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27 Young men Said 'YES' to the Lord


By Michael Makri sdb
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Shillong, May. 24. Shillong: When the Lord calls, I answered 'Yes' said Simon Thaimei one of the newly professed Salesian Brother after he came out of the Chapel. Today the 24th of May is a remarkable day in the province of St. John Paul II Shillong Province as the congregation celebrates the Solemnity of MHC, the province is blessed wit 27 new members who took their vows before Father Paul O Lyngkot, the provincial.
The rite of religious profession begun after the homily of the Provincial, In his homily the provincial stressed on the role of the community as cradle for vacation. He also thanked the Novitiate community, Father VT Jose, Father Maitphang, Father Francisco, Father VK Jose and all the staff for the formation given to the newly professed SALESIANS. The solemn celebration concluded with a fraternal meal.

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