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REFLECTIONS PROGRAM FOR THE ONGOING FORMATION OF CO-WORKERS

 

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PUCRS - Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul

15/06/2004: Brazil

During the period 2000-2004, 1,100 people have benefited from “Reflections,” a program that provides the teachers and staff of the University and its St. Luke’s Hospital with time to listen, reflect, and talk about the identity and purposes of the Institution.

This program of ongoing education, coordinated by Brother Joaquim Clotet, Vice Rector of the University, offers three very important meetings, the first of which lasts three days, as well as complementary activities. Each meeting covers a different topic:

The first meeting: introducing a reflection on PUCRS: the view.
The second: reflecting on the identity of PUCRS: the identity.
The third: reinforcing our institutional commitment: the commitment.
The complementary activities are intended to enhance the dialogue between faith and culture. They include conferences, informal fraternal gatherings, end-of-the-year meetings with the Rector, monthly meetings on timely topics such as science and faith, ecology and the environment, mission and the role of the laity in the Church, the Apostolic Letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae, the latest on human genetics and the ethical implications involved, Christianity and religious pluralism…
An annual magazine REFLEXÕES PUCRS covers these subjects and is distributed to all the teachers and staff in the University. A pilgrimage to Rome is being planned for this July.

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