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Retreat of brothers and laity in the Sul-Amazonia province

27/09/2018: Brazil

A retreat for brothers and lay people was held in Veranópolis, Brazil, from Sept. 9 – 15 on ‘Contemplatives in Action: Itineraries in search of God’.

There were 22 brothers and 10 lay people who attended, which were advised by the Coordinators of Consecrated Life and Lay, Br Genuino Benini, Gustavo Balbinot and Regina Biasibetti.

Inspired by the retreat programmes of the Interamerican Spirituality Network, there were four itineraries of human formation: search and contemplation of God within, in the other and in the world, in interiority, in prayer and in one’s life project.

They worked on the Call of the XXII General Chapter and the relationship between brothers and laity, both responsible for the Marist charism in the midst of the realities of the world and in the place where they live and carry out their mission.

There were moments of prayer and silence and of sharing life and vocation.
In the province of Sul-Amazonia, the retreats of brothers and lay people take place in three forms: Experience of God (2 days), Presence of God (2 days) and Deepening (6 days).
In recent years, the Institute has invited the Marists of Champagnat to carry out experiences of joint formation and shared life: brothers and lay people. Responding to that call, the Marist province of Brazil Sul-Amazonia offers that experience since 2015.

In recent years, the Institute has invited the Marists of Champagnat to carry out experiences of joint formation and shared life: brothers and lay people. Responding to that call, the Marist Province Brazil Sul-Amazonia has been offering that experience since 2015.

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