The General Chapter
The General Chapter is regularly convened every six years and is the supreme authority in the Congregation. It is composed of the members of the General Council, the Provincial Superiors and the Superior of the Delegation of France and certain members designated as such by the General Regulations.
The General Chapter is responsible in a special way for the fidelity of the Congregation
to the intentions of our Founder and to our Constitution. It is also responsible
for promoting the vitality of the Congregation. For this reason, the General Chapter studies and evaluates the overall situation of the Congregation. It provides orientations and establishes objectives for the entire Congregation. It elects the Superior General.