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Brother Jeffrey Crowe’s second mandate as Provincial

22/04/2010: Australia

Brother Superior General and his Council, in their ordinary session of 16 March 2010, have appointed Brother Jeffrey Crowe as Provincial of Sydney for a second three year term, starting on 19 December 2010.

In the letter to the Brothers of the Province to communicate this news, Brother Superior General emphasised that the acceptance of this responsibility was « at once an act of generosity and of faith. » The Brothers, through the preliminary consultation, continued Brother Emili, showed that they « appreciate the leadership qualities Brother Jeffrey brings to the Province ». And he also expressed his satisfaction « for the commitment in the Province » to respond to the calls of the General Chapter.

Among the objectives of the Provincial Plan Brother Jeffrey will have to pay particular attention to, we mention the following: a renewed sense of consecration firmly rooted in the Gospel, which inspires a search for new ways of being brother; a new relationship between Brothers and laity based on the common search for a greater vitality of the Marist charism; a very significant presence among poor children, and lastly, an international mentality in all that is achived by the Province.

Brother Superior General closed his letter by congratulating Brother Jeffrey on his constant personal work, as well as that of the Brothers of the Province, with the Marist laity.

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