MADRID, Spain.

Maite Uribe Bilbao, president of the Teresian Association, proposes that the motto “Lord, be for us the way, the truth and the life. Make us eminently human and wholly of God” may unite those inspired by Saint Pedro Poveda’s spirituality and charism during this year.


DUBLIN, Irlanda.
You will probably have seen the television coverage of the Pope in Ireland, 25th - 26th august 2018. It was a beautiful occasion and one which touched the hearts of many. I will concentrate on the Festival of Families and the Papal Mass because that is what you have seen but this was the culmination of 3 previous days of superb lectures, workshops, exhibitions and faith based activities for teenagers and children, from all over the world. These were all held in a  lively, exciting,  atmosphere in the Royal Dublin Society (RDS), the largest venue for a gathering of this size in Dublin.

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Ireland: Failte Pope Francis!

DUBLIN, Ireland. 
The Teresian School in Ireland is happy and proud that the drawing and a letter to Pope Francis written by one of its students was published in a book together with other contribution from all over the country. From Dublin only two entries were selected for the publication. Well done to Olivia!

ROME, Spain. 

Maite Uribe, President of the Teresian Association sends her Christmas greeting  for 2017 cwith the following verse: "Light dawns for the just, and gladness for the honest of heart (Psalm 97: 11).


ROME, Italy. 

Maite Uribe, President of the Teresian Association, has written the letter of the year 2018 with the title “Gratitude, the other face of gift,”


LEGASPI, Albay, Philippines. 
During the 20th Lay Congress of the Philippines, held last October, in the diocese of Legazpi, the National Board of the Council of the Laity was renewed. Rosalinda Basas, member of the Teresian Association, was re-elected secretary.

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