European Dehonian Theological Commission reflects on the economy
The European Dehonian Theological Commission met in Germany in early February in preparation for the Theological Seminar to be held in Madrid in May.
On Feb. 2-5 in Neustadt, Germany, the Dehonian Theological Commission of Europe (CTD-EU), formed by Fathers Stefano Zamboni (ITS), Stefan Tertünte (GER), Joseph Famerée (EUF), Krzysztof Napora (POL), Pablo Miñambres (ESP), José Domingos Moreira da Costa Ferreira (POR) and Amedeo Tocci (ITM) met again, finally in presence, after the forced distancing due to Covid, to discuss the topic of private property and universal destination of goods in view of the upcoming International Theological Seminar that our congregation will experience in Madrid in May 2023.
The days in Neustadt were punctuated by the presentation of the contributions that each member of the CTD-EU had previously prepared; the time of listening was followed by that of exchanging critical considerations on each report, looking ahead to the drafting of the one report that the CTD-EU will present in Madrid.
At the end of the proceedings, we indulged in a historical-artistic afternoon thanks to a visit to the city of Speyer, a place where the world’s largest Romanesque cathedral can be admired.
To the German province and its provincial, Fr. Tertünte, goes the thanks of the entire CTD-EU for the pleasant and warm welcome given to us.