Assembly of the Spain-Portugal Territory
On May 4th and 6th, 2019, we broadcast to the Sisters of Spain and Portugal in Barcelona the Assembly of the Congregation which took place in April 2019
The sisters welcomed with great interest the information received on the different territories as well as the report of Marie Françoise Phelippeau (General Superior) on the life of the Congregation. On the other hand, documents to work with the priorities for the next two years have been read and shared by groups and have responded well to the wishes of the sisters and the global reality that we live.
Then, the JPIC commission of the territory, (Justice-Peace and Integrity of the Creation) formed by Sisters Victoria Vallés, Carmen Oliveras, Eugenia Hueto (from Spain) and Mª Luisa Remuge (from Portugal), presented her project of animation of the communities.
As well as Sister Pilar Trillo, presented the project of the International Secretary JPIC of the Assumption Family and innovations in our Website.
The Youth and Vocation Ministry Team, composed of Sisters Charo Martín, Germaine Musakata and Marga Luque (laywoman of the group of common treasures), shared the activities carried out during this year and in particular during this Holy Week.
Louisette Razanamino (Madagascar’s little sister) who participated for the first time in this assembly, shared some of her path of integration into the community and the mission, in addition to learning Spanish. She arrived in Granada in January 2019. The Assembly welcomed her.
Juliana P. Carvalho, Brazilian second-year novice who is doing a mission internship in the community of Cartagena, shared with joy and fraternity the experience she experiences with the sisters, the christian community and the families of the district of Peral .
S.Germaine Musakata(Congolese Little Sister) thanked the Congregation for giving him the opportunity to study theology at the Jesuit University of Granada and the sisters of the community who accompanied him during these years.This mission meant for it a period of human growth and faith, not without efforts, responsibility and work. At the end of this last class, she will return to her country, the Democratic Republic of Congo.
At the time of the evaluation, we heard Thanksgiving to God from many little sisters for “the communion bath” with the Congregation, because God continues to rely on us to build His Kingdom, because we are a Congregation that listens to life and allows itself to be converted by the poorest.
With a grateful heart, full of confidence in the Congregation body and hope in God’s dream for the future … we are gone again.