In today’s digital world, having an online presence is more important than ever. That’s why we are thrilled to bring you Cor Unum,” our exciting new weekly blog.  A blog dedicated to the activities of the Superior General and the Central Government of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and our way of embracing modern methods to effectively communicate and evangelize.

The name Cor Unum holds great significance for us Oblates. Translating to “One Heart” in Latin, it captures perfectly the key themes of our congregation’s charism and spirituality. It represents our unity of purpose, shared commitment to the Gospel, and the strong sense of community and brotherhood that defines us as Oblates. This phrase was beloved by our founder, St. Eugene de Mazenod, who envisioned a holy society with one heart and soul.

Cor Unum is not just a resource but an opportunity to see the legacy of St. Eugene de Mazenod and the Oblate charism through the eyes of his successor, the Superior General. Stay connected with the Superior General and stay up to date with his latest whereabouts, messages, reflections, and more. Join him as he embarks on pilgrimages across the Oblate world, meeting other Oblates and Laity who share the Charism. Be informed of the various initiatives and projects led by the Superior General, spanning from mission activities to social justice endeavors, and witness the profound impact of the Congregation on local and global communities.  And most importantly, join in prayer with the Superior General as he shares his experiences, thoughts, and intentions.

Keep abreast of upcoming events, gatherings, and important milestones within the Congregation through the blog. It’s your go-to resource for keeping track of important dates, celebrations, and activities.

Let’s journey together on a path of spiritual growth, shared vision, and renewed commitment to the Oblate charism. Visit the blog today and become part of the vibrant and dynamic online community of the Oblate family.

We sincerely thank you for your continuous support and participation in the mission of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.