This page will have updates added as later news becomes available.
19th February 2008
There are now over thirty groups on all continents of the world set to participate in One World Week With Augustine. These groups are scattered through ten different nations.
These nations are: in Europe (Ireland, England, Netherlands, and Malta), North America (Canada and U.S.A.), South America (Ecuador), Asia (Philippines), Africa (Kenya) and Australia.
The groups in Ireland are in Drogheda, Dublin and New Ross, in England in Hammersmith and Hoxton in London and with the Augustinian Sisters at Boarbank Hall in northern England, in Malta one parish group for married persons in the capital city of Valletta and one Augustinian cloistered nuns group, in the United States at Racine, Villanova University and at Augustinian high schools in Chicago and Tulsa, in South America at Chone in Ecuador, in the Philippines at the monastery of the Augustinian contemplative nuns at Bulacan (http://www.augustiniannunsbulacan.org), in Africa in Kenya, and in Australia at Melbourne and Sydney.
The composition of the groups varies greatly, from Augustinian contemplative nuns in the Philippines and Malta, to youth groups in Drogheda, Ireland, family groups in Dublin, groups of seminarians in Kenya, retreat groups at Racine in Wisconsin, members of the lay movement of Augustinian Friends in western Sydney and Melbourne (Australia), and college students at Villanova University, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
24th March 2008
Spain has now increased to twelve the number of nations involved in One World Week With Augustine. See the next page.
Photos (at right).
Picture 1: Youth participants at Drogheda, Ireland.
Picture 2: Augustinian nuns - OWWWA participants at Bulacan, Philippines.
Picture 3: Participants at South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia.
Picture 4: Parish group, Valletta, Malta.
Picture 5: El Escorial, near Madrid, Spian.
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