Abide in My Love

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 8, 2024

Celebrating Perpetual Profession

In a solemn yet jubilant event at Mokama, Sister Jyothsna George, SCN, made her Perpetual Vows in the presence of a distinguished gathering that included SCNs, priests, SCNAs, friends, novices, and candidates. The ceremony began with a dance procession and a melodious hymn, setting a celebratory tone. Sister Arpita Mundamattam welcomed attendees, and Archbishop Most Rev. Sebastian Kallupura delivered a homily emphasizing the importance of embracing moments of God’s love and calling to carry on our mission.

See more photos here.

Sister Jyothsna affirmed her dedication to living by the values and charism of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, marking her unwavering commitment. The ceremony featured rituals and prayers, culminating in Sister Latika Kottuppallil, Provincial of Patna Province, officially welcoming Sister Jyothsna as a full member by presenting her with a ring.

The event continued outside the chapel with a felicitation for Sister Jyothsna, followed by a communal escort to the dining room for celebrations. Sister Jyothsna expressed heartfelt thanks to everyone involved in making the day memorable, highlighting the collective effort behind the ceremony’s success. This significant day marks Sister Jyothsna George’s perpetual commitment to her spiritual journey and mission, which is celebrated amidst a supportive and loving community.


  1. Eugenie Coakley, scna

    Congratulations Sr. Jyothsna! A beautiful service, seen in these photos. Wishing you a lifetime of loving service in community.

  2. Angie Shaughnessy

    Congratulations and loving best wishes,
    Angie Shaughnessy

  3. S. Brenda Gonzales

    Congratulations my dear Jyothsna as you on your SCN journey with us all 🌹🙏❤️

  4. Maria Brocato

    Congratulations and many blessings,Jyothsma! Besides we wish you many joys of your future life as an SCN..


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