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First meeting of affiliated Marists of the Province of Brasil Centro-Sul

06/12/2005: Brazil

On the 26th and 27th November, the first meeting of affiliated Marists of the Province of Brasil Centro-Sul took place at the Centro Marista Marcelino Champagnat, in Curitiba, PR. Nine affiliated members participated – among them the Archbishop Emeritus of Curitiba, Dom Pedro Fedalto – as well as ten Marist Brothers, four members of the Ministry team that co-ordinated the meeting and the wife of one of the affiliated members.
The meeting allowed us to get to know each other better, to experience fraternity, to share our life, to deepen our spirituality, to make progress on our identity and to explore the future of mission and formation.

We outlined the lines of action for our future pathway, touching on the following aspects: to be an evangelical presence among people, to share our life and our experience of affiliation with the brothers, to develop a Marist biblical and theological formation, to cultivate our spiritual life, to participate in the Marist vocations ministry and to develop links of friendship with the brothers and the Marist communities. We fixed the date of the next meeting which will look at the development and implementation of adequate and practical structures.
Our meeting was marked by joy, simplicity and family spirit. The final evaluation noted a high degree of satisfaction and of gratitude. All left enthusiastic and prepared to continue, with renewed commitment, the mission that is ours as Christians and affiliated Marists.

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