Ten Most Read Stories of 2020


Compiled by Will Shaw

These are the most popular stories, from the most read E-Newsletters of 2020. If you saw them the first time, you might wish to see them again, if you missed them the first time, here’s your chance to see what you missed! The list is compiled by surveying the activity for each OMIUSA Newsletter in 2020. The top-ten list is based solely on the number of “clicks” on each article. The stories are posted below in order of popularity, with the most-read story on top.

Video Message from Fr. Louis Studer, OMI regarding the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Posted on April 1, 2020

Video Update: Fr. Louis Studer, OMI

This article focuses on the promotion of the cause of sainthood for  Fr. Pierre Kéralum, OMI

Posted on October 14, 2021

Fr. Pierre Kéralum, OMI – “El Santo Padre Pedrito”: Headed for Sainthood?

The story on Fr. Rosebaugh appeared originally in NCR and was re-posted with permission on OMIUSA.

Posted on May 20, 2020

On the death of Fr. Larry Rosebaugh

April saw the celebration of Bro. Eugene Mule’s Ordination to the Diaconate

Posted April 27, 2020

Bro. Eugene Mwape Mule Ordained to Diaconate

Dr. Scott Woodward was announced as successor to Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI as President of OST

Posted October 7, 2020

Oblate School of Theology Announces New School President

Fr. Jim Brobst, OMI, Vicar-provincial for Mission and Ministry provided a general Province update on video.

Posted April 8, 2020

Province Update: Fr. Jim Brobst, OMI

The General Administration in Rome announced a new Director of JPIC for the Congregation

Posted on October 21, 2020

New JPIC Director Announced

The Oblates officially left Santa Rosa Parish in San Fernando, CA

Posted on June 25, 2020

Oblates Bid Farewell to Santa Rosa


Fr. Studer’s second term as U.S. Provincial was announced in May.

Posted on May 13, 2020

Fr. Louis Studer, OMI Appointed for Second Term as U.S. Provincial

Lebh Shomea Director, Maurice Lange reflected on “the Natural Processes” he witnesses on the land surrounding this historic Oblate property.

Posted May 10, 2020

Religious Communities Meeting a “Profound Need of the Human Soul”