It’s the beginning of a new school year, and if you lived a fraternity? Fondacio offers the possibility of participating in a regular sharing group, called Fraternité. Each group brings together 6 to 8 people who meet once a month or more if they wish. These small entities are formed around centers of interest such as professional life, the couple and the family, the deepening of faith, solidarity, nature… The main thing is to share, to learn to express yourself with authenticity and to walk with others on your life path.
The organization of a fraternity (or “home”) is generally the same for all fraternities: a shared meal, teachings, a time for personal reflection in silence, a time for sharing in small groups, then a prayer. The evening ends with a more informal time for discussion for those who can and want to.
What are the benefits of participating in a fellowship?
The experience is different for each person. However, what stands out is the joy of reconnecting, and the privileged opportunity that this space represents to settle down, refocus, recharge your batteries… and find yourself internally. In short, precious moments of fraternity, of sharing, to take stock of his life and the new invitations to come! To feel carried in one’s daily life by this impetus and with Christ.
There is still room to form several fraternities in the region. Join us!!! Are you interested? Don’t hesitate to contact a local manager to find out more about the groups in your area.
Testimony of Félicité, young participant of Frat in Paris:
“The fraternities are for me a break in a rich and intense Parisian life. A concrete meeting in addition to the mass, with God and the others with whom I share this dynamic. This allows me to feel less alone in my daily life as a Christian, it is a real place of spiritual and personal encounter. The teaching times prepared by others in turn and shared are very rich. Shared meal time is also a central element of this time together. I am single and it is important for me to have this link to feel solidarity in my faith and create this positive and benevolent emulsion. It keeps us on track and creates moments of togetherness and reflection. That’s what we’ve been seriously missing for over a year.”