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Activities of the Prior General

9/2018 – 19 – 02
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On the 27th of November, the Prior General, Fernando Millán Romeral, O.Carm., delivered a lecture to the “Fundació Balmesiana” in Barcelona on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the death of Fr. Bartolomé F.M. Xiberta, O.Carm. In the gathering there was, among others, Fr. Luiz Maza O.Carm, the Prior Provincial of the Province of Catalonia, and Don Josep Maria Manresa, an expert in the ecclesiology of Xiberta. He gave a lecture on "Xiberta, Man of Faith".

Last Sunday, the 11th of February, the Prior General celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving on the anniversary of the foundation of the Donum Dei Missionary Family (FMDD). He was joined in the celebration by other members of the Curia. Following the Mass, the members of the Curia, along with Agnès Brethome and the members of her Council, as well as a large number of missionary workers from the different communities of the Donum Dei Family in Rome shared an agape together in an atmosphere of truly fraternal joy.

On the 16th of February, along with all the members of the General Curia, he led a celebration in CISA in honour of Fr. Mark Attard, O.Carm. who is about to return to his province in Malta after many years of living in St. Albert's International Centre (CISA)  and of teaching in a number of different faculties in Rome. In his words of appreciation, the Prior General thanked Mark for his generosity and dedication in carrying out his numerous services to the Order - Procurator General, Prior of CISA, Regens studiorum etc.)

Over this period, the Prior General visited the monasteries of Barcelona, Fontiveros, and Madrid (Spain)

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