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Programmes of formation for laity

 

Maristas Modules intended for lay Marists.
CEPAM - Mexico.

This is how Br. Aureliano Brambila, director of CEPAM, presents these modules. Marist laity have frequently and over a period of time asked CEPAM to consider courses better adapted to their life situations. We believe we have finally achieved this, at least in what concerns the programming. We hope that these modules will prove as successful as the courses for the brothers. The whole programme is made up of 20 modules. Each of them contains important parts that can be classified as: correspondance active and passive, documents and testimonies, biography of  Father Champagnat.
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Plan of Formation for laity and joint formation
Province of « América Central »

The need of a Plan of Formation for laity flows from the presence and growth of a group of lay persons committed to living the Marist charism, which is expressed in various ways and introduces a new understanding of Marist life, wider and more diverse. One also observes a growing awareness of the need for formation to   facilitate the transformation of our presences, personal growth, and the response to the needs of our respective milieus.
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Some important ideas on the formation of the lay Marist
Br. Joaquim Panini.  Province of « Brasil Centro-Sul »

This approach has been inspired by three main reasons. First of all, the coming to birth of a « new dawn » in the Congregation, fruit of the ever growing commitment of lay people to the Marist mission, in response to the insistent appeals of the Church and the Congregation.

Two other reasons have led me to develop this approach: the need to define clear  concepts about the identity and vocation of lay Marists, and the importance of making known the principles which must govern specific as well as common formation, as well as the necessity of clarifying for all what should be the role of the brothers in the formation of the laity.
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