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The South Asian Delegate for Pre-Capitular Commission leaves for Rome


By BIS Correspondant
Fr. Thomas Anchukandam
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Bangalore, Sep. 5. Fr. Thomas Anchukandam, the only Delegate for the pre-capitular commission for the GC27 left for Rome on 5 August 2013 from Bangalore to begin the immediate preparations for the General Chapter of the Salesians.
Fr. Thomas is the current provincial of Salesian Province of Bangalore.

The pre-Capitular commission consists of delegates from the eight regions of the Congregation.

The meeting of pre-capitular commission will last about two weeks.  Moderator, Fr. Cereda, together with the eight regional delegates will be preparing  the draft of the Working Document (Documento di lavoro) for the General Chapter which will take place in the first quarter of 2014.
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