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Plenary General CouncilIf the New Year was a book, this fifth PGC would be the page marker. 2014 invites us to be at the rendezvous of the events that will stand out. We are first of all invited to fraternity. The first message of Pope Francis at the 47th World Day of Peace: “fraternity, foundation and path to peace” was present to our debate when we spoke of the struggle to be had for Justice and Peace. We will have the occasion to deepen this dimension of our religious life since the next letter of Father Benoît Grière to the Congregation will talk about it and will prepare us for Year of Consecrated Life in 2015. Next April 24, John XXII and John Paul II will be canonized when a new page in the Assumptionist history will open: the session of the first Chapter of Europe, while in June for the first time, the 6th PGC will be held outside of Rome, at Saint-Lambert-des-Bois near Paris.

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Last Updated on Friday, 21 February 2014 13:16
AA News - January 2014 PDF Print E-mail

AA News - January 2014In this issue:
The Joy of Announcing
Augustin and Jackson ordained priests
Spiritual accompaniment in the Assumption`
A Distinguished Humiliation
The Language that We Learn from Another
The Ordination to the Priesthood of Fr. Tran Duc Long
Lost in Moscow
What Does a General Treasurer Do? The Mission of Brother Didier Rémiot
Nîmes Celebrates One of Its Sons
Prayer for the beatification of Father Emmanuel d’Alzon
The Alliance and the Way in the Congregation

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Last Updated on Thursday, 20 February 2014 08:13
AA News - October 2013 PDF Print E-mail

AA News - October 2013In this issue:

Prophets for today
John reveals to the novices of the United States the freshness of the meditations of Father d’Alzon
At the Abbey of the Mont des Cats. A symbolic retreat
Meditativeness in the Assumption
The Assumption in Asia: the beginning of the long march
The Bishop of Juazeiro visits Rome
An economic summit in Rome: the Provincial Treasurers in session
T estimonies
- I saw this “old” man on his knees cleaning the toilets
- I am an Assumptionist from India
Make nationalisms disappear
The transmission: a pedagogy not a demagogy
In the footsteps of those who risked their lives for the Kingdom
The House of Rome: new faces

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 January 2014 00:08
AA News - July 2013 PDF Print E-mail

AA News - July 2013In this issue:

A Re-foundation for the Assumption
Fr. Etienne RATALATA, new man in charge of Madagascar
Canonical Visitation of the Chile-Argentina Province
Searching for the Star at San Pedro d’Atacama
Province of Europe: the Countdown Has Begun
The 2nd Inter-Asiatic Coordination Met at Gwangju (South Korea)
World Youth Day: the Time Has Come
Activities of the Office of Solidarity and Development
Emmanuel d’Alzon
Under the Icon of the Consolata: A Visit to Turin in April 2013
Archives of the Congregation
Remembrance and Patrimony

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Last Updated on Friday, 23 August 2013 11:49
AA News - April 2013 PDF Print E-mail

AA News - April 2013In this issue:

Latin-American Impressions
Father d’Alzon and the New Evangelization
The Blessing of the Villino Dufault
All the Way to the Middle Empire
The Augustinian Lectionary
The Correspondence of Father Victorin Galabert
The Alliance in Latin America
Our 2012 investments
In the working class and cosmopolitan East End of
London: Justin Mwenmdakulala in the service of a
parish and of a community.
The Church in Movement
An Astounding and Providential Coincidence

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 April 2013 00:38
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