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Sr. Malgorzata Lech, a Polish missionary from the Cameroons, is happy to take part in the International and Inter-congregational Formation training Program for Formators which is organized by UISG in Rome. Thirty-three religious Sisters from 25 countries representing 23 different congregations will follow the program.

This rich formation program, designed by UISG (International Union of Superior Generals) is taking place from February to June 2019 and includes two parts, one offered by UISG staff and their presenters, and another part through participation in courses for Formators at the Angelicum (Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas).

The program proposes various ways to help the participants in their own human and spiritual growth as well as to prepare them as responsible and mature formators of the congregation for the task of accompanying young women in initial formation towards religious life. It gives a great hope for the Church and today's multicultural society in bringing a new quality of religious life and a prophetic sign of diversity in unity.


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