Sangre de Cristo FNE

The facebook home for Sangre de Cristo FNE, the first FNE group in New Mexico.

07/23/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

07/22/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

07/21/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

Photos from AGEdoBrasil's post 07/20/2021

Photos from AGEdoBrasil's post

07/20/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

07/19/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

07/18/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

07/17/2021

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

The new year of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Explorers starts soon. Contact us today!

Photos from Sangre de Cristo FNE's post 07/16/2021

How do you build an Altar when you have very little access to solid wood? The Road Runner Patrol has an Answer!

07/16/2021

The New Year for the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group will be starting soon. If you have been thinking about joining the adventure, now would be the perfect time. Send us a message today to learn more!

The New Year for the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group will be starting soon. If you have been thinking about joining the adventure, now would be the perfect time. Send us a message today to learn more!

07/05/2021

On this Independence day, let us remember that our freedoms and rights come from our Creator, and let us recognize His lordship over our land and hearts: Remain with us Lord!
"Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people whom He has chosen for His own inheritance". Psalm 33:12

06/11/2021

Rafting at a Timberwolf Camp last week!

Thank you, #fneexplorers! We loved hosting your #powerfulkids #youthgroup under dazzling #newmexicoskies on the #chamariver.

#fse #uigse #reasontoroam #riteofpassage

Bishop Milan Lach, S.J. and Federation of North American Explorers, FNE 05/06/2021

Bishop Milan Lach, S.J. and Federation of North American Explorers, FNE

Bishop Milan Lach, S.J. and Federation of North American Explorers, FNE Most Reverend Milan Lach, S.J., Bishop of the Byzantine Catholic Eparchyof Parma of the Ruthenians in Ohio, shares his experience as a fellow member and reli...

FNE – Federation of North American Explorers 02/18/2021

FNE – Federation of North American Explorers

See the updated national site! You might find a few faces you recognize from our own Sangre de Cristo FNE group! https://fneexplorers.com/

FNE – Federation of North American Explorers FNE is a volunteer Catholic faith-based youth movement FNE delivers a life-shaping and life-changing experience for you Explore Our Programs All-season camps & field trips, weekly meetings, international travel and more Unique experience to grow in faith, family values and friendship Join Us Join Ou...

12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf boys of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!

Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf boys of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico. - Wishing you a Merry Christmas!

12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf girls of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!

Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf girls of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico. - Correction - Singing a Traditional "German" folk song!

12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from the Otters of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!

Merry Christmas from the Otters of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico. - Otters having fun in the cold weather!

12/24/2020

Merry Christmas!

We wish you all a Holy and Merry Christmas ! May the Child Jesus fill your hearts with His Joy, Peace and Love.

Joyeux Noël ! Buon Natale! Feliz Navidad! Frohe Weihnachten! Wesołych Świąt! Feliz Natal! And so on...😉

PS: this beautiful drawing was made by Emmanuel Beaudesson.

12/24/2020
FNE Timberwolf playing music for seniors during the height of COVID19 12/08/2020

FNE Timberwolf playing music for seniors during the height of COVID19

For our senors isolating right now. One of the FNE youth trying to share his talent with you!

FNE Timberwolf playing music for seniors during the height of COVID19 From the safety of his home this timberwolf playing beautiful music to share with seniors in nursing and retirement homes.

12/05/2020

Santiago 2021 - Bande-annonce

An amazing opportunity for members of the red branch known as Wayfarer Explorers.

Photos from Federation of North-American Explorers [FNE]'s post 11/28/2020

Photos from Federation of North-American Explorers [FNE]'s post

11/23/2020
11/21/2020

Our Brother Explorers in West Virginia!

Explorer Boys attended an outdoor votive Mass of their patron, St. John Berchmans!

11/17/2020
11/17/2020
Photos from Sangre de Cristo FNE's post 11/09/2020

Photos from Sangre de Cristo FNE's post

10/31/2020

The boy's patron for the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group. Happy feast day!

FEAST OF BLESSED THEODORE ROMZHA - OCTOBER 31

Bishop Theodore G. Romzha was born of humble parentage on April 14, 1911 in Velikij Bychkiv, in the heart of the colorful district of Maramorosh, Subcarpathian Ruthenia. He was a pious and gifted young boy, and his only ambition was to become a priest.
He received his secondary education at the gymnasium (high school) in Chust. Due to his friendly disposition and scholastic achievements he became one of the most popular students. His popularity increased even more when he proved himself as an all-around athlete, excelling in soccer. At his graduation, he took everybody by surprise when he announced his intention of becoming a priest. He was sent to Rome for his priestly formation.
… He was ordained to the priesthood in Rome on Christmas Day, December 25, 1936.
In the summer of the following year he came home to celebrate his “first” Liturgy with the intention of returning to finish his doctoral dissertation. But instead of returning to Rome, he was drafted into military service and sent to protect his country against the German invasions. To his friend in Rome he confided: “I am going to the front with a deep conviction of doing the will of God. Therefore, I do not fear what will happen to me.”
… The young priest Romzha became a poor pastor among poor people. There were times when he could afford only one meal a day while trying to help his needy parishioners. But he did not complain. On the contrary, he was always ready to help. To his curious friend in Rome he wrote: “I live here as a pauper and yet I feel happy and satisfied.”
On May 31, 1943, during the critical time of the war, Bishop Alexander Stojka suddenly died. In view of the uncertainties of the time, the Holy See appointed Bishop Nicholas Dudash, OSBM of Hajdudorog, as the temporary administrator of Mukachevo Eparchy. While the Soviet army was rapidly approaching the Carpathian Mountains, the Holy See promptly appointed Msgr. Theodore G. Romzha to succeed Bishop Dudash as the Apostolic Administrator of Mukachevo. His episcopal ordination took place in Uzhorod, September 24, 1944.
… At the beginning, Bishop Romzha tried not to antagonize the Soviet authorities, although some abusive and violent actions committed by the Soviet soldiers against the clergy were reported to him. But when the Soviet authorities started to expel the priests from their parishes at random and confiscate the church property, he was forced to protest against such abuses.
The Soviets had a ready answer: “Since the attitude of the Vatican is hostile toward the Soviet Union, the Soviet government cannot tolerate within its borders the Greek Catholic Church, loyal to the Vatican. Therefore, there is only one solution for you. You must recognize and submit to the jurisdiction of the Patriarch of Moscow.” Bishop Romzha immediately replied: “I will rather die than betray my Church.” This signaled the open persecution of the Greek Catholic Church in Subcarpathia.
… The Soviets were unable to intimidate Bishop Romzha. Therefore, they decided to liquidate him. First they staged a highway accident. The horse drawn carriage in which Bishop was returning home from the rededication of the church in Lavki, near Mukachevo, was rammed by a military truck. Bishop Romzha was badly injured, but he survived the attempted murder. The passersby took him to the hospital in Mukachevo. In a few days he began to regain his strength. Then suddenly, early on the morning of November 1, 1947, he was found dead.
The night before Bishop Romzha’s death, the director of the hospital and a strange nurse, who promptly disappeared the next day, were seen entering Bishop’s room about midnight. They poisoned him! The Soviet authorities announced the Bishop Romzha died from injuries suffered in his highway accident, but the people knew better. They knew that their intrepid Shepherd was mercilessly killed for refusing to join the Orthodox Church.
Bishop Theodore Romzha was beatified by Pope St. John Paul II on June 27, 2001 in Lviv, Ukraine.

- Byzantine Leaflet Series No. 39, Byzantine Seminary Press, May 1987

10/22/2020

Come out to explore!

09/27/2020

Thanking God for the opportunity to come together again in person. We welcomed visitors and perspective Explorers. God is good!

07/05/2020

Today we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of French Scouting, a model that inspired so many scouting movements across the world, including ours.

Thank you Fr. Sevin for this priceless heritage.

Today we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the foundation of French Scouting, a model that inspired so many scouting movements across the world, including ours.

Thank you Fr. Sevin for this priceless heritage.

06/19/2020

"The FNE coat-of-arms features first and foremost the Sacred Heart of Our Lord Jesus Christ, to which our FSE movement is dedicated, surrounded by the crown of thorns. In the upper left is a six-pointed star, representing Our Lady as the Immaculate Conception and Patroness of the United States of America. In the upper right is the trillium, a North American wildflower in the lily family, representing both St. Joseph, the patron of Canada, and Ontario -- of which it is the provincial flower -- where our FNE association was first founded. The three symbols on our arms, taken together, represent the Holy Family, in particular the devotion of FNE to the Holy Family as a model and protector of the family in this day and age where it is under constant assault. The red chevron represents the Blood of Christ and the martyrs who shed their blood for the Faith, together with three fleurs-de-lys of our FSE movement. The fleur-de-lys is one of the most ancient symbols of Christendom -- from the Byzantine Empire, where it was a symbol of royalty and prosperity, to Lombard France, where Our Lord Jesus Christ asked the kings to put it on their flags as a sign of public recognition of His Social Kingship. The fleur-de-lys of our movement is placed here three times to represent the Holy Trinity, and on the chevron of Christ's Blood that we may live by His example, sustained by His Body and Blood, totally oriented toward God. The upper field of the arms is blue, representing the mantle of Our Lady who, by her motherly affection and protection, watches over and protects our movement. All who wear these arms devote themselves as sons and daughters of Christendom to the Sacred Heart of Jesus."

"The FNE coat-of-arms features first and foremost the Sacred Heart of Our Lord Jesus Christ, to which our FSE movement is dedicated, surrounded by the crown of thorns. In the upper left is a six-pointed star, representing Our Lady as the Immaculate Conception and Patroness of the United States of America. In the upper right is the trillium, a North American wildflower in the lily family, representing both St. Joseph, the patron of Canada, and Ontario -- of which it is the provincial flower -- where our FNE association was first founded. The three symbols on our arms, taken together, represent the Holy Family, in particular the devotion of FNE to the Holy Family as a model and protector of the family in this day and age where it is under constant assault. The red chevron represents the Blood of Christ and the martyrs who shed their blood for the Faith, together with three fleurs-de-lys of our FSE movement. The fleur-de-lys is one of the most ancient symbols of Christendom -- from the Byzantine Empire, where it was a symbol of royalty and prosperity, to Lombard France, where Our Lord Jesus Christ asked the kings to put it on their flags as a sign of public recognition of His Social Kingship. The fleur-de-lys of our movement is placed here three times to represent the Holy Trinity, and on the chevron of Christ's Blood that we may live by His example, sustained by His Body and Blood, totally oriented toward God. The upper field of the arms is blue, representing the mantle of Our Lady who, by her motherly affection and protection, watches over and protects our movement. All who wear these arms devote themselves as sons and daughters of Christendom to the Sacred Heart of Jesus."
Semper Parati!

fneexplorers.com 06/12/2020

ABOUT – FNE

Who are we?
https://www.fneexplorers.com/about-us/

fneexplorers.com WHO IS THE FNE? The Federation of North American Explorers (FNE) is a volunteer Catholic faith-based youth movement that teaches responsibility, promise, commitment, leadership, service, and loyalty. We explore nature, the outdoors, the community, service to others, leadership, and the Catholic fait...

06/01/2020

Grupo Scout El Señor De Los Afligidos - MSCM

From our brothers and sister just south of us!

No cuenten los dias, no cuenten las horas, recuerden seguir las medidas de prevencion.
Esten pendientes de la pagina, se estaran pasando videos de actividades que puedan realizar en casa.

Scout ¡Semper Parati!

04/27/2020

Our Emblem and where it comes from. From the uigse-fse.org website:
"The emblem of our movement is “argent an eight-pointed cross gules, overlaid with a golden fleur-de-lis”. It was chosen by the founders of the movement in Cologne in 1956.

The red Maltese cross recalls the ideal of former knighthood, in particular that of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, red being the colour of generosity and courage. The eight points also recall the religion of our movement’s members, and the red, the blood of martyrs. The eight points illustrated, for the former Knights of Malta, the eight virtues of the Beatitudes of the Sermon on the Mount that they were to acquire.

The fleur-de-lis is the scouts’ universal emblem, recalling the fleur-de-lis pointing North on all the former maps – and thus the right direction-, and its points illustrate the three main virtues of scouts, i.e. truthfulness, devotedness and pureness.

The emblem of the movement is worn on the beret, the chest, the belt buckle and on the flag of the movement, called Baussant."

Videos (show all)

Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf boys of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!
Merry Christmas from the Timberwolf girls of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!
Merry Christmas from the Otters of the Sangre de Cristo FNE Group in New Mexico!
Sangre de Cristo FNE - What we do...
One of our parents made a short video about the Pro-Life march in Santa Fe, NM.  Check it out!
2018 End of the Year Girls Timber Wolf (8-12) Youth Night! Akela teaches the wolves how to make LED Christmas tree stars...
2018 End of the Year Otter (5-8) Youth Night!  Fun, Skits, and the True Meaning of Christmas!Music: https://www.bensound...
Nov. 26th, 2018 Otter youth night!Music: https://www.bensound.com
Timber Wolves and Explorers November 2018 Youth Nights! Braving the cold preparing for future events!Music: https://www....
Good Friday 2019 Pilgrimage to Tomé Hill Part 2!  Completing the pilgrimage and prayer, the youth contemplate the Passio...
Being Divine Mercy Sunday, here is a short slide show of the Good Friday 2019 Pilgrimage to Tomé Hill! Music: https://ww...

Location

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Albuquerque, NM
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Metro CREW Metro CREW
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St. John's Music Ministries St. John's Music Ministries
2626 Arizona St NE
Albuquerque, 87110

The rich musical heritage of the Christian faith has a place at St. John's United Methodist Church. We invite you to be a part of Music at St. John's. Visit musicatstjohns.org

Nation of Islam - Albuquerque Nation of Islam - Albuquerque
Albuquerque, 98102

The Nation of Islam creating peace, unity, and brotherhood with the life giving teachings of The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

Three Angels SDA Church Three Angels SDA Church
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Follow us to receive daily announcements and updates plus encouraging words and music! Make sure to visit us and spread our page!

City Baptist Church • Albuquerque City Baptist Church • Albuquerque
432 Avenida Cesar Chavez SE
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UNM Native InterVarsity UNM Native InterVarsity
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This page is to share the information of Native InterVarsity. If you are Native American, American Indian, or Indigenous and have questions about Jesus.

Legacy Church SOS Homeless Ministry Legacy Church SOS Homeless Ministry
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Albuquerque, 87121

First Baptist Church of West Albuquerque First Baptist Church of West Albuquerque
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Welcome to First Baptist Church of West Albuquerque. For more information, please visit our website at www.fbcwa.org.

X Factor Explorers Kid's Ministry X Factor Explorers Kid's Ministry
3023 Montclaire Dr NE
Albuquerque, 87110

eXplorers is X Factor Christian Fellowship' kids ministry. Babies through 5th grade

Spctrm Student Ministries Spctrm Student Ministries
4001 Osuna Rd NE
Albuquerque, 87109

Don’t go through life alone! There’s a place for you in our SPCTRM family!

Common Ground Church Common Ground Church
6521 Paradise Blvd NW Suite H
Albuquerque, 87114

Leading every person toward Unity in JESUS We exist to show every person that we all have value, hope, and purpose. We celebrate our diversity and uniqueness while we find our identity in Jesus.