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austraLasia #2631
  

Annual Congress Salesian Cooperators, Japan

CHOFU: 26 April 2010 -- The annual Salesian Cooperators Congress in Japan was held at Chofu on 24 April. In addition to the two Provincials (SDB and FMA) the provincial delegates for the Cooperators and for the Salesian Family were in attendance. One representative from far away Kyushu also took part. 
During the Mass at which the provincial, Fr Cipriani presided, three aspirants made their promises thus bringing the number of Cooperators in Japan to 136.
     The meeting in the afternoon saw an evaluation of work carried out over the past year, a year which concluded on 31 March in Japanese terms. They approved the action plan for the new year just begun. 
     Following the Strenna for this year which invites us to bring young people to the Gospel and the Gospel to the young, the Salesian Cooperators in Japan renewed their commitment to throwing light on the circumstances of young people in Japan from a Salesian perspective .
     Some of them are teachers in our works, others are involved in organising the Volunteer Movement; others still help out in the parishes, and those who can no longer be out front because of age limitations help with their prayers.
     The different groups have their aspirants, which offers hope that the Salesian Cooperators in Japan can grow in both quality and quantity.   

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