Congregational Legacy Trust

Religious institutes must ensure that their assets are used in keeping with their congregational needs, their historical ministries and their charism. How does a community ensure that this will happen? We have begun to use terms like Living Will and Legacy Planning for communities that are coming to completion, but what does this mean when applied [...] Read more

Transitioning Sponsorship

A fundamental part of the life and work of religious is carrying on the mission of Jesus in the world of today. Most institutes have a specific mission or a particular way of doing ministry that inspired their founding members, and that continues to animate generation after generation: I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave [...] Read more

Civil / Canon Law Issues in Vocation and Formation

Those who do vocation and formation ministry in our communities are challenged to be at the forefront of our community story. They are deeply imbued with the life and charism of our communities and they set out to engage younger generations of men and women. They invite them to our communities and for those that accept, they help them to become [...] Read more

Associates of Religious Institutes

Background Throughout the history of religious life, from the early centuries of Christianity, there have been men and women who have associated to religious orders. In the Egyptian deserts, individuals would go out to converse with the hermits living there, receiving their guidance and blessing. In medieval monasteries, individuals sought to live [...] Read more

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