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12 postulants, three second year and 9 first

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On 23 January this year, 12 postulants, 3 second year and 9 first, entered the house of formation. The first weeks were for induction and knowing the community, a work done in conjunction with the Brother formators. We completed this first step with a live-in, which allowed us to become better acquainted with one another and to begin community building.

As is normal in processes of adaptation, some young men experienced situations of difficulty, since undertaking a new life style has its quota of sacrifices. Some saw at this time that the Lord was calling them to another style of life; so three of them decided to take new routes.

A month after entering this stage, we had our first retreat. A space of meeting with the Lord in silence, contemplation and meditation.

We give thanks to God for the lives of: Andrés Felipe Erazo Girón (Popayán), Carlos Martínez Rosero (Las Mesas, Nariño), Duberney Giraldo (Filandia, Quindío), Edinson Maldonado Beltrán (Bucaramanga), Eyson Fabián Valencia Hoyos (Montenegro, Quindío), Héctor Fabio Tusarma (Circasia, Quindío), Luis Miguel Calibio Bueno (Armenia), Miltón Jesús Pardo Ordóñez (Las Mesas, Nariño) and Norbey Robles Vélez (Pijao, Quindío)

We ask the Good Mother Mary for her accompaniment in the vocational growth of these young men. We invite all of you to pray for them and continue praying for them and for new vocations for our congregation.

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