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23/01/2007: Brazil - Photo gallery

One Heart, One Mission. This was the sentiment that the members of the Provincial Marist Mission Assembly shared at Brazlandia (Brasilia), from the 1st to the 3rd November 2006. The Provincial Assembly, which included seventy-two participants, was part of the Provincial stage of the preparation for the Marist International Mission Assembly which will take place at Mendes (RJ) in September 2007. Throughout the meeting, the group discussed the topic: “How have we come to be here – Itinerary travelled to the Provincial Assembly”, and studied future actions under the focus: “Proposals! What is the challenge for us and for the Mission?”

“This was a very fruitful moment thanks to the diversity of the Province. We share all the challenges and all the hopes of our charism,” underlined Brother Luiz André, of Colatina (Est). “Contemplating the image of the Assembly is like reliving Pentecost, where everyone could speak the same language in diversity,” he added.

On this occasion, each of the participants could communicate to the group the reflections that were made in the Units of the local phase, a fundamental part of the research process of a new way of living the Marist vocation and co-responsibility in evangelising action.

“The most important part of the event was being able to increase the field of vision of Marist mission. And it was very significant to observe the diversity of works that are being carried out, led by the same dream of the Marist charism,” noted Francisco Pereira, member of the Laity Commission.

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