YOUNG PEOPLEwho belong toSchoenstatt,a lay ecclesialmovement,celebrate thegroup’s 100thanniversary.
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Some religious institutes have associate membership, which allowssingle and married laypeople tohave a close bond with the community. The requirements and commitments between communities andtheir associates, or “co-members,”vary with each religious institute.
Generally, associates feel drawn to
the charism—the spirit and mis-
sion—of the community and pledge
to carry out prayer and works of
service according to this charism
and their own abilities. Associates
commit themselves to integrating
the community’s spirit into their
way of life. They usually take part in
some activities of the community.
Learn more about religiousinstitutes that have associates onthe website of the North AmericanConference of Associates and Religious: nacar.org. Or you may searchfor the keyword “Associate” in theonline VISION Community Searchat VocationNetwork.org.
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No matter where we are or what we look like,we Pray Live and Seek God Together.
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