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National Symposium on the Life of the Religious Brother

The Brothers Think Tank proudly announces the National Symposium on the Life of the Religious Brother, an event at the University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Indiana), to be held on the Feast of the Annunciation, Saturday, March 25, 2017. The program, based on the Vatican document on the "Identity and Mission of the Religious Brother in Church" published in December 2015, is also being sponsored by CMSM, the National Religious Vocation Conference, the Religious Brothers Conference, the Religious Formation Conference, and the University of Notre Dame.

This Symposium is not only for religious brothers -- priests, sisters, laity, and students interested in learning more about the vocation of the Religious Brother are warmly invited to attend.

For more information and to register visit the Brothers Symposium web page.

To go directly to the online registration form for the event, click here.

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