Claretian Sisters in Nigeria

Oct 13, 2009 | Claretian Family

Nigeria. Since December 2008, three Claretian Sisters are taking the first steps in the Nigeria mission. In the recent visit of the Superior General Soledad Galerón, accompanied by Jolanta Kafka, general prefect of formation, had an interview with Archbishop Anthony Obinna in which they accepted the proposal of working in the mission of Saint Patrick in Mbutu, rural zone of the diocese of Owerri. This mission will be developed in three pastoral areas: parish, education and health. The three sisters that form part of the community are Angelica (Nigerian), Anna (Polish) and Aimme (Congolese).

We are very thankful for the support and help of our brothers, the Claretian Missionaries of the Eastern Province, who are accompanying us with dedication in these first stages of insertion into the Nigerian reality.

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