Confederación Caribeña y Latinoamericana de Religiosas y Religiosos (CLAR)
Latin American Confederation of Religious Orders
Confédération latinoaméricaine des religieux
Confederação Latinoamericana dos Religiosos
Confederazione Latinoamericana dei Religiosi
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1958-11-16 Rome Italy
Founded at 1st Assembly of National Conferences of Superiors General of Latin American Religious Orders. Recognized by the Holy See and first Statutes adopted 2 Mar 1959. New Statutes approved 12 Dec 2009.
Coordinate the common initiatives and services of the national conferences of Superiors Mayor of Latin American religious orders, respecting their autonomy; promote cooperation among institutes of monks and nuns and of the societies of apostolic life existing in Latin America; cooperate with related bodies and with the bishops.
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General Assembly (every 3 years); Governing Board; Presidency; Council of Economic Service.
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