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Tutti Fratelli 2019



Intercongregational program for Community Animators

20/09/2019: Italy

The Tutti Fratelli Program 2019 kicked off on September 8 at the General House of the de La Salle Brothers. There are 60 brothers participating from 14 Congregations and 35 countries.

This program has five objectives, namely:

  • To create a new space of intercongregationality among the religious families participating in the "Tutti Fratelli" Group.
  • To provide an opportunity for continuing formation which includes a focus on the service of leadership and animation.
  • To provide participants with tools to make changes in the communities of Brothers in the face of the new realities of Religious Life that we are living with boldness.
  • To deepen the identity and mission of the religious Brother in relation to the animation of religious and pastoral communities.
  • To strengthen the ties of the Group "Tutti Fratelli" (Rome) with religious Brothers from other latitudes who encourage the communion of religious Brothers in their place of origin.

During the first week, the main focus was on the Identity of the Religious Brother.  For this, Br. Emili Turú, former Superior General of the Marist Brothers, was invited for two sessions.  Other activities that transpired during the first week were the orientation and introduction, presentation of each congregation and an organized tour of Rome.

There are five Marist Brothers who are participating in the Tutti Fratelli 2019.  They are João Gutemberg (Brasil), Thegene Kabalisa (Rwanda), Diego Anton (Venezuela), Afaese Afaese (Samoa) and Lindley Sionosa (Philippines).

The program will run for one month, with October 5 being the last day.

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