from the Washington JPIC office, the Oblate Ecological Initiative based in Godfrey and the General Service office in Rome. Committee members also reported on their JPIC work.

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Fall 2009 Issue of JPIC Report Available On-Line September 8th, 2009

september-2009-jpic-newsThe Fall 2009 issue of JPIC Report, the newsletter of the US Justice, Peace/Integrity of Creation Office of the Missionary Oblates is available on line. This issue features updates on Sri Lanka, Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Oblate work on faith responsible investing and much more.

Read the Fall 2009 Issue (Download PDF)

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Memorial Celebration of the Life of Larry Rosebaugh, OMI July 11th, 2009

2009-07-02-003Forty days after he was killed on the road to Playa Grande in Guatemala a great crowd gathered to remember and celebrate the gift of Fr Lorenzo Rosebaugh OMI in their lives. The celebration was led by the bishop of Quiche, Monsenor Mario Molina and the apostolic nuncio to Guatemala His Excellency the most reverend Paul Richard Gallagher, alongside numerous priests and leaders in the community.

View photos of the memorial celebration.

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