Lay Camillian Family

“I would like to have a hundred hands”
Side by side with thousands of professionals who work in the institutions of the Order, the Lay Camillian Family arose, an organisation made up of people who are committed to living the ideal and the spirit of St. Camillus in service to the sick. It has its own statutes which were approved by the Holy See. Although it is linked to the Order and is animated by the same spirit, it has its own autonomy: it has its own directive body (the central committee) which is elected by the general assembly and remains in office for six years. By now thousands of members belong to the Lay Camillian Family and they are spread throughout the world, even in countries where Camillian religious are not present. Many health-care professionals belong to it, thereby enriching their professionalism with Camillian spirituality.

The Lay Camillian Family Central Commission held their annual meeting in Rome from 20 to 22 May 2016 The CC prepared their agenda using the priorities from the Emerging Themes from the General Assembley in Mottinello. The emerging themes were

We hereby offer with joy the work drawn up by Isabel and the previous central committee of the LCF This is a ‘proposal’ on subjects connected with formation that is addressed in particular to those who are beginning their Camillian

Marie-Christine Brocherieux Presidente (Francia) Anita Ennis Vicepresidente (Irlanda) Maria Hajnalka Bakó Segretaria (Ungheria) Giosuè Sparacino Tesoriere (Italia) Padre Laurent Zoungrana (Assistente spirituale)   Intervista Anita Ennis Vicepresidente (Irlanda Intervista a Maria Hajnalka Bakó Segretaria (Ungheria) Intervista a Giosuè Sparacino Tesoriere