Step 1 – Bata in Equatorial Guinea
The program for this Wednesday 26 October has been somewhat disturbed by the heavy rain that has fallen on the city. The general Superior visited the catechists’ school of the Diocese of Bata headed by Brother Manuel Carreira assisted by a team of trainers. For this school, there is also production of all the teaching material necessary for human and catechetical formation of fathers and mothers catechists from different parishes in Bata. The School operates as a boarding school whereby a point of emphasis is placed on cleanliness and order… » Read more
Sunday 23 October 2016
After the eight o’clock mass at the Immaculate Heart of Mary’s Cathedral, the general Superior met the entire Delegation’s Brothers. All the Brothers of the delegation (29) were present with the exception of Brothers Ferdinand, in mission in the regional team, and Bruno. The Delegation also has 3 novices and 5 postulants. 18 Brothers are between 29 and 44 years, while 11 brothers are between 45 and 74 years. This shows we have a young Delegation.
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Saturday 22 October 2016
Saturday, October 22, has been wonderful with the celebration of the perpetual profession of Brothers Ernest TUGANEYESUS, which means in English” Let’s go to Jesus” and Emmanuel MUHAYIMANA, which means “I offered him to God”. We notice that in the light of the definitive consecration of our Brothers to God, the names given by the families reveal themselves prophetic, we can even say prescient… The Brothers have been faithful to the meaning of the life program outlined by their names… » Read more
Arrived in Kigali on Wednesday, 19 October 2016, the general Superior, Br Robert Schieler, has really started the pastoral visit of the Lasallian Region of Africa (RELAF) the next day Thursday with the visit of Intiganda Centre in Butare. This centre, meaning “courage”, was founded in 1988 by Br Othmar and today constitutes one of the most significant educational works in the delegation of Rwanda. It was first intended to accommodate a limited number of children in difficulty because their follow-up should be done primarily in the families. » Read more