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Saints Cosmas and Damian
1889: The first Marist Brothers left for Colombia
1980: Brother Basilio participated in the Vatican at the Synod of the family
1968: The first Marist Brothers left for Paraguay (Brothers Juan Cruz Arbiol, Feliz Aldunate and Santiago Sánchez) from the port of Barcelona
2009: Br. Emili Turù elected Superior General

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“Marcellino Punto e a Capo”


Marist Formation for Italian Teachers

25/02/2019: Italy

Eleven teachers form three Marist schools in Italy (Mediterranean Province) have taken part in a session of formation around the personality and the charism  of St Marcellin. They were coming from the schools of Rome (San Leone Magno), Giugliano (Marist Institut) and Genoa (Champagnat Institut). The chosen place for this encounter was the General House at EUR, keeper of many memories of the Founder, that allowed us to be in contact with the internationality of our Institute

Three brothers of San Leone Magno community, Rome, were charged of animating that session, inspired in the Spanish programme known as “Marcelino punto y seguido”. Adopting an active and participative methodology, the teachers were deepening some key elements of St Marcellin’s life, of the first brothers, and of the Marist charism and mission.

This formation lasted barely one and a half day, but it allowed us to create some intense moments where, not only the dynamics of the session were developed, but there was room for times of silence, prayer, reflection, sharing, and to experience the joy of friendship.

At the final evaluation, the participants showed their satisfaction for the welcoming and the good spirit of calmness and brotherhood prevailing during the encounter. At the same time, they manifested their desire to carry on deepening these Marist topics, that help us the develop the sense of belonging and the commitment to our Marist educational mission. 

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