Integrating Biblical Concepts

February 13, 2024

Sister Jane Karakunnel, the director of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Associates in India, conducted a bible study for the SCNAs in Chandapura, Bangalore.

The session focused on the Ten Commandments, which represent the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth’s Charism and Values. The Associates fostered a sense of community and mutual support through the sharing of their experiences with the Scriptures. The session concluded with prayer and contemplation, urging them to connect with the spiritual core of Jesus’ teachings while they serve the Society as SCNAs.

A Fellowship Luncheon Brought SCNs and SCNAs Together

The Associates of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth served a delightful lunch to demonstrate their hospitality and culinary skills. Sisters Jane Karakunnel, Bridget Vadakeattam, Sincy Sebastian, and Hema Santhosha joined the Associates for the fellowship meal.

The shared meal encouraged friendship among SCNAs, with a variety of cuisines reflecting the group’s various ethnic backgrounds and origins. The lunch not only strengthened the bodies but also enhanced friendships and collaboration.

 

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  1. Eugenie Coakley, scna

    It is good to see my sister SCNAs in India gathering for scripture sharing and community building! (and lunch looks delicious 🙂

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