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First inter-community meeting in el salvador

15/06/2012: El Salvador

On Saturday, May 12, 2012 the first intercommunity meeting of the year took place in Liceo Salvadoreño in San Salvador. We were blessed with the participation of almost all the Marist Brothers in the country.

At the start of the meeting we prayed while contemplating the Marial icons included in the last circular of Br. Superior General. Each Brother received a copy of the circular, which invites us to consider the role of Mary on our road to the renewal of the Institute.

Along with the joy of meeting and greeting, the gathering centered on deepening our understanding of the call of the last provincial chapter, which invited us to commit ourselves affectively and effectively to a new approach to Marist vocation ministry. To that end, we spent time reflecting on some input regarding vocation ministry. Along these lines, one of the important points was to revise the idea of vocation that we wish to encourage: “a mysterious event in which the person, in conversation with the Lord, becomes aware of a mission situated in history and commits himself in a concrete response”.

Finally, we shared Eucharist and lunch. Having renewed our ties of unity, we departed, planning to spread the Kingdom and Marist life wherever we happen to be.

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