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Br. Ángel Diego García Otaola



Director of the Secretariat of Solidarity

18/06/2019: General House

Br. Ernesto Sánchez, with his Council, has appointed Br. Ángel Diego, from the Province of Mediterránea, as the first Director of the Secretariat of Solidarity.

The establishment of the Secretariat of Solidarity is a response to the calls and suggestions of the XXII General Chapter. In its organisational chart the General Council developed three strategic areas of the General Administration: Shared Services, Marist Life and Marist Mission. The new secretariat of Solidarity is part of the Marist Mission Area.

The Secretariat of Solidarity will focus on responding to the calls of the General Chapter and takeresponsibility for animating the General Administrations initiatives in child rights, ecology, and education in solidarity. The new Secretariat will also continue the work of establishing and strengthening the Solidarity Network, as well aswork in collaboration with Cmiand FMSI.

Br. Ángel Diego, who is currently a Formator at the post novitiate community of the Provinces of Compostela and Mediterránea in Madrid, will take up his responsibilities from September 2019.

To know more about him, read his autobiography below.


Br. Ángel Diego

I was born on January 9, 1975, in Burgos, Spain. I grew up in a family of 4 (with my parents and sister). My parents instilled the faith in me from when I was a child and encouraged me to live Christian values.

At the age of 11, I entered the juniorate at Guardamar, in the former Province of Levante. I did all my formation in that Province. The closeness and affection that I saw in the Brothers helped me to grow and strengthen my Marist religious vocation, along with the support of my family. I made my first vows in Torrente on 16 July 1995.

Over the years I have had the opportunity to work in different fields. In the schools of Cullera, Sanlúcar la Mayor, Badajoz and Chamberí. I also worked for some years in Torrente, in a children's centre.

In recent years I have been part of the post-novitiate community of the Provinces of Compostela and Mediterránea in Madrid, accompanying the Brothers in the first stage of post-novitiate formation.

As for my studies, I had the privilege of being able to study for a Teaching Diploma and Degree in Psychology and Religious Sciences.

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