Honorary Doctorate (Honoris Causa) to Kiko Argüello and to the Rabbi David Rosen at the University Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid

Press release On Monday, October 25, the University Francisco de Vitoria of Madrid, a Catholic university that has more than 8,000 students, will award to Kiko Argüello, initiator together with Carmen Hernández of the Neocatechumenal Way, and Rabbi David Rosen, International Director of Religious Affairs of the American Jewish Committee, the Doctorate Honoris Causa for the great contribution to the Jewish-Catholic dialogue, promoting a historical rapprochement between Jews and Christians

Statement by Kiko Argüello on the occasion of the Doctorate Honoris Causa with the Rabbi David Rosen at the Univeristy Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid

I am grateful to the Lord for this event, which seals a long path of rapprochement and friendship between the Neocatechumenal Way and the Hebrew people, which began with Carmen Hernández on her trip to Israel in 1963-64, and which has been promoted by the Declaration “Nostra Aetate” of the Second Vatican Council in 1965. The rediscovery of the roots of our elder brothers in the faith, favored by the

Release from the Neocatechumenal Way

When a charism or an ecclesial reality is found in a foundational state, “the founder is not replaced, he continues on; that is why the Decree speaks of a ‘founder in life’.” This is what the Holy Father has declared in the meeting with all the associations of the faithful, ecclesial movements and new communities, organized by the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life on September 16, 2021. With these

The opening of the cause of beatification of Carmen Hernández is formally requested

Five years have passed since the death of the woman who was co-initiator of the Neocatechumenal Way with Kiko Argüello, Carmen Hernández. In a Eucharist presided over by the Archbishop of Madrid, Cardinal Carlos Osoro, a formal request was made to open the cause of the beatification process of this exceptional woman who has made a mark in the recent history of the Church. Hundreds of members of the Neocatechumenal

Note from Kiko Argüello for the celebration of the 5th anniversary of Carmen’s death at the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid

Dear brothers, May the peace of Jesus Christ be with you, Today, July 19, 2021, we celebrate the 5th anniversary of Carmen’s death; let us pray for her eternal rest, so that she can enjoy the presence of the Lord eternally. Carmen was an exceptional woman, in love with Christ, scripture and the Eucharist. I thank God for Carmen. She was a deep, authentic and free woman in her relationship

Commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the death of Carmen Hernández

On the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the death of Carmen Hernández, co-initiator of the Neocatechumenal Way with Kiko Argüello, a solemn Eucharist will be celebrated this Monday, July 19 at 8:00 p.m. in Madrid, which will be presided by the Cardinal Archbishop of Madrid, Carlos Osoro. The celebration will be attended by hundreds of brothers, mainly from the Neocatechumenal communities of Madrid, and will be concelebrated by numerous

Cardinal Osoro presides a mass for Carmen Hernández in the cathedral on the fifth anniversary of her death

The celebration will be on Monday, July 19, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Madrid – Spain (CEST) ARCHDIOCESE OF MADRID Celebration of 5th anniversary of the death of Carmen Hernández Carmen Hernández experienced the transformative grace of the Word of God