Charismatic families give religious men and women, diocesan clergy, and lay people, the opportunity to collaborate in a unique way through living a charism. These families can be formed in formal and informal ways, with varying forms of cooperation. Members of charismatic families often share in formation, dialogue, and mutual service.
Join us for this day-long program, open to anyone who is interested, on building co-responsibility within the charismatic families. We will discuss the U.S. reality – including associate programs, and shared formation opportunities.