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On December 11, 2015, Sister Pamela made her Perpetual Profession of Vows at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Langata, Nairobi, Kenya. Bishop Salesius Mugambi of the Diocese of Meru was the Main Celebrant at the Eucharistic Celebration and Sister Kevina Keating, Congregational Leader, received her vows. It was a most joyous occasion surrounded by family, CCVI Sisters, and many friends. Let us continue to pray for Sister Pamela as she continues her life as a consecrated and committed Sister of Charity of the Incarnate Word. Praised be the Incarnate Word forever!
|Sister Pamela kneels as she receives a blessing from Bishop Salesius Mugambi during the Profession of Vows.||Sister Pamela receives the ring from Sister Kevina Keating as Sister Rose Nyambura Githuka holds the microphone.|
On Saturday, December 12, 2015, during the joyful celebration of the Eucharist by Father Patrick Roe, CSSP, assisted by Father John Dunne, SMA, Sister Kevina Keating received the First Annual Profession of Vows of Sister Veronicah at St. Bakhita Chapel, Nairobi, Kenya. Let us continue to pray for Sister Veronicah as she now begins her life as a vowed member of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. Praised be the Incarnate Word forever!
|At the Reception of First Vows are Sister Kevina Keating, Sister Helena Adaku Ogbuji and Sister Veronicah Muthoni Mburu.||Fr. Patrick Roe, CSSp, Sr. Veronicah Muthoni Mburu, Sr. Kevina Keating and Fr. John Dunne, SMA.|