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Last course: from 10 to 30 July 2005

19/08/2005: Mexico

CEPAM is a structure thought up for the study of the spiritual patrimony of the Institute. Its initials mean: Centre of Studies of the Marist Spiritual Patrimony. It is important to emphasize that CEPAM is not a second novitiate any more than a spirituality centre. It is, as its name indicates clearly, a study centre. Let us say that intellectual knowledge of the Founder and of the Marist charism take first place. CEPAM seeks to deepen our spiritual patrimony by giving preference, certainly, to the figure of the Founder, by taking into account the growth of the Institute in time and space. And that not in order to cultivate a certain nostalgia and regressive attitudes, but to inspire an authentic “refoundation” starting from the present and aimed towards the future. The participants in the CEPAM course which was held at Loma Bonita, Guadalajara, Mexico, from 10 to 30 July were: Michel Angel Tapia (Mexico), Diobenys Paternina ( Venezuela), Vinicios Malfatti (Brazil), Hugo Emerson Jiminez (Mexico), Aureliano Brambila (Mexico), Charles Saulo Corzo (Colombia), Maria Elida Quinones ( Mexico) and Cecilio Herrera (Mexico).

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