Puebla, Mexico. The Cordimarian Missionary Sisters, a congregation of Pontifical right founded in México by Fr. Julián Collell, CMF and Motehr Carmen Serrano, MCM, are celebrating the centenary of the initial inspiration of their foundation.
The central moment of this latest milestone was the meeting and the celebration of the Eucharist held Wednesday April 3rd, in the place of the same inspiration: the small chapel of “San Matías” in the city of Puebla de Los Angeles (México), with the participation of 64 missionaries present from the United States, Guatemala, and Mexico.
Accompanying the sisters were some Claretians, and a group of the sisters’ relatives, friends, and benefactors.
Previously, the Cordimarians devoted three days to reflect, pray and prepare for the feast, renewing their dedication to the mission entrusted to them in the Church, placing themselves under the protection of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Joseph, and St. Anthony Mary Claret.
The hundred years since that initial event have been in the search and openness to the Spirit, of dedication to the evangelizing mission, sorority, and the dedication of many sisters, always counting on the presence of the Spirit. PHOTOS