MORENO, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The Teresian Association in Argentina has assumed the management of a new schoolin 2016, Fahy Institute, in the Municipality of Moreno located in the western area of the so-called "Greater Buenos Aires." It is an agricultural technical school with three levels of education through secondary education, founded by the Association of Ladies of Saint Joseph (Irish community) in the late nineteenth century.
"Courage and clarity of vision" is the theme addressed by Maite Uribe, President of the Teresian Association, in the Letter of the Year 2017. In it she presents the motto that will accompany the mission of the Association in the various contexts: Be courageous! Do not be afraid! The Spirit of the Lord is fortitude and love!
The Spanish department of the Catholic University of Paris celebrated seventy years of activity on December 8. The party, organized around three round tables, summoned many people of all ages: faculty, colleagues, students, family, friends.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic.
Authorities and alumni of Veritas Institute in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, recognized the merits, commitment, and dedication to teaching of Encarnación Molina, a retired teacher and member of the Teresian Association who worked at the Institute and returned to this country after 35 years.
A "Meeting of University Residences of Latin America" of the Teresian Association met on October 8-10 with the following theme: "More than just residing." Staff from other university residences were invited.
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea.
With a roundtable on "The family today," the Teresian Association (TA) in Equatorial Guinea (EG) opened the celebrations for the 75th anniversary of its arrival in this country at the Cultural Center of Spain in Malabo, on October 8th. The scheduled events, includes the projection of the film POVEDA on October 21.
On the feast of Saint Teresa of Jesus, on October 15, we publish "Generosity and charm, essential to the Teresian spirit of Saint Pedro Poveda," a text written by Mª Encarnación González Rodriguez on the occasion of the V Centenary of St. Teresa which was celebrated last year.