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Superior General of the Sodalitium participates in the 100th Assembly of the Union of Superiors General

José David Correa, Superior General of the Sodalicio de Vida Cristiana greeting Pope Francis.

From November 22nd to 24th, the 100th Assembly of the Union of Superiors General (USG) was held at the Fraterna Domus retreat house (Rome). Representatives of the International Union of Superiors General (UISG) also participated in this event, which is held twice a year. A total of 234 representatives of various religious congregations and societies of apostolic life, which have pontifical approval, shared reflections on the topic: “ Synodality, a renewed call to the prophecy of hope .”

100th Assembly of the Union of Superior Generals Superior of the sodalitium

Group table in which the Superior General of the Sodalitium, José David Correa, participated.

On November 23rd, all participants traveled to the Vatican where they were received in a Private Audience by Pope Francis in the Synod room. At this meeting, the Holy Father addressed a few words to the attendees and responded to their questions and concerns, strengthening communion among the participants. Our Superior General had the opportunity to greet and share a few words with Pope Francis.

100th Assembly of the Union of Superior Generals Superior of the sodalitium

Pope Francis addressing the participants of the 100th Assembly of the USG

The Union of Superiors General (USG) is an international organization of Superiors General of Religious Institutes and Societies of Apostolic Life of pontifical right . Its purpose is to promote the life and mission of the different institutes of consecrated life, encouraging better collaboration between them and more fruitful contact with the Holy See. It is made up of the superior generals of more than 200 male congregations with Pontifical Approval.