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An On-going experience at Notre Dame of Dadiangas University

02/07/2019: Philippines

Addressing one of the priorities of the 5th East Asia Provincial Chapter on Lay Partnership, particularly its aim of developing team of Marist lay formation facilitators, Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (NDDU) took steps forward by sending potential lay leaders for a formation session facilitated by the East Asia Laity Desk on June 26, 2019. In this gathering, participants shared on the Marist formation initiatives they facilitated since the time they ended the 2nd Phase of their training in May 2019.

Taking support from the other members of the Team, they had, among others, conducted Pre-School Year orientations, spearheaded the integration of the calls of the 22nd General Chapter in their Annual planning, facilitated Marist spirituality recollections and sacred time. Presently, they are developing the Institutional Lay Formation Program which will put in place the sustainability of the Marist formation activities in the school.

The Team looks forward to developing further their skills in accompanying others in their formative processes. They have scheduled the next formative session on 21st of August 2019.

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