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Process of revitalising the Champagnat Movement of the Marist Family

21/09/2012: General House

Last June, a commission formed of  persons of the Champagnat Movement of the Marist Family from different countries began work on outlining a process for the  revitalisation of this movement with enthusiasm, reflection and great interest. For this, the contributions received from the national meetings have been very valuable.

This undertaking touches personal and community life, and the depth of the mystery of God who has been present among us all these years.

We encourage you to reread your history and discover the lights and shadows of the course covered, as well as to discern in fraternity ways of being more and more creative and faithful to the God of Life.

We INVITE you to make use of the space of the web site we have launched to express yourselves, offer your experiences in fraternity or in group, present ideas and  suggestions for furthering the process of the Champagnat Movement, the lights and shadows you perceive, some creative proposal… What a richness to be able to share our lived experience !

We wish this to be a means of expression open to all on the Champagnat Movement, whether we are part of it or not. The diversity of points of view is always a richness. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

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Ana Sarrate - Co-ordinator of the Commission

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