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Three perpetual professions in the District of West Africa

17/01/2006: Cameroon - Photo gallery

The District of West Africa has been blessed because three of its brothers have consecrated themselves fully to the Lord.
In Liberia
On the 8th December, feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, Brother Augustine Martin, of Liberia, pronounced his perpetual vows in our Institute. Brother Seán, visiting the country, received his vows. The ceremony was held in the parish where the brothers run a school where Martin is the director.
It was a simple, moving and meaningful celebration, in which brothers, parents, many students, priests and seminarians participated with nearly all the religious of Monrovia who accompanied Martin during this very important time of his life. The religious ceremony was followed by a reception in the brothers’ school.
Brother Augustine Martin is the third brother from Liberia to make perpetual profession in the Institute.
In Cameroon
On the 28th December 2005, Brothers John Nyuydine and Stephen Kpunsa, both from Cameroon, pronounced their perpetual vows in the parish church of St Pius X, in Tatum, a village in the North-West Province of Cameroon, where the District’s Postulancy is situated. The coadjutor archbishop of Bamenda, Archbishop Cornelius Esua Fontem presided at the ceremony and the District Superior received their vows.

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