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The International Grail    As seen by the  IGA 2011 * Kleinmond, South Africa
Grail Centre*Kleinmond*South Africa
International Leadership TeamChrista Werner (Germany) * Carol Webb (Australia/US) * Christina dos Anjos (Brazil)
AUSTRALIA                    19362011 IGA Delegates:Kay Hunt (IC) * Mary NelsonNational Leadership: Jill Herbert, Kay Hunt...
BRAZIL                             19492011 IGA Delegates:Shirlei A. Silva (IC) *Eliana RochaNational Leadership: (9) Shir...
CANADA                       1950’s2011 IGA Delegates:Mary Boyd (IC) * Samia SaadNational Leadership: (3)Active Members: 1...
GERMANY                     19322011 IGA Delegate:Maria Schwab (IC)National Leadership: Maria Schwab, SilvanaFerraguti, Ma...
ITALY                               19622011 IGA Delegates:Claudia Poggi *RosemeireRodrigues, National Leadership: (3) Gem...
KENYA                             19792011 IGA Delegates:Perpetua Otieno (IC)*Angelina KyondaNational Leadership: (4)Activ...
MEXICO                           19682011 IGA Delegates:Rosaurora Espinoza , Reyna MartinezNational Leadership: (4)Active ...
MOZAMBIQUE              19862011 IGA Delegates:Manuela Muianga (IC)  National Leadership:  Manuela Muianga, Emilia BotaoAc...
NETHERLANDS              19212011 IGA Delegates:Elly Koenig (IC) *Hermien van SlotenNational Leadership:  Elly Koenig,  El...
PAPUA NEW GUINEA    19812011 IGA Delegates:Albina Namuesh (IC) * Monika MokaNational Leadership: (4)Active Members: 42Nucl...
PHILIPPINES                   19752011 IGA Delegates:Monica de Leon (IC) * Adalberta FrancisNational Leadership: Adalberta...
PORTUGAL                                                                                   19572011 IGA Delegates:Maria Ca...
SOUTH  AFRICA              19452011 IGA Delegates:Zodwa Mabaso (IC) * Nabs WesselsNational Leadership: Nabs WesselsAggie M...
SWEDEN                      19982011 IGA Delegates:Joyce Kemuma (IC) * Bibi HelgessonNational Leadership: (5) Kerstin, Bib...
TANZANIA                       19702011 IGA Delegates:Margarita Shirima (IC) * Evetha MchaNational Leadership: (5) Margari...
UGANDA                       19532011 IGA Delegates:Josephine Nakagolo (IC) * Winfred NyonyoziNational Leadership:  (3) Jo...
USA                                  19402011 IGA Delegates:Marian Schwab (IC) * Becky HillNational Leadership: Mary Farre...
OPEN  DAY at Mthimkulu
land 
ManyThanksto theSouthAfricanGrailnand the International Backstage Team…
Ginoca Neto  Aggie Modise, Loek GoemansSally Timmel, Anne Hope        Nqobile Masuku
A South African WelcomeLoretta Joseph, Aggie Modise, Jacky Gind, Ntombi Nyati, Priscilla Erasmus, Joy Talliard
Sustainable Development & Solidarity Economy Work GroupSDSE Work Group: Sibongile (SA), Becky (USA), Evetha (Tanzania), Sh...
International General Assembly 2011 Back Row:   Mary Nelson,    Nabs Wessels,  Marian Schwab,   Maria Carlos Ramos, Mary F...
GOD BLESS AFRICA !
The International Grail Vision StatementWe are an international movement and community of women of different cultures, soc...
The International Grail, 2011 - Presentation by Becky Hill
The International Grail, 2011 - Presentation by Becky Hill
The International Grail, 2011 - Presentation by Becky Hill
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  1. 1. The International Grail As seen by the  IGA 2011 * Kleinmond, South Africa
  2. 2. Grail Centre*Kleinmond*South Africa
  3. 3. International Leadership TeamChrista Werner (Germany) * Carol Webb (Australia/US) * Christina dos Anjos (Brazil)
  4. 4. AUSTRALIA                    19362011 IGA Delegates:Kay Hunt (IC) * Mary NelsonNational Leadership: Jill Herbert, Kay Hunt, Mary NelsonActive Members: 67Nucleus Members: (9)Participating Religions:Catholic:  90%Protestant/Anglican: 10%Active Regions: 4 North Queensland          BrisbaneAvila, North Sydney         Melbourne                         National Focus:   Trade & MultilateralAgreements, Popular Education, Migrants & Refugees, Inter‐Faith Dialogue,  GunawirraAboriginal Projects, Prayer & Spirituality Mary Nelson * Kay Hunt 
  5. 5. BRAZIL                             19492011 IGA Delegates:Shirlei A. Silva (IC) *Eliana RochaNational Leadership: (9) Shirlei, MarinaFlavia,  Matilde, Claudia,  Nadia, Xanda,  Dilmae MariaActive Members: 35Nucleus Members: 0Participating Religions:Catholic: 34Spiritist Doctrine: 1Active Regions: 6                    Pirapora BuritizeiroBelo Horizonte                    BraziliaMontes Claros                     Angra dos ReisGrail  Center Locations:             Belo Horizonte –MG (national  headquarters)Buritizeiro –MGNational Focus:             Solidarity Economy, Women’s Rights, Christina dos Anjos (ILT) * Shirlei Almeida da Silva * Eliana RochaCommunity Health & Education, and Strengthening of Culture
  6. 6. CANADA                       1950’s2011 IGA Delegates:Mary Boyd (IC) * Samia SaadNational Leadership: (3)Active Members: 14Nucleus Members: (5)Participating Religions: MultipleCatholic: 93%Protestant: 7%Active Regions: 4TorontoCharlottetownMontrealLondonNational Focus:Global Justice Mary Boyd  *  Samia Saad
  7. 7. GERMANY                     19322011 IGA Delegate:Maria Schwab (IC)National Leadership: Maria Schwab, SilvanaFerraguti, Maria BauernfeindActive Members: 23Nucleus Members: (5)Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Grail  Center Locations: 3Mulheim               OffenbachMunichNational Focus:Migrant Project‐ International Initiative HochfeldInter‐Religious Dialogue Maria Schwab * Christa Werner (ILT)
  8. 8. ITALY                               19622011 IGA Delegates:Claudia Poggi *RosemeireRodrigues, National Leadership: (3) Gemma, Pia, Marina Sangalli (IC)Active Members: 12Nucleus Members: (1)Participating Religions:  CatholicChristianFeminist TheologyNew Paths of Bible Spirit/Eco‐Spirituality Active Regions: 3Milano RomaCalabriaNational Focus:Migrant Women Project,  Third Phase Txintxa  Claudia Poggi * Rosemeire RodriguesProcess
  9. 9. KENYA                             19792011 IGA Delegates:Perpetua Otieno (IC)*Angelina KyondaNational Leadership: (4)Active Members: 30Nucleus Members: (4)Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Active Regions: 4KisumuKitaleMachakosNairobiGrail Centers:Daranja Mbili in KisumuNational Focus:Primary Education Perpetua Otieno * Angelina Kyonda
  10. 10. MEXICO                           19682011 IGA Delegates:Rosaurora Espinoza , Reyna MartinezNational Leadership: (4)Active Members: 14Nucleus Members: 1Participating Religions:  MultipleMostly Catholic Active Regions: 2 Groups approach Mexican reality in 5 regionsNorth‐South GroupMorelos‐Los Reyes National Focus: Women’s spirituality according to indigenous roots, Education,   Rosaurora Espinoza * Reyna MartinezRural Women’s Projects,  Environment, Traditional health and ways of celebration
  11. 11. MOZAMBIQUE              19862011 IGA Delegates:Manuela Muianga (IC)  National Leadership:  Manuela Muianga, Emilia BotaoActive Members: 23Nucleus Members: 0Participating Religions: Catholic Active Regions: 1Grail  Center Locations:MaputoNational Focus:Environment Manuela Muianga
  12. 12. NETHERLANDS              19212011 IGA Delegates:Elly Koenig (IC) *Hermien van SlotenNational Leadership:  Elly Koenig,  Elly v. Leeuwen,  Didine Petit,  Joke PootActive Members: 41Nucleus Members: (16)Participating Religions: MultipleCatholic ProtestantBuddhistGrail  Center Location:Utrecht National Focus:Human Trafficking, Inter‐Religious Dialogue/Diversity, Anti‐ Hermien van Sloten, Elly Koenig, Mieneke Hage, Mary OmedoDiscrimination
  13. 13. PAPUA NEW GUINEA    19812011 IGA Delegates:Albina Namuesh (IC) * Monika MokaNational Leadership: (4)Active Members: 42Nucleus Members: (1)Participating Religions:Catholic  100%Grail Center Locations: 3WewakManusPort MoresbyNational Focus:Poverty, Health HIV‐AIDS, Education, Church & Youth, Environment Albina Namuesh * Monika Moka
  14. 14. PHILIPPINES                   19752011 IGA Delegates:Monica de Leon (IC) * Adalberta FrancisNational Leadership: Adalberta Francis, MavhicSimborios, Candie MugotActive Members: 29Nucleus Members: 0Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Active Regions: 4ManilaE. SamarN. MindanaoW. MindanaoNational Focus:Leadership Training Seminar for Young Women, Livelihood for Members Adalberta Francis * Monica de Leon
  15. 15. PORTUGAL 19572011 IGA Delegates:Maria Carlos Ramos (IC) * Mariana MaltaNational Leadership:  Maria Carlos Ramos,Mariana Malta, Maria Ondina DuarteActive Members: 68Nucleus Members: (15)Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Grail  Center Locations:Terraco‐LisboaGolegaNational Focus: Women, Migration, Young People & Teenagers, Theology & Spirituality, Development & Cooperation, Training for Transformation, Formation & Projects, Banco de Tempo Ginoca Neto * Mariana Biltes * Joana Fialho Maria Carlos Ramos * Mariana Malta
  16. 16. SOUTH  AFRICA              19452011 IGA Delegates:Zodwa Mabaso (IC) * Nabs WesselsNational Leadership: Nabs WesselsAggie Modise, Thoko Makhanya, LoekGoemans,  Zodwa MabasoNational Formation: SibongileMtungwa, Ina Conradie, Ann MooreActive Members: 41Nucleus Members: (5)Participating Religions: MultipleCatholicProtestantActive Regions & Grail Centers: 3 KleinmondJohannesburgKwaZulu NatalNational Focus:Justice, Popular Education, Global Warming, Environment, Sustainability Zodwa Mabaso * Nabs Wessels * Aggie Modise
  17. 17. SWEDEN                      19982011 IGA Delegates:Joyce Kemuma (IC) * Bibi HelgessonNational Leadership: (5) Kerstin, Bibi, Joyce, Anne, KarinActive Members: 8Nucleus Members: 0Participating Religions: MultipleLutheranOther ProtestantActive Regions: 2Uppsala/StockholmGoteborg National Focus: Inter‐Religious  Bibi Helgesson * Joyce KemumaDialogue, Retreats & Pilgrimages
  18. 18. TANZANIA                       19702011 IGA Delegates:Margarita Shirima (IC) * Evetha MchaNational Leadership: (5) Margarita Shirima, Maria Msuya, Regina Mlikha,Dionisia Mshasa, Yustina KaramaActive Members: 100Nucleus: (52)Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Active Regions: 4Grail  Center Locations: 2KisekibahaDidoNational Focus:Education, Environment Margarita Shirima * Rose Mmbaga * Evetha Mcha
  19. 19. UGANDA                       19532011 IGA Delegates:Josephine Nakagolo (IC) * Winfred NyonyoziNational Leadership:  (3) Josephine Nakagolo, Teopista Nakabule, Clothilda BukirwaActive Members: 50Nucleus Members: (12)Participating Religions:Catholic 100%Active Regions: 4Grail  Center Locations: KampalaMasakaMushangaKishabyaNational Focus:Health, Women’s Issues, Education Josephine  Nakagolo * Winfred  Nyonyozi
  20. 20. USA                                  19402011 IGA Delegates:Marian Schwab (IC) * Becky HillNational Leadership: Mary Farrell, Judith Blackburn + National Council  Active Members: 244Nucleus Members: (29)Participating Religions: MultipleCatholic ProtestantJewishVarious Spiritual JourneysActive Regions: 9                  BostonGrail  Center Locations:       PhiladelphiaGrailville                                 CincinnatiCornwall New York CityBronx                                      Michigan Wisconsin Becky Hill * Noreen Willhelm * Marian Schwab * Lucy JonesNational Focus: LouisianaSocial Justice, Spiritual CaliforniaDiversity,  Environment,      SouthwestUnited Nations Council on Status of Women
  21. 21. OPEN  DAY at Mthimkulu
  22. 22. land 
  23. 23. ManyThanksto theSouthAfricanGrailnand the International Backstage Team…
  24. 24. Ginoca Neto Aggie Modise, Loek GoemansSally Timmel, Anne Hope Nqobile Masuku
  25. 25. A South African WelcomeLoretta Joseph, Aggie Modise, Jacky Gind, Ntombi Nyati, Priscilla Erasmus, Joy Talliard
  26. 26. Sustainable Development & Solidarity Economy Work GroupSDSE Work Group: Sibongile (SA), Becky (USA), Evetha (Tanzania), Shirlei (Brazil), Reyna  (Mexico), Zodwa (SA), Josephine (Uganda), Rose (italy)
  27. 27. International General Assembly 2011 Back Row:   Mary Nelson,    Nabs Wessels,  Marian Schwab,   Maria Carlos Ramos, Mary Farrell,  Lucy Jones,   Bibi HelgessonSecond Row:  Zodwa Mabaso,  Shirlei da Silva,  Elly Koenig, Kay Hunt,  Perpetua Otieno,  Noreen Willhelm, Maria Schwab, Mariana Malta,  Christa Werner,  Reyna Martinez,   Joyce Kemuma,   Margarita Shirima,   Loek Goemans,  Mieneke Hage,  Angelina Kyonda,   Josephine  Nakagolo,  Evetha MchaThird Row: Mariana Biltes, Joana Fialho,   Eliana Rocha,  Mary Boyd, Rosaurora Espinoza, Winfred Nyonyozi, Becky Hill, Rosie Rodrigues,  Christina dos Anjos,   Samia SaadFront Row Seated: Monica  de Leon, Hermien van Sloten , Carol Webb, Albina Namuesh, Adalberta Francis, Monica Moka, Mary Omedo Not Pictured:  Claudia Poggi , Manuela  Muianga,   Marilyn Aitken,  Sibongile Mtungwa
  28. 28. GOD BLESS AFRICA !
  29. 29. The International Grail Vision StatementWe are an international movement and community of women of different cultures, socialbackgrounds and generations. We trust in the Spirit of God, Mystery and Source of Life.We are called to create a sustainable world, transforming our planet into a place of peaceand justice.We acknowledge that we are part of the whole of creation, striving to live simplyand to nurture a culture of care for all the earth.We are determined to look for signs of hope in a complex world.We are strengthened by the compassionate energy and creative action of women.Born in the Catholic tradition, the movement is grounded in the Christian faith andchallenged by the radical call of the teachings of Jesus. Today we are women of variousreligious traditions and on life-giving spiritual journeys. We recognize that in each of ourGrail countries, our expressions of faith, religion and spirituality reflect our own realitiesand cultures. We respect and acknowledge these differences.Recognizing the global realities we confront, we are committed to growing together andlearning from one another’s wisdom, experience and spiritual search. September 23, 2011
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