The Stella Maris will work to create a Social Welfare Committee

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The national assembly of the Stella Maris centers addresses the financing needs and their social role in the ports

The Retreat House of Inmaculada del Puerto de Santa María was the place chosen to celebrate the National Assembly of Stella Maris of Spain. The meeting was attended by Luis Quinteiro, promoter bishop of Stella Maris; of national director of Stella Maris, Ricard Rodríguez-Martos; María Francisca Sánchez, director of the Secretariat of the Episcopal Subcommission for Migration, and Kathleen Redido, assistant to the international director of Stella Maris. In addition, 18 people attended plus representatives of the Stella Maris from A Coruña, Vigo, Gijón, Barcelona, ​​Tarragona, Castelló, Almería, Huelva, Tenerife and Las Palmas.

The participants in the meeting of the Stella Maris centers during their maritime visit to the Bay of Cádiz

The importance of these centers for the social sustainability of ports was highlighted at the Stella Maris assembly and the people of the sea and, in that context, the purpose of working towards the achievement of a National Welfare Committee.

Likewise, the meeting agreed on the need for the Stella Maris centers to work in coordination with the Maritime Captaincies and the International Transport Federation (ITF).

The need to find means of financing for the maintenance and continuity of the work of Stella Maris was also analyzed by those responsible for the centers, as well as promoting the presence of Stella Maris in the social media. And, finally, the convenience of keeping Stella Maris’ identity in mind in its activity, based on its trajectory throughout 100 years of existence, was exposed.

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