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More than 700 professionals gather from the Ibérica province

16/11/2017: Spain

More than 700 educators and Marists of the Ibérica province met simultaneously in Madrid and Pamplona, Spain, to discuss the topic of emotions ahead of the new academic year.

The ‘Fourteenth Day of the Marist Educator,’ which was held on Nov. 4 under the theme “Take care of me!” (“¡Cuídateme!”), took place in the schools of San José del Parque in Madrid and Santa María la Real in Pamplona.

The meeting focused on the importance of being aware of the emotion experienced by educators during their work, both their own and those of colleagues with whom the task is shared.

With this objective, Enrique Secanell in Madrid and Ainhoa Bergua in Pamplona led a work session entitled “Take care of my emotions” (“Cuídateme las emociones”).

The provincial of Ibérica, Brother Moisés Alonso, alluded to one of the messages of the new superior general, Brother Ernesto Sánchez, who spoke in Colombia about the importance of caring for people in our closest environment from all areas, personal, work, physical and emotional.

“We have received a call to be attentive to young people, which often means that we have to adapt our language to accompany them along the way and that they can find the meaning of life and if it is from God, much better,” he told one of the groups.

Through our task as educators we are invited to be in the existential peripheries of young people,” added Brother Moisés.
The meeting in the two cities concluded with a presentation of the “Work and Mission Camps 2018” of the non-governmental organisation SED
(solidarity, education and development).


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