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Meeting of the superiors of Oceania and Asia

26/03/2018: Singapore

The provincial and district superiors of the six administrative units from the regions of Oceania and Asia met on March 7 and 8 in Singapore to increase joint work between the two regions.

Participants included Brothers Mervyn Perera (South Asia Province), Juan Castro (district of Asia), Jean Marie Batick (district of Melanesia), David McDonald (district of the Pacific), Robert Teoh (province of East Asia) and Peter Carroll (province of Australia).

During the meeting's two days, the following topics were discussed: the Marist Asia strategic plan; the collaboration between the lay Marists of the two regions; collaboration and assistance in finance; collaboration in initial formation; interaction between the two Marist education networks that are being developed separately, thinking about the development of a possible Asia-Oceania Education Network; volunteering; study on the quality of community life and the will to develop the faith; the possibility of academic study for young Brothers from the two regions in Australia.

To read the full description of the topics covered in the meeting, visit this link.

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