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On March 29, 30 and 31, we met together the youth coordinators of the countries: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Chile; between religious and laities of the different branches of the Claretian family: Religious of Mary Immaculate Claretian Missionary Sisters, Missionary Sisters of Saint Anthony Mary Claret, Missionary Sisters of the Claretian Institute and Claretian Missionaries. Sisters from our congregation who participated: Judith Vicentín, María Gilma Gómez Ramírez, Sandy Veliz Huaraccallo and Florencia Manarín, juvenile coordinators of the Mendoza school.
Between spaces of prayer, work and fraternal sharing, we started the synodal path.
On the first day of the meeting, we dedicated ourselves to get to know each other and share about the common and different aspects of our charisma in each branch of the Claretian family and about our journey at the level of Vocational Youth Ministry by sharing the VYM projects that each congregation or branch currently has.
In a second moment, the challenge of holding a synodal meeting with and for young people was raised.
This meeting seeks to respond to the synod convened by Pope Francis last year, to the synod held at the WYD + CF in Panama in January of this year and to the commitment assumed by those of us who participated in the formation of youth and vocations ministry in Rome.
The main objective of this meeting will be to hear the shout of young people: What do young Claretians look for? What do they expect from the Claretian family? What do they ask to the Claretian family? What could be improved? What can we do to contain the young people who are not with us who do not come to the church? ...
This listening will allow us to pose lines of action together with young people, giving them the prominence that the young Church needs.
It is expected that this synodal meeting will have a call for 150 young participants among referents and young people who will be the voice of their communities.
We count on your prayers so that this meeting can bear good results.
During the month of March 2019, the Education Team of the Latin American Province formed by M. Dulce María Carbajal, Yanitza López (Venezuela) and Mirta Morales (Argentina) has started its activities. We highlight here two of your work moments:
On March 21 in Caracas Dulce María with Yanitza advanced on the tasks that would later be carried out in Peru with the presence of Mirta.
In Lima and on March 27, 28, 29 and 30, draft was made on the action lines for the Pastoral in education plan that involves the schools of the Province. In this meeting, activities were coordinated to unify the organizational criteria of the aforementioned plan, the revision of the Educational Vision-mission, the preparation of a training itinerary for the coordination and direction Teams and the analysis of the roles and functions of the different members of the educational communities of the schools that in the the province for its reformulation according to current demands. On the other hand, team leaders developed a plan for the pedagogical accompaniment, of the centers during the sexennium and agreed on a next meeting that will give continuity to these actions for the month of August in Córdoba, Argentina.
In this educational platform and in shared mission, we offer our task to accompany the pedagogical processes and the claretian character as well, according to the calls made to us by the First Provincial Chapter.
To live out and joyfully announce the Good News of Jesus seeking the Kingdom of God and its justice.
We bring the words and gestures of Jesus to the hearts of men and women as a way of humanization and hope. We get involved in the reality of the people, like Jesus who touched the daily life of the sick, the poor, women, children and foreigners.
We are Claretian Missionary Sisters!
On the afternoon of the 23rd of March in our house in Madrid, C / Julián Hernández the Solidarity for the Mission team has met, coordinated by Priscilla Latela Prefect General of the Apostolic Mission. At first the team has shared with the General Council of Economy, the structure of the Solidarity platform for the Mission and the formula to present the projects. Next, the team continued the meeting to dialogue and mark the steps to follow.
From 21 to 24 March 2019 in our house in Madrid, C / Julián Hernández, 6, the General Council of Economy has met, coordinated by Cristina Ruberte General Treasurer to analyze the administrative information of the Entities, to share about the recent meeting of Barcelona regarding the economy, evaluate what has been done in this last year and plan activities for the future.