The Missionaries of the Sacred Heart are current members and one of the founding congregations of SEDOS.
SEDOS (Service of Documentation and Study on Global Mission) is a forum open to Institutes of Consecrated Life, which commit themselves to deepening their understanding of global mission. It encourages research and disseminates information through its Bulletin and Homepage, the annual SEDOS Residential Seminar (beginning of May), public conferences, and workshops.
We would like to inform you about the SEDOS Autumn Seminar, 2023. It will take place on 13th November at the UISG Piazza di Ponte Sant’Angelo, 28, 00186, Rome, from 8.45 to 17.00 hrs. The Theme is Mission as Synodality –On the experience of living Synodality.
The Registration fee is only € 20,00 per person.
This seminar is only In-Person. The link for the registration is below:
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SEDOS began during the Second Vatican Council when nine missionary societies began to meet in an informal way in Rome to exchange information and opinions on mission in the Church. The guiding light was Father Hein Mondé, Superior General of the Society of African Missions (SMA), together with other eight Superiors General. The group made a significant contribution to Ad Gentes at the Second Vatican Council, which was greatly influenced by their discussions with members of the Roman Curia. In 1964 the nine societies established a permanent secretariat in Rome.