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Fifteen new brothers in two provinces of Brazil



Provinces of Rio Grande do Sul and Brasil Centro-Sul

05/01/2005: Brazil

By the profession of the evangelical counsels, fifteen Brazilian novices consecrated themselves to God on the 8th December 2004 through the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience. This consecration commits them to live the lifestyle of the Marist Brothers, to whom they now officially belong.
The celebration in the Province of Brasil Centro-Sul took place in the city of Campinas, San Paulo where eight new brothers made their first profession of vows. These brothers are: Adilson José Janovski, Alvanei Aparecido Santana Finamor, Carlos César dos Santos, Cassiano Uberti, Darlan Santorum, Dayan Luiz Rottava, Marcos Serena and Vanderlei Antonio Kuhn.

The ceremony in the Province of Rio Grande do Sul took place in the Novitiate “Marcellin Champagnat”, in Passo Fundo, where Claudinei Henrique Júnior Quadros, Douglas Jetelina, Diego Lunke, Joel Schons, João Batista Rocha, Ronaldo Boot and Vinícius Domingos Denedine made their first religious profession.
The celebrations were noted by their simplicity. All those present were involved in some symbolic actions that helped them to be united to the commitment that these young men were making to the Lord. Included among these actions were the presentation of the Constitutions by the Provincials and the presentation of rings by the respective parents.
These fifteen young men have come together at this very important time of their lives after a period of two years called the Novitiate. They are now starting a new stage of their lives called the Scholasticate, during which they will continue their personal, religious and academic formation, specifically directed at their future Marist mission.

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