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Brother Ricardo Reynoso named new Provincial

25/08/2009: Mexico

Brother Ricardo Reynoso Ramirez has been appointed Provincial of the Mexico Central Province for a three-year term of office, 2009 to 2012. He will assume the position in the course of the Provincial Chapter targeted for December 19-21, 2009.

Brother Ricardo was born October 25, l956 and presently serves as vice-Provincial. He is Master of Postulants at FMS Mexico’s interprovincial Postulancy. In submit-ting a brief autobiographical sketch as delegate to the upcoming General Chapter, Brother Ricardo wrote as follows:

My path between false starts and successes has found direction in the measure that I have found God.

I have felt myself accompanied by « THE GOOD MOTHER » during my 11 years as formator in the postulancy, as director, master or apprentice among the Mixtec Indians, accompanied by communities and charitable brothers who have opened their heart to me :Chepe, Arturo, Chacho, Jorge, Renato, Avelino, Pancho …

I received training as a primary and secondary school teacher, and when I had need of new tools to succeed in carrying out Marcellin’s « dream », I participated in a seminar on pastoral planning and in a course for formators at Valpré (France). Most recently, in order to accompany the postulants, under my charge, in their journey of self-discovery, I took a course in psychotherapy.

My family is a large one. We lived the faith there in poverty and in the joy of sharing bread and work. My father, an active social activist, my tireless mother, an artist at heart, and my brothers, all have been a valuable resource for me.

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