On May 13th, the day of Our Lady of Fatima,
the Full-Time Lay Missionaries inaugurated a new center. The ceremony
was led by Archbishop Giacinto Berloco, Apostolic Nuncio to El
Salvador. His Excellency expressed gratitude to the Missionaries for the
service that they provide the Church, especially that of countering
the work of the sects that are so numerous throughout
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Alejandro Pinelo, director of the Full-Time Lay Missionaries
and a consecrated member of Regnum Christi,
thanked the Nuncio for his presence and support. “Receiving your
blessing, Your Excellency, assures us of the Holy Father’s blessing,"
Pinelo said. He also shared the long-term goals that the
missionaries have and their desire to one day be able
to truly serve all the parishes throughout El Salvador.
Full-Time Lay Missionaries project is intended to support bishops by
preparing missionaries and placing them at the service of dioceses
and parishes. These committed lay men and women, working as
couples or individually, function as catechists.
The missionaries seek to
fulfill their mission by educating others in the faith so
they may preach and teach catechesis; forming part-time lay missionaries;
creating evangelization centers and teams of lay people dedicated to
promoting a sound human and Christian formation; helping pastoral action;
and promoting an integral human development through education programs and
projects aimed at bettering living conditions.
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