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Two Junior Sisters, Ghislaine Koagne Ndeyo Makui and Stéphanie Boueda Lonfo, the first Pallottine Cameroonians, professed their final vows on August 14, 2021 in the Church of St. Albert in Bafoussam.

The Mass was presided by Bishop Paul Lontsi-Keune of the Diocese of Yokadouma. An important and significant moment of this event was the act of consecration by which each of the sisters gave her person and her life to God, placing herself at the disposal of the Church and the Congregation. This beautiful and solemn liturgy was attended by many priests, religious sisters from many congregations, family members, various parish groups including a vocation group, friends and acquaintances.

At the end of the Mass, a letter of congratulations from Sr. Izabela Świerad, Superior General, addressed to the Final Professed Sisters was read. Sisters Ghislaine and Stéphanie expressed their gratitude to God for the gift of their vocation and consecration by singing and dancing the Magnificat together with other religious and novices.

Sr. Anna Kot SAC

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