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Marists For The Future: Creating New Dreams
A Marist for the future responds with urgency and optimism to the needs of the present. This means risking respectability by standing with those who are marginalized due to their sexual identity, religion, legal status, or any other consideration. We need to overcome our own desire for certainty and security as we share spirituality, communities, and apostolates in new and authentic ways. For those of us who are Marist Brothers, only through renewing our personal relationships with Jesus, Mary, and Marcellin, and by living the evangelical counsels in a way that distinctly challenges individualism and materialism, will we continue to attract new consecrated vocations to accompany all other Marists on our shared mission.
To carry our charism into the future, all Marists must exemplify Catholic Social Teaching. Can we find new ways to collaborate internationally and live interculturally? Can we find new ways to prioritize the needs of young victims of violence, poverty, and exclusion both locally and internationally, empowering them to take part in their own solutions? Can we trust and love one another as Our Good Mother would wish for all of her children? It is time to come together across all divides in a spirit of genuine encounter.
Reflection Question: As you imagine what new horizons we may be moving toward in active solidarity, what are you willing to risk to make this a reality?
— Br. Brian Poulin, FMS
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