Susana García, Valencia (Spain)
I would summarize my personal view by taking as my own some words that I have read in Pope Francis' last Apostolic Exhortation, chapter III, titled ‘The proclamation of the Gospel’: ‘When someone is a believer doesn't go wrong, even if he or she can not find the right words to explain that faith.
After finishing this subject, both the lessons and the reading of the book, with almost thirty years in the Neocatechumenal Way and very little experience in religious studies, I think that the Fundamental Theology, as the name suggests, offers these words that any believer sometimes needs in order to be capable to proclaim and announce. It is somehow to discover that there are appropriate words to explain the Mystery of Revelation, though there are always some areas of this Mystery which belong to each one's personal experience as it always has been throughout the centuries.
Geert De Cubber, Evergem (Belgium)
After my formation as a Deacon, I wanted to go on a more systematic way, at my own pace, on a distance learning program. Domuni was a very attractive method for me from the beginning. Only Language restrained me. French is not my mother tongue, but the Studies Director has assured me that this is not a mainly linguistic learning. This has encouraged me to go and draw up my thoughts.
Sister Marie Elisabeth, South of France
Courses, personal work, everything is extremely enriching. Althought there is a lot of real work involved; there is above all great joy in this study. It is the joy of understanding your faith, being capable to put into suitable words life giving experiences, and being equipped with the tools you need to go deeper into the Word of God.
I am really pleased at what Domuni offers, and teachers' tutorial work. They even seem to compete at dedication to their duties! My superiors, as far as I can see, are very happy for the election they made and this formation will be the first, but surely not the last.
Thank you for this wonderful mission of Domuni! It is infinitely valuable for me, for us, for the Church.