June 06, 2019 was a joyful day for the Sisters in Belize, as they celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of profession of Sr. Benedict Habet and Sr. Rosalyn Novelo. The festivity begun with a Holy Mass at St. Joseph’s Church, Belize City. Many Pallottine Sisters, family members, friends and parishioners joined to praise and thank God for our Sisters who lived 60 years of faithful service to the Church and the Congregation. After the Holy Mass all gathered to extend good wishes and join in a grand agape.
After my holidays in Rwanda, I went to Tanzania during the month of August 2019 for a short mission. It was for me a gift from God because I had the opportunity to be with novices in the International Novitiate which is the cradle of the Congregation. There are novices 22 novices from four countries Tanzania, Cameroon, Congo and Rwanda. During my stay with them and the Sisters who are preparing for final profession three from Rwanda and three from Tanzania as well as the three other young Sisters of Tanzania Province, we had the seminar about the General Statutes of the Union of the Catholic Apostolate.
With immense love and gratitude to God we wish you a very happy feast day. Every celebration is moment of grace and blessing. Today may you experience the joy of your purpose and continue to give thanks to the almighty who grant you the spirit of love and peace. As you continue to journey on the road of holiness, together with all the Sisters of the Congregation we prayer and wish that you …
Count your blessings instead of your crosses
Count your gains instead of looses
Count your joys instead of your woes
Count your friends instead of your foes
Count your smiles instead of your tears
Count your courage instead of your fears
Count your full years instead of your lean
Count your good deeds instead of mean
Count your health instead of your wealth Count on God instead of yourself
I gave my speech the title UAC - MY LOVE. Love in times of trial. Confession and challenge.
This will not be a lesson. What then would these thoughts be? A confession. Simply a confession. Love needs confessions, love flourishes in the atmosphere of declarations. But we must also remember that confession carries a risk.
In the Easter Liturgy we hear these words: "Christ yesterday and today, the beginning and the end, Alpha and Omega, all time belongs to him, and all ages; to him be glory and power, through every age and for ever. Amen."