Madrid (Spain). From 15 to 20 February 2024, on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of the Religious Profession and of the 20th of the Beatification of  Sister Eusebia Palomino Yenes, FMA, the Superior General of the Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians, Mother Chiara Cazzuola, visited some houses of the Province of Mary Help of Christians (SPA) and went on pilgrimage to significant places linked to the Blessed.

On 14 February, accompanied by the Vicar General, Sister María del Rosario García Ribas, former Provincial of the Spanish Province, she arrived at Madrid airport, welcomed by the Provincial, Sister María del Rosario Ten Soriano, the Provincial Councilors, and some FMA.

Mother Chiara Cazzuola, tenth successor of Mother Mazzarello, will visit for the first time the places where Blessed Sister Eusebia was born, lived, and matured and realized her vocation as a Salesian educator: Cantalpino, Salamanca, Barcelona-Sarriá, and Valverde del Camino.

During the Visit, in addition to sharing moments of prayer and celebration with the FMA, the Salesian Family, young people, and educators, she will meet with the Provincial and the Sisters of the Provincial Council, and will live a day of formation with the Community Animators.

The Goodnight on 17 February from Barcelona, will be broadcast  in direct streaming.

On 19 February, she will also visit the Sister Eusebia House in Seville on the occasion of its 25th anniversary of foundation. There she will also learn about the residential, formative, and socio-educative projects that the Mornese Foundation realizes, responding to the needs of one of the most socially excluded neighborhoods.  In the evening, the she will go to Sanlúcar la Mayor to meet with all the community administrators.

On Tuesday 20 February, the Visit will conclude with a formation day together with the Animators of the Communities at the House of Spirituality of Sanlúcar la Mayor, Seville.




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