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Causa Nostrae Laetitiae - Augustus 2017

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64/2017 – 01 - 09
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Professio Temporanea
20-08-17 Roberto Mejia (PCM), Washington DC, USA

Professio Solemnis
06-08-17 Valentino Untung Polo Maing (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Wilfrid Abdon Taa (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Viktorius Sesarius Gebo (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Aloysius Doi (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Fransiskus Pati Koten (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Irtenius Vinsensius Ngaku (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Fransiskus Xaverius Nenga (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
06-08-17 Fransisco Vincenso Frangky Gare Yoseph (Indo), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
12-08-17 Luis Jesus Paz (PCM-ElSal), San Salvador, El Salvador
15-08-17 Bladimir Ramos Ramos (Cat-Ven), Caracas, Venezuela

Ordinatio Diaconalis
11-08-17 Benjamin Sala (PCM-ElSal), San Salvador, El Salvador
18-08-17 Joseph Vinh Nguyen (SEL-Viet), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
18-08-17 John Baptist Tinh Pham (SEL-Viet), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
18-08-17 Dominic Joseph Huynh Dinh (SEL-Viet), Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Ordinatio Sacerdotalis
05-08-17 Webster Chibvongodze (Hib-Zim), Mutare, Zimbabwe
26-08-17 Nicholas Dustin Blackwell (SEL), Middletown, USA

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