Association of Sisterhood

Posted by Spalding Hurst

July 22, 2021

Sister Vinaya Chalil and Sister Philomina Hembrom are pictured here with members of the Association of Sisterhood in Kenya. The Association of Sisterhood in Kenya is well organized at the national level. The National AOSK organizes various programs for the Sisters including interreligious formation programs. The organization functions at the Diocese and Denary levels.

Vinaya Chalil, SCN

2 Comments

  1. Sister Marianne scn

    Vinaya and Philo, God’s blessings for all the new ventures in your new initiative. Praying and asking God’s blessings for you and ASOK in all its plannings and works.

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  2. Name *Joel

    Sounds like it is a new way of living religious life!! Are you thinking of associating yourself Vinayabwith the group? Sounds good for the future!!

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