The Cabrinian Missionary Childhood of the Regina Coeli School is a movement that emerged more than 25 years ago, inspired by the words of Pope John Paul II when he called children “little great missionaries” and also by the movement of the Pontifical Missionary Work, IAM (Missionary Childhood).
The IMC (Cabrinian Missionary Childhood) is made up of students between the ages of 9 and 11 who want to defend their rights to live and grow in dignity and in the fulfillment of their vocation to know and love God.
The weekly meetings are mediated by animators/adults who, through groups, work methodology and spirituality, seek to awaken in the children the universal missionary vocation, love for Jesus, the Church, children and all human beings.

Written by Soraya, principal of Regina Coeli School.

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