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“Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink.” John 7:37

 

Dear Sisters,

From Rome we send cordial greetings to each one of you. The Central Assembly, where we will meet with the Major Superiors of all our Provinces, Region and Delegature is at hand, from 02 to 09 February.  We are joyfully anticipating the coming our Sisters in leadership to the Generalate and to the Procura Generale.

As you may recall, our Central Assemblies are important “stops” between two General Chapters so that the Leaders can verify where we are as a Congregation and how we are moving forward with the recommendations given by the last Chapter.  The theme of this coming meeting will be: “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink.” John 7:37

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