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Oceania Council Meeting in Brisbane

01/12/2015: Australia

The Oceania Council met in Brisbane, Australia, 9-10 November 2015. 

The Oceania Council brings together Leaders and representatives of the Province of Australia and the Districts of Melanesia and the Pacific. While each of these administrative units has projects and interests relating to their local needs and issues the major focus of the Council in current discussions has been on areas and projects that can be shared and networked across the Region.

“The Oceania Council is responsible to establish and maintain a common vision for Marist life and mission across the Region in accordance with the documents of the Church and the General Chapters. The Oceania Council provides opportunities to deepen their sense of Marist Identity and belonging in order to nurture the Marist way of living the Gospel across the Region”.

The Council continues to explore ways to provide effective communication across the Region and enhance opportunities to network among Champagnat Marists.

Many of these projects and activities are detailed in the November 2015 issue of the publication

Marists in Oceania.

The next meeting of the Oceania Council will be held in Sydney, 20-22 March 2016

 

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