In the city of Jaén, the centenary commemoration of the first diocesan and civil approval of the Teresian Association, in 1917, has been well remembered. Among others, the University of Jaén offered an "Exhibition of unique documents from its General Archive and a portrait of Josefa Segovia". In this context, the latest biography on María Josefa Segovia (“María Josefa Segovia, la mujer de los ojos abiertos”) was presented.
In a small way, yet preceded by a big desire to join the Teresian Association (TA) worldwide in making known the figure of St. Pedro Poveda, the film POVEDA was screened in two places in Mumbai last July 27th and August 20th, 2017.
A project for educators from six public and private schools takes place at the Educational and Cultural Center of the Pontifical Mission (formerly Library of the Pontifical Mission) led by members of the Teresian Association.
The University Residence for Women (RUF, Spanish initials) of the Teresian Association in Lima, Peru, is celebrating 70 years of service to Peruvian society. A special celebration took place in August.
LA CAROLINA, Jaén, Spain.
The mayor of La Carolina, Yolanda Reche, presided over an act to honor some people from her town and other Andalusians by naming streets after them. One of these people is Josefa Segovia Morón.
Narcea Editions has published a book in Spanish titled “María Josefa Segovia Morón. La mujer de los ojos abiertos” (Maria Josefa Segovia Morón. The Woman with Eyes Open," written by María Encarnación González.
On Tuesday, May 30, feast of Saint Ferdinand, patron saint of Seville, the city honored some people who have made outstanding contributions. Consuelo Flecha García, Professor of History of Education, received the Gold Medal of the Andalusian capital, along with Amalia Gómez, President of the Red Cross, La Hermandad del Rocío, and NGO ACCEM that works with refugees among the winners.