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Growing openness to the Laity and the process of coming to a new understanding of the meaning of our Brotherhood

 

2012-04-28: Secretariat of Laity


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Br. Charles affirmed it clearly in 1993: “An Institute’s charism does not belong exclusively to that Institute. Charisms exist for the Church and belong to the Church. We are heirs to the charism of Marcellin, and thus, its guardians, yet we look upon our ability to share this great gift as a joy and responsibility. Lay people will assuredly show us new facets of this charism as they go about living it ever more fully, and our communion in spirit with them will reveal to us new insights into our vocation as Brothers.”

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