To the International Dominican Youth Movement, the International Commission, the Dominican Curia, and the Master of the Dominican Order,

Two years ago, I was deeply moved and humbled when delegates from countries throughout the world elected me onto the International Commission of IDYM in Bogota, Colombia.  I certainly felt passionate about the Communications Promoter position and the movement in general. 

It has been an honor and pleasure to work with the amazingly dedicated fellow members of the IC for the past two years.  Together we have accomplished a great deal and I know this work will only continue in growing the movement of Dominican Youth. 

It is with sadness that I must inform you that I am resigning from the International Commission.  Unfortunately, many other responsibilities in my life here in Chicago have had to take precedent over my responsibilities for the IC.  The Communications Promoter is an important role that requires much more time than I am currently able to commit.  In fairness to the fellow IC members and the movement as a whole, I feel it is important that someone else fill the position that can commit the appropriate time and energy into this role. 

I look forward to continuing my involvement in the Dominican Youth Movement at the local, national, and international level and I certainly cherish all of the connections and fellowship as a result of this experience.

The International Commission has named Santi Vedrí from Valencia, Spain the new Promoter of Communications.  He currently lives in Madrid. He will coordinate a team to help him with Communications. 

I will continue to work with the International Commission and Santi and assisting in any way that I can in future projects. 

Though this was a difficult decision, I know that it is the right one personally and for the movement.  Thank you for your continued support and may God bless each and every one of you!

In Dominic with love,

Sean Mundy

 
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