EPHIPHANY CELEBRATIONS AROUND THE PALLOTTINE WORLD
The following members of the Holy Family Province of CSAC Sisters in India, have been elected for the new term of three years office:
Very Rev. Sr. Lucy Thomas Provincial Superior
Rev. Sr. Judy Cheruvally Councillor
Rev. Sr. Leena D’Souza Councillor
Rev. Sr. Celine Chillikuttathil Councillor
Rev. Sr. Celine Pais Councillor
They are starting their mandate on 29 December 2019. We Congratulate them and wish all Gods blessings!
On 12 December 2019, Pope Francis nominated our confrere, Fr. Adrian Józef Galbas SAC, presently the Provincial Rector of the Annunciation of the Lord Province, Poland, Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Ełk, Poland. We express our joy and thank the Holy Father for this wonderful Christmas gift to the Society and the entire Pallottine Family. We congratulate Fr. Adrian Galbas on this occasion and wish him every blessing of God for his new mission.
As Rector General, I thank Fr. Adrian for his dedicated and generous service to the Society during the 30 years of his Pallottine consecrated life and 25 years of priesthood. Fr. Adrian has been always prophetic and challenging in his way of living and in his priestly ministry. He remained also an authentic spiritual son of our holy Founder, St. Vincent Pallotti.
May the Holy Spirit guide and illumine you, dear Confrere. Be a happy and generous Pallottine Bishop in service of the Church. We pray for you.
Fr. Jacob Nampudakam, SAC
First Profession of Pallottine family in India
First profession of the 10 Novices of the Missionary sisters of Catholic Apostolate
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February 07 to 09, 2020 UAC Assembly at Curitiba, Brazil.
April 30 to 02 May 2020 UAC Congress in Italy.
May 01 to 03, 2020 UAC Congress in South America, San Paolo, Brazil.
August 17 to 21, 2020 the General Congress of the UAC in Rome.
January 23 to 29, 2021 the General Assembly in Rome.
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Virtual View of the Museum and Room of St. Vincent Pallotti
Visit the actual room of St. Vincent Pallotti in Rome, which is now a museum for the Saint.