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The Chapter of the Marist District of Asia was held in Cambodia from July 25-29 which included brothers and lay Marists from Spain, El Salvador, New Zealand, Philippines, Vietnam, Bangladesh, China, Brazil, Guatemala, Solomon Islands, Malaysia, Italy, Paraguay, Argentina, Ghana, Ecuador, Australia, India, Germany, Mexico, Korea and France. 
 
Brother Tony Leon, of the Brothers Today Secretariat, facilitated the chapter. Brother Joe McKee VG was the president and Brother Chris Wills, of Cmi, was an observer.
 
Thirty-five of the participants were voting members of the chapters and there was also representation from the novices and lay Marists. 
 
A four-member council consisting of Brothers, Canisio Wilrich, Luis Sobrado, Eugenio Sanz and Ismael Valls was elected to support the District Leader, Brother Juan Castro for the next three years. 
 
Recommendations from the chapter included directions, strategies and policies concerning Community Life, Formation and Ministry and Projects.
 
The chapter was a time of reconnection among MDA community members scattered throughout six countries in Asia – India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and China.
 
The MDA postulancy is in the Philippines and Novices attend the international novitiate in Sri Lanka.
 

A great spirit of fraternity and sorority was enjoyed by all the participants.

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