Posts Tagged ‘Neocatechumenate’

Catholic Church in Guam still divided

Friday, March 27th, 2015

Over the past few months, many of the Guam’s Catholics have been divided by a line in which one side supports the Neocatechumenal Way (NCW) movement and those who want to keep the old traditions of the local Catholic church. On Wednesday a prayer vigil took place in Hagåtña. Gregory D. Perez, president of the Read more

Apostolic Delegate visits Guam to build bridges

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

A controversy has arisen regarding an alleged attempt to transfer ownership of property owed by Archdiocese Hagåtña to an organisation connected to the Neocatechumenal Way. Last week, while on a visit to to Guam, the apostolic delegate archbishop Martin Krebs said he had come help build bridges and help those who want to build bridges. Krebs Read more

Missionaries told to respect local culture

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Pope Francis, Saturday, told members of Neocatechumenal Way to pay attention to cultural differences when they go about missionary work. He said the Catholic Church’s overall unity is more important than the details of their own practices. Pope Francis also told the groups they are also to respect the authority and guidance of local bishops. The Neocatechumenate’s religious Read more