Friday, 16 February 2018

Kottar Bishop to inagurate CCI training on Review of Life

Most Rev. Nazarene Soosai, Bishop of Kottar will inaugurate the 4 day intensive training course on 'Review of Life' (ROL) conducted by the Cardijn Community India (CCI) on Friday, 2nd March 2018.

Lay leaders and animators from YCS/YSM, YCW, CWM, CCI, ICYM and MIJARC from different parts of India will undergo this training aimed as a capacity building measure for 'change makers' and 'multipliers'.

The time tested Cardijn methodology SEE JUDGE ACT adopted by Cardijn movements over the decades will be studied in depth at this event.

The See Judge Act methodology was adopted by Pope John XXIII in his Mater et Magistra and subsequently by the church in most of the documents of Vatican II. Pope Francis in his encyclical on 'Laudato Si' has used this methodology in the renowned document on caring for our common home, the earth.

Rev. Dr. X. D. Selvaraj, the renowned Theologian and activist priest will be one of the trainers who will present an analysis of the social reality.

Field visits to fishing villages, rubber plantation, cashew industry and urban areas will be part of the training which will be held at the Animation Centre, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari District.



 

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  2. Congrats for having taken this initiative. Great for having succeeded in bringing all various Cardign family Movements together. Then, sharing an assessment of each specific ROL tool, at this point in time, used through each practical experience, at their own level, will be so enriching to one and all. For sure, this collective approach will definitely result in an harmonious document which will be of great use to your own dioceses and country. And to all CCI members, at large. Look fwd to receive introduction notes, papers and content of discussions and standing and open questions. All the best of achievement. United wholeheartedly with you in this endeavor.

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  3. A breakthrough initiative I think. Well done.

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