Compassion in Action

Posted by Spalding Hurst

March 12, 2024

In March, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Associates (SCNAs) took a significant step in their spiritual journey by making a commitment at the Mokama Nazareth Convent Chapel during a Mass presided over by Father Mariamlal. Hailing from Gaya, Patna, and Mokama, these lay individuals have dedicated themselves to serving the poor, inspired by the exemplary lives of Vincent de Paul and Mother Catherine. Their actions reflect a deep love for Christ, bringing them joy and happiness in their mission to assist those in need. This event marks a noteworthy moment in their lives, affirming their dedication to the values of compassion and service. We thank God for their commitment and the positive impact they are poised to make in their communities.

2 Comments

  1. Jeyaraj Veluswamy,s.j

    These are the true builders of a developed India , who labour unseen in the remote corners for the most underprivileged people of India

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  2. Maria Brocato

    How inspiring to see these dedicated persons make their commitment to be SCNAs!

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