What is the National Assembly?
The National Assembly is held annually for major superiors who are full or associate members of the CMSWR. During this time, the major superiors come together to listen, learn, and nurture “a renewed appreciation of the deeper theological reasons for this special form of consecration.”
The National Assembly is the springboard for collaboration, participation, and dialogue among members and promotes unity among the major superiors that gives witness to the joy of religious life. In a spirituality of communion, the major superiors are enriched by the beauty and goodness of each charism during their time together.