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ALL BROTHERS

 

 

 

The group ALL BROTHERS started in Rome in September 2012 in a joint formation program with eight teaching congregation of brothers.  These included:  Irish Christian Brothers, De La Salle Brothers, Brothers of St Gabriel, The Menasianos Brothers, Marist Brothers, Brothers of Misericordiae, Sacred Heart Brothers and the Holy Family Brothers.  This gathering was held at the General House of the De La Salle.   (Story)   (Photos)


Since this initial gathering, there have been a series of meetings with representatives from these congregations in Rome to continue the dialogue in promoting the identity of the religious brother in the Church today.

ALL BROTHERS meeting at the Marist Brothers General House Rome, March 2016

 

In October 2015, the religious brothers working in Rome gathered to celebrate the Year of Conscecrated Life at the General House of the De La Salle brothers. 133 brothers from 21 congregations met to share their stories, prayed as a community of consecrated men and enjoyed a meal together realising a new inter-congregational way that we are all brothers.

The prayer for this celebration is available  here    

Articles about this meeting from the websites of Comboniani (Italian)

 Vidimus Dominum  (Italian)

 Religión Digital  (Spanish)

In 2016, the Tutti Fratelli group prepared resources in five different languages, for communities of brothers to reflect more deeply on the Vatican document on the Identity and Mission of the Religious Brother in the Church.  A special dedicated website for this group was created to share the riches of the work of this inter- congregational effort.  Access the webpage here.

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