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General Assembly – closing homily by Superior General

“To do or not to do” is one of the hihlighted themes in the homily  which  Superior General,  Fr. Gregory Gay CM gave during the Eucharist closing the 41st General Assembly. The other developed theme is derrived from the text above the silver coffin holding the body of St. Vincent de Paul – [...]

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Eucharist concluded the 41st General Assembly

The Eucharist sang at noon of the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Friday, July 16, 2010, in front of the body of  St. Vincent de Paul lead the 41st General Assembly of the Congregation of the Mission to the end. Chaired by Superior General, Fr. Gregory Gay CM and concelebrated by [...]

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Participants of the General Assembly pictured together

Traditionally at the end of the General Assembly all participants take a group picture. Today it was shot on the stairs in the gardens of Daughters of Charity Motherhouse at 140 Rue du Bac, Paris, France.

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Newsreel of the General Assembly – week two

No doubts, week two of the Geneal Assembly was considered as the most important by many people. On one hand there was time to continue the deliberation on revision of Statutes,  discussion at round table and in Conferences of Visitors. On the other hand delegates turned to ballots electing new Superior General and [...]

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First interview of Fr. Javier Álvarez – new Vicar General

When the election of the Vicar General was completed before noon on July 9, the Chronicler of the Assembly, Fr. Celestino Fernández asked new elected Vicar General, Fr. Javier Álvarez a couple of questions. Personally, they two are very good friends from the Province of Madrid. Read the answers given by new Vicar [...]

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First interview of re-elected Superior General

Few hours after re-election (July 8, 2010)  the Chronicler of the General Assembly, Fr. Celestino Fernández interviewed Fr. Gregory Gay, Superior General. We all know him, but that day was a special opportunity to ask Fr. Greg about his feelings, reflections, hopes and expectations for another six years of his Generalate. As always [...]

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