Last night, the NCW had a special meeting at Asan Church with our head catechist, Father Pius. For those who were there, he gave us some good news. First of all, Kiko Arguello will be starting a pilgrimage from Canada to South America. Kiko is 76 years old (if I am not mistaken) and he feels his time to join Carmen Hernandez will be soon. He will be in Denver, Colorado on March 11th. So, the communities are invited to meet with him in Denver.
Secondly, another good news is that there are catechesis still ongoing in Agana, Agat, and Merizo. The catechesis is going well. Fourteen people attended the catechesis in Agana, and ten people attended the catechesis in Agat. I do not remember the number in Merizo.
In the third place, Father Pius will be staying in Guam. He will be meeting with some of the brothers in the communities. A schedule was made out and some of the communities were given a schedule as to when they will be meeting for their next step. They will also be meeting with those who stood up during the vocation calling at the Beginning of the Year Convivience and Transmital.
Finally, a team of catechists will be going to the neighboring islands to establish the Neocatechumenal Way there. The bishops of those islands have already given permission to establish an NCW in one of their parishes.