Pre-Assembly: Co-Responsibility in the Charismatic Family

Hyatt Regency Buffalo Buffalo, NY

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


National Assembly 2022

We invite CMSM members to join us in Buffalo this August for the National Assembly. We will be exploring the theme of co-responsibility, specifically how it draws together shared leadership, lay-religious collaboration, synodality, governance, and the roles of major superiors, councilors and members of religious institutes. The Assembly gives leaders the opportunity for fellowship, leadership formation, and exploring the fullness of a co-responsible future.

Young Religious Gathering

Hyatt Regency Buffalo Buffalo, NY

Join other young religious (made final vows 10 years or less) from across the nation as we explore the practical implementation of co-responsibility. The Young Religious Track of the Assembly will reflect on how we live out co-responsibility among our religious communities, among fellow men’s religious communities, and among the


Eldercare Summit


The Conference of Major Superiors of Men is pleased to bring you the sixth annual Eldercare Summit, focused on the themes of spiritual accompaniment and practical care of elders. Listen to experts Dr. Richard Johnson, Sr. Geraldine Hoyler, CSC, Br. Jack Mostyn, CFC, and Sr. Alice Feely, RDC as they

Safeguarding Workshop

Bethany Center, Lutz, FL 18150 Bethany Center Drive, Lutz, FL

Details coming soon!

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