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Apostolic Movement


Schoenstatt in Mission: the fruits of the covenant of love


In mission in and for the Church

Through various initiatives, Schoenstatt contributes to making the Church ever more missionary and evangelizing. Living an "outgoing" spirit, our projects reach out to millions of people around the world, bringing the Church closer to the different social realities that exist in many countries. Thanks to several Schoenstatt projects, such as the Pilgrim Mother Campaign, the Church is present in family homes, prisons, schools, businesses, indigenous tribes, war zones and many hard-to-reach places, as a sign of closeness and welcome. Schoenstatt's commitment to the Church fosters a world united in prayer and mission, promoting unity and a common spiritual purpose.

Pilgrim Mother
The Pilgrim Mother Campaign encourages Rosary prayer and consecration to Mary, fostering grace-filled homes and hearts. Thousands of people on all continents have already welcomed the Pilgrim Mother.
Mens' Rosary
The Men's Rosary "Mother and Queen" is an apostolate that began in Brazil in 1997 and every week brings together a large number of men to pray the rosary. They meet in small and large groups that are represented in numerous congregations throughout the country.
Pastoral of Hope
The name comes from a speech by Benedict XVI on the theme "Balsam in wounds, a response to the wounds of divorce". The Pastoral of Hope was born in the heart of the Schoenstatt Apostolic Movement in Paraguay.
Group of Silence and Prayer
An apostolate of prayer in the social networks for the prompt canonization of Father Kentenich.  This group was shaped as an apostolate that would encourage Father Kentenich’s Secretariat in Ecuador.