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Provincial Chapter in Santa Eulalia

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The province of Santa María de los Andes held its V Provincial Chapter in Peru, from 20 to 23 July, with the attendance of 35 capitulants and 12 invited (2 brothers, 9 laity and 1 priest). The Superior General, Br Emili Turú, was also present.

During the Chapter, Br Saturnino Alonso took up office as Provincial, succeeding Antonio Peralta. The following brothers were elected as provincial councillors: Patricio Pino, Isidro Azpeleta, class=imgshadowÓscar Montenegro, César Sema, Pedro Herreros and José Antonio López.

The work of the chapter was varied. Initially, all were invited to reflect on their own perception of the Province and on the provincial project. Based on this reflection, consideration was given to the existing structures, laying down guidelines for their reorientation and highlighting the priorities the provincial government should put into practice.

There was also time given for various items of news, especially those relating to the FMSI office in the province of Cono Sur and the economic questions of the province.

Br Emili met with the members of the Chapter and shared aspects of the life of the Institute. He insisted on internationality, reminding them of the challenge of interprovincial relations. He also emphasized Marist life in the District of Asia, the initiatives inherent in the celebration of the Bicentenary of the Institute, the meeting on lay association, international communities, programs of ongoing formation, the topic of initial formation and the new models project.

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