Finding Joy In Loving Service

January 14, 2023

Sister Priya Kalapurayil is the administrator of the Provincial House of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Patna. As the newly appointed administrator, she reaches out to the needs of the Sisters in the community. Her joyful, hospitable, generous and caring personality makes Sisters feel at home

Patna Provincial House

She reads many books, especially those related to the Congregation and other happenings in the country. She keeps up with the current happenings in politics. She is often found sitting quietly and reading in the house.

In her previous ministry, she worked as a board member and education director for five years. During the time of COVID-19, she worked on the rules and regulations of minority schools. She went to various SCN-owned schools to educate on the New Education Policy. She cherishes her experiences being part of the lives of the staff and the children in the schools.

At present, Sister Priya receives lots of help from her community members. Through their support, she joyfully accomplishes her responsibilities. She says, “I find satisfaction in my work especially feels a great opportunity to serve SCN, Congregation.”

5 Comments

  1. Rita Davis, SCN

    What a lovely and loving spirit S. Priya! It’s good to hear about you and your service.

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  2. Roselyn

    Every word said about Priya is exactly what she is and more..a good listener too and very community minded person.
    Your warmly welcomes every one who comes to the provincial hose and everyone seems to have a place in your heart.God bless your loving service to the community, Priya.

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  3. Maria Brocato

    Dear Priya is indeed a loving, welcoming person. What a goo role and ministry for her.

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  4. Ann Palatty

    Yes, I have experienced Priya’s loving, caring hospitality and her love for the Congregation. Blessings, Priya.

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  5. Luke

    What a wonderful introduction to Sr. Priya. I hope in the future I will have a chance to become more acquainted with her. Thank you for your service to our community.
    Luke

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