A two-week long meeting, “the Interchapter meeting,” brought together some 60 Oblates from all the Provinces and Delegations of the Congregation, and the two Missions of the Region of Europe.
On this last day of the inter-chapter, the presidents of the regions engaged in a fraternal dialogue with the Central Government.
In continuation of the work done the previous day, the inter-capitulars proposed and presented their themes for the 37th General Chapter to the Superior General.
In assisting the Superior General, the inter-capitulars were called to reflect on the theme of the next General Chapter.
After two days of retreat, it was once more time for the inter-capitulars to engage in dialogue regarding the implementation of the calls of the 36th General Chapter.
Today the inter-capitulars entered into the second and last day of the retreat animated by Fr. Vlastimil KEDLEC.
After some time of rest and visits, on Monday, the inter-capitulars entered into a 2-day retreat.
The sixth day of the Inter-chapter meeting focused on what has been going on during the first week.
It is in response to the calls of the Church and the 36th General Chapter that the inter-capitulars dedicated to a session on safeguarding minors and vulnerable adults.
The participants of inter-chapter were very eager to hear the report from the Central Government of the congregation.
The third day of the Inter-Chapter had the Latin America region presenting to the session on their region. The afternoon was dedicated to the feedback by groups to all participants.
The major objective of the second day of the day was for the regions to present to the plenary session their regional reports.