Initiation at Nazareth Convent, Mokama

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 8, 2023

Pre-Novices Asunta Hansda, Chodimella Anjali, Neha Binha, Reshma Kumari, Sajeela Ekka, Sanju Xaxa and Sushma Bara had a meaningful initiation to the Novitiate on May 8, 2023, at Nazareth Convent Mokama. The theme chosen by the Pre Novices, “Mold me and make me,” was depicted beautifully.

The rituals began with a Eucharistic celebration and the main celebrant, Father L. Reni Prakash, emphasized in his homily that “LOVE” is the core value of our life, and if we have love, we will do anything for others. Sister Latika Kottuppallil, Provincial of Patna Province, officiated the initiation rite. She warmly welcomed each of the Pre Novices to the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. Each one was presented with the Constitution of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.

The Eucharistic celebration was followed by the felicitation of the Novices by the Sisters. 

1 Comment

  1. Linda Soltis, SCN

    A hearty welcome and congratulations to all the pre-novices. May your life journey be blessed with love, peace and endurance.


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