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The meeting of the Regional Committee looks back on the combined journey and considers more synergistic processes for the future



Provincials and representatives from the Region of America del Sud hold discussions in São Paulo

07/01/2019: Brazil

Between the 14th and 16th of November, the Regional Committee of America del Sud met in São Paulo. The meeting traced the development of the Region since its foundation in 2016, aligning proposals and opening  areas of dialogue concerning the future plans for the five Provincial meetings.  

In the course of this three day encounter, the group revisited the Strategic Plan of the Marist Institute and the calls of the General Chapter, as a way to evaluate and to reflecton the implementation of animation and administration which it is building in the South American Region. Besides discussing  topics dealing with government and re-evaluating the way forward, there were also discussions on topics such as mission, resources and structures, the Marist life and communication. The Executive Secretary of the Region, Brother Alberto Aparicio, also gave a presentation to the Brothers of the Province dealing with  the structure of animation, government and administration.   

The next meeting is scheduled for April.  

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