Click here for the JP Alert from March 24, 2022, with the latest updates from justice, peace, and integrity of creation. The text for the Act of Consecration referenced in the email can be found here.
Click here for the JP Alert from February 28, 2022, with the latest updates from justice, peace, and integrity of creation.
On February 17, 2022, the Conference of Major Superiors of Men launched the 2022 National Assembly website & registration. We invite you to visit the website to learn more about the upcoming National Assembly and to register. We look forward to being together this August in Buffalo, NY.
From the Executive Director Good formation of leaders of religious communities is not focused on simply building skills or knowing the latest and greatest management techniques. Fruitful leadership formation is focused on relationships – with Christ and with others. That may seem obvious, but often we do not step back
From the Executive Director During his annual address to the Roman Curia last month, Pope Francis emphasized the need for those in authority to serve humbly and co-responsibly. When discussing the themes of the 2023 Synod, he noted: “In the diversity of our roles and ministries, responsibilities will differ, yet
From the Executive Director We are approaching Gaudete Sunday. What do you have to rejoice about this year? Many moments of rejoicing in community have been curtailed over the last year and a half. Recently, more and more religious men are gathering for communal times of rejoicing, of grieving, and
Click here for the JP Alert from November 18, 2021, with the latest updates from justice, peace, and integrity of creation. This issue includes news updates, Advent resources, and information about the Laudato Si Action Platform.
Today the Catholic Church commemorates the World Day of the Poor, a fitting date to launch the Laudato Si’ Action Action Platform (LSAP) that serves as a global response to the “Cry of the Earth” and the “Cry of the Poor”. CMSM is proud to partner with our member institutes--and
From the Executive Director Leadership in a religious community does not simply happen. It requires a good combination of individual and collaborative work and prayer. Often, though, the reality of leaders tends toward a greater focus on work rather than prayer. Are there ways for us to change this dynamic?