The Berlin Jesuit Community, the White Fathers and the English Speaking Mission take care of our religious needs.

Celebrant Schedule
for May 2019

May 5, 2019, 10 am
Fr. Sylvester Ajunwa
May 12, 2019, 10 am
Fr. Wolfgang Felber, SJ
May 19, 2019, 10 am
Fr. Dietmar Lenfers
May 26, 2019, 10 am
Fr. Wolfgang Schonecke, MAfr

We thank Fr Simon Boiser (l) and Fr Jun de Ocampo SVD (r) who have served
our Community for two years


Our celebrants include:

Father Wolfgang Felber, SJ

In 1960, I was born in a small town in the pre-alpine region of Bavaria, Bad Wörishofen (Wöris-hofen) - well known for the so-called "Kneipp-Cures", invented by a priest (Sebastian Kneipp) in the 19th century (application of hot and cold water, healthy food, physical exercise). This small town lies in a region where I grew up with French- and Italian-speaking Swiss TV and radio, and this really gave me an interest in languages. In 1980, I joined the Jesuits (Society of Jesus, SJ) in Nuremberg. A bit of philosophy, working with young people, some theology and a degree in Economics were offered to me by my order in different locations in Europe (Munich, Innsbruck, Paris, Mannheim). I was ordained priest in October 1989 in Munich and I worked as an economist in Vienna, Austria (Catholic Social Academy of Austria) and then from 1997 on in Brussels (European Office of the Jesuits and pastoral work with EU civil servants, NATO staff and diplomats). Our "Foyer Catholique Européen" is a "Europe en miniature". In this Foyer, I learned that what was possible there is possible on the scale of the different countries, and what was difficult or impossible there is difficult or impossible on the scale of the countries. From August 2009 till April 2012, I served as the business administrator of Canisius Kolleg in the Berlin district of Tiergarten. Since then I have been working for the archdiocese of Berlin (chaplain at the two airports Tegel and Schoenefeld, chaplain in hospitals, and my presence at All Saints). Here I discover not only a "Europe en miniature", but a "world en miniature" – and I really do enjoy it.


Father Wolfgang Schonecke, M. Afr.

1938 Born in Berlin / Germany
1948-57 Secondary education at Canisius College, Berlin
1957-64 Studies of philosophy and theology at institutes of the Missionaries of Africa in Trier and London
1964-82 Pastoral work in Uganda
1982-92 Leadership work for the Missionaries of Africa
1993-94 Justice and Peace Studies at Maryknoll School of Theology (MTh)
1994-2001 Work at the pastoral department of AMECEA (Association of Members of Episcopal Conference of Eastern Africa) for the implementation of the first African Synod
2001-2010 Justice and Peace work with NAD, the German branch of the Africa-Europe Faith and Justice Network AEFJN




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