Golden Jubilarians Retreat

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

September 26, 2022

SCNs Janice Rathappillil, Teresa Madassery, Ann Muthukattil, Mary John Nadackal, Marina Thazhathuveettil and Rose Plathottathil participated in an eight-day retreat at Atmadarshan in preparation for their Golden Jubilee celebration. Father Jose Thayil, SJ, directed the retreat. This was a time for them to thank God for their precious life and vocation to religious life. They spent time sharing and praying.

4 Comments

  1. Trudy Foster

    Many blessings for all the golden jubilarians! It is with great gratitude we celebrate your presence in SCN ministry.

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  2. Ann Palatty

    Congratulations to all the Jubilarians.

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  3. Carolyn J Wilson

    May god bless you as you celebrate your Golden Jubilee. Thanks for all your service to God and the people you ministered. Carolyn Wilson

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  4. Brenda Gonzales, scn

    Congratulations to all the Golden Jubilarians. May God continue to bless you. ❤️🙏

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