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CMMF Marist School Marikina Experience

21/03/2018: Philippines

Aligning themselves with the thrust of renewing the Champagnat Movement of the Marist Family (CMMF), the School-Marikina core group gathered for a sharing on the on-going renewal processes last March 2. The meeting was an opportunity to share on the Calls of the General Chapter using reflections on the visual presentations of these Calls.

Relevant information on the global structures of the laity leadership across the Institute and the laity animation activities of the East Asia Province were also presented during the meeting.  These allowed the participants to think of means to intensify the promotion of the vocation of the Marist Laity in respect to their own context.

Spearheaded by Mrs. Lucrecia Tabayoyong, the lead animator of the movement, the members proposed means to advocate the vocation of the laity and the CMMF. One project they have was to meet all school personnel per grade-level cluster. Ms. Christine Stokes gave an input and testimony on how CMMF evolved and how her Marist life was nurtured, witnessing to the richness of a life lived the Marist way.

The other members of the CMMF core team are actively involved in giving Marist Formation to the newly hired personnel to ensure new employees are given formative input on Marist values, pedagogy and the Marist way of life.

With the CMMF core team rekindling the passion and taking an upper hand in the on-going Marist formation of the personnel, it is envisaged that the Marist lay vocation be re-discovered, nurtured, and sustained.

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