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FIRST PROFESSION IN INDIA - 2019

On 16th May, the Indian Province rejoiced as two novices namely, Sr. Monalisa Minz and Sr. Rochell De Souza pronounced their First Vows in the Chapel of Novitiate house in Assagao, Goa. The celebration stood under the theme "Jesus,Prince of Peace, let your life be my life".

The Holy Mass during which our Sisters consecrated themselves to God, was celebrated by Fr. Patrick Furtado, SAC. Sr. Helen Lourdusamy SAC, the Provincial Superior received the vows.

There were parents, relatives and friends of the sisters to witness this important event. After the Mass the guests joined the sisters for the festive meal.

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