Vatican City, Nov 4, 2021 / 14:45 pm
Pope Francis received in a private audience at the Vatican Oct. 30 José David Correa González, superior general of the Sodalitium Christianae Vitae, an institute of consecrated life that is reforming its constitution under the guidance of Vatican authorities.
"During the meeting, our superior general shared with the pope the changes that are being made in view of the comprehensive renewal of our community after the election of our new authorities in the Fifth General Assembly of January 2019,” the Sodalitium said in a Nov. 3 statement.
The Sodalitium Christianae Vitae was founded in 1971 in Peru, and granted pontifical recognition in 1997. CNA's executive director, Alejandro Bermúdez, is a member of the community.
In the statement, the Superior General of the Sodalitium thanked the pope for the “support that the Holy See has been providing to our community throughout these years through the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, especially through their delegates.”