Monthly Archives: August 2012


a report from Brian Holmes C.Ss.R                                                          On Friday, August 17th, we had a big celebration: the inauguration of the Redemptorist Mission here […]

NEW MISSION CELEBRATION


The two retreats preached in mid-July saw the closure of the first novitiate year and the beginning of the new one. Fr William Guri preached the end of the novitiate retreat to the three novices who are due for their professions. The three novices are Dominic Kofi Ampomah a man from Ghana, but a novice of the Province of South Africa, Kenneth Temba and Brian Tonderai Manyenga (The two belong to the Region of Zimbabwe). Their retreat was by the sea coast in the Bluff area in Durban at a Dominican House called ‘Ukuphila.’ The name of the retreat place literally means ‘living.’ After the retreat one of the novices jokingly said they could not have gone to a more appropriate place. At the house of life they prayed and reflected about life’s fundamental questions and the life they were giving themselves to as Redemptorists.

NOVITIATE NEWS FROM SOUTH AFRICA





The Redemptorist Solidarity Office for Africa and Madagascar has received an uplifting profile document announcing a series of events to celebrate the silver jubilee of the Vice-Province of Nigeria. The story on the Redemptorists in Nigeria is one of graces and achievement. Fr. Vincent Ezezue is Chairperson of the planning committee for the forthcoming Silver Jubilee.

SILVER JUBILEE OF THE VICE PROVINCE OF NIGERIA