Sister Stella Kaiprampatt arrives in Botswana 

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 3, 2022

Sisters in Botswana had been awaiting the arrival of Sister Stella Kaiprampatt for over two years. With restrictions due to the pandemic leaving her travel uncertain, Sister Stella waited with patient endurance to finally reach her destination on May 3, 2022. All six Sisters were at the airport to welcome her.

Earlier, on May 2, the Sisters in the Bangalore province gathered over zoom to pray for her fruitful missionary life in Botswana and wished her safe travels.

6 Comments

  1. Martha Walsh SCN

    My prayers go with you dear friend, of so many years. With love from Quincy MA,

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  2. Priya Kalapurayil

    Dear Stella, Congratulate you for saying yes to God’s call, no matter how challenging life can be! Proud of and praying for you. May God bless you with good health and all the graces to really give your best in the new mission. Priya

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  3. Maria Brocato

    Blessings, dear Stella, as you journey forward to love and serve God’s people in Botswana. Thank you for offering yourself.

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  4. Christine Beckett

    Stella, prayers and loving thoughts surround you, Stella, as you begin your ministry in Botswana!!! So grateful for your YES to mission once again!

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  5. Ann Palatty

    Blessings on you, Stella, as you begin an entirely new mission in your twilight years May you experience inner and physical strength to live effectively your call to be a missionary in Botswana.

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    • Name *Joel

      My dear Stella,
      You are a brave woman, attempting to do new things is in you!! You will do very well.

      Reply

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