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Meeting of Youth-Vocation Ministry and Formation Personnel

17/01/2005: Mexico

4th until the 9th January 2005, a meeting was held in Morelia, Mexico, for Youth-Vocation Ministry and Formation Personnel from the Provinces of the Arco Norte region >From the 4th until the 9th January 2005, a meeting was held in Morelia, Mexico, for Youth-Vocation Ministry and Formation Personnel from the Provinces of the Arco Norte region. Twenty brothers participated: fourteen from the Provinces in Mexico, two from the Province of América Central, one from the Province of Norandina, one from the Province of the United States of America, one from Haiti and Brother Ernesto Sánchez from the General Council’s Religious Life Commission.

Our aims:
* To share our experiences in formation and pastoral ministry.
* To reflect on the future trends of religious life.
* To look for lines of action in order to face the trends and to respond better to challenges as witnesses to the Gospel in our Marist family.
We dedicated our days to
* looking at, listening to and sharing our experiences;
* evaluating and clarifying our current situations;
* drawing up lines of action

We were invited to participate in a vocation seminar in the Marist secondary school in this city.
We visited the new Novitiate house in Santa Cruz, in the midst of a middle-class neighbourhood. We were impressed with what we saw.
We dedicated time to get to know some of the Michoacan culture.
We experienced all of this within the framework of living together as brothers, prayer and the Eucharist, with which we started our day, in the company of ten senior brothers from Champagnat House. We finished our day usually with a time of shared prayer before relaxing.

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