Communication

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Leadership

LEADERSHIP

Dialogue with Cultures and Inculturation in Formation

-          Mathew Vattamattam cmf

1. Introduction

japaneseWe are at a privileged moment in history when people of different cultures and continents come to know each other, meet together and live closer at a fast growing pace due to migration, travel and work in multi-national firms. As the world is becoming a global village where all cultures are exposed to each other and enrich one another, we come across positive efforts to build together a better world. But we also find fundamentalist movements and ethnic conflicts that disrupt peace and co-existence of different groups in the society.

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Workshop on Intercultural formation-Vic 2008

“CHALLENGES OF INTERCULTURAL FORMATION COMMUNITIES”

Vic, 3 – 10 November 2008

“The love of Christ impels us” (2 Cor. 5:14)

“My Spirit is for the whole world” (Fr. Claret)

Presentation

Unlike any other time in history, today people of different cultures and continents come to know each other, meet together and live closer at a fast growing pace due to migration, travel and work in multi-national firms. The world is becoming a global village where no group can live isolated and unknown to the other. The geographic and demographic face of our congregation is also going through rapid changes.

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Intercultural Community Living

cmf intercultureIntercultural Community living: Graces and challenges

Introduction

We are living in a global village where, unlike other times, people of various cultures, live in close contact with one another and share the richness of each culture. On the other hand, fears and anxieties about the people from other cultures and ethnic groups who live in close proximity create situations of conflict and war that take the toll of many lives each day.

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INTERCULTURALITY

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GROUP DYNAMICS

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World forum

Intercultural Relations

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