SCNAs Gather in Dangriga

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

September 28, 2022

The weekend of Friday, Sept. 23 through Saturday, Sept. 24, 2022, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Associates in Dangriga gathered for their annual retreat and commitment service.

The theme for the weekend was, “You are the face of God.” The weekend was filled with looking at the different faces of God in our world and nature, sharing of personal view of how God is seen through creative crafts, and being aware that despite our difficulties and challenges we are also seen as the face of God.

Time was also spent in reflection and prayer and filling out the SCNA commitment and recommitment forms. At the 6 p.m. mass at Sacred Heart Parish in Dangriga, three new SCNAs made commitments. Those news SCNAs are Carla Nunez, Dorris Sabal and Rachel Joseph. Other SCNAs made their recommitment and an additional person signed up to become an Associate.

The weekend was one of the family coming together to celebrate each other and see each other as the face of God. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth thank our Associates for their continued “Yes” in service to God’s people.

 

5 Comments

  1. John Loretto Mueller

    Lovely group of SCNA.

    I was in Dangriga many moons ago I spentt pretty much of the day dressing open wounds.

    Rice was a basic food for all.

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  2. John Loretto Mueller

    Lovely group of SCNA.

    I was in Dangriga many moons ago I spentt pretty much of the day dressing open wounds because of Diabetis

    Rice was a basic food for all.

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  3. Bev Hoffman, SCN

    It is so good to see our SCNAs in Dangriga! Sounds like a wonderful retreat!

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  4. Daphne Lambert

    It was truly a remarkable weekend for me. I spent time reflecting on my life and the faces of God I have seen in people and nature.

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  5. Rosemarie Kirwan

    It’s so good to see several familiar faces, and to know that there are others who have been inspired to join. May they continue to express the care of St. Vincent to their neighbors in Dangriga.

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