Blessing of Central Leadership to Africa Mission

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 15, 2022

In a special way, the Congregation at Nazareth blessed Central Leadership as they embark on their journey to Botswana and Kenya, the Africa Mission of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.

Sister Barbara Flores, who led the service, spoke of the ancient proverb, “I am because we are and because we are therefore I am.” The proverb speaks to the interconnectedness of community and all of life. “As you travel, it is in this spirit that we bless you today as you go in our name,” Sister Barbara stated.

The Congregation concluded the blessing by extending their hands and praying for Sisters Sangeeta Ayithamattam, Jackulin Jesu, and Adeline Fehribach to go in peace to love and serve God and one another. They will be traveling to Botswana on Aug. 16 and Kenya on Aug. 28. Please pray for their safe travels.

6 Comments

  1. Sunila

    Welcome to you our dear sisters. We are Waiting……………….

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  2. Phelomena Hembrom

    Welcome dear sisters to Africa mission. We are waiting for you. May your journey be safe and comfortable.

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  3. Kate DuVal, SSND

    Blessings upon your travels and may you be a blessing to all whom you will encounter on the journey !

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  4. Elaine Adams SCNA

    Dear Sisters, you both will be missed. May God protect you while you are there.

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  5. Ann Palatty

    May your presence in Botswana and Kenya enhance the feeling of oneness of our mission, and the Congregational support for Africa Mission.

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    • Tess Browne

      Amen.
      Traveling mercies dear Sisters. We pray with you, sending our love to our sisters, knowing you carry us in your hearts.

      Reply

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