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New Postulants in India

Mother of Divine Love Province in India rejoices as five candidates enter into the postulancy. The preparation began on May 30, 2013 with a recollection talk on “The importance and challenges faced by the religious life” by Fr. Vishvasam, the Novice Master of the Guanellian fathers. In the evening Sr. J. X. Clara, Provincial Superior explained to them the importance of the stage of the postulancy.

On May 31, 2013 the day began with prayer and adoration with the theme “Trying to walk in the steps of the Saviour”. During the prayer service the postulants made their simple promises and Sr. Angela Devi, directress of the postulancy received them into postulancy. It was followed by the Holy Eucharist for their needs and intentions. After the Holy Mass a simple celebration was organized to congratulate the postulants.

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