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Idente Missionaries exchange experiences on the New Evangelization, while visiting Rome

JUANA SíNCHEZ-GEY

Vice-Superior General, Idente Missionaries

"The  entire congregation couldn't come, but about 140 missionaries are here, from Africa, America, Asia and Europe.â?

During this gathering, members also got together to honor the life of their founder. 

JUANA SíNCHEZ-GEY

Vice-Superior General, Idente Missionaries

"Fernando Rielo, was born on August 28, 1923 in Madrid. When I met him for the first time, I heard him speak about God. I had never heard anything like it. What struck me the most was his moral authority, that was almost Christ like. Those who knew Christ said he had a type of authority they had never seen, but it wasn't the typical authority based on rules, but one based on morals.�

Fernando Rielo, died in 2004. As a tribute,  a harp concert was organized and led by Maria Rosa Calvo-Manzano, who is one of the most recognized Spanish artists in her genre. 

Roughly 140 people took part in the course. After Rome, they head back to different corners of the world, to continue their work on the New Evangelization. 

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 -PR