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The Taskforce meets at the General House

07/05/2019: General House

The Ad Hoc Taskforce appointed to launch the project of an International Marist Schools Network is meeting at the General House from 6 to 10 May.

The main purpose of this meeting is to take up and implement the suggestion of the XXII General Chapter to “build Marist mission networks at the levels of Administrative Units, Regions and the General Administration, which favour innovation and the renewal of our ministry of education and evangelisation.” So, the project support team is tasked with designing an international network for schools of the Marist Institute with the aim of maximising the potential it possesses as an international, multicultural organisation and of acting with a sense of urgency to provide effective solutions to schools in “greatest need”.

Those present have been: Br. Luis Carlos Gutiérrez, Vicar General, Brs. Carlos Rojas and Mark Omede, Directors of the Secretariat of Education and Evangelization, and their secretary, Mr. Diugar Buscarini;Br. Ador Santiago, Provincial of East Asia; Mr. Frank Malloy, Province of Australia; Br. Henry Uzor, Province of Nigeria; Mr. Llorenç Claramunt, Province of L’Hermitage; Ms. Montserrat Giménez, Province of Iberica; Br. Nicéforo Garrán, Province of Central America; Br. Natalino de Souza (UMBRASIL); Ms. Ana von Frankenberg Berger (Province of Brazil Sul-Amazônia).

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