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64/2018 – 03 – 09

Professio Temporanea

  • 18-08-18 Szymon Szablowski (Pol), Obory, Polska
  • 18-08-18 Adam Stępniewski (Pol), Obory, Polska
  • 19-08-18 M. Cecilia Carmeli Huong Nguyen (BUR), Burgos, Pilipinas


Professio Solemnis

  • 06-08-18 Yeremias Due (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Fabianus Dabi Dede (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Vincensius Ndua Wia (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Nikolaus Jata (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Yohanes Kambe (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Jairus Nong Bora (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Patricius Raymond Wangge (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 06-08-18 Ulrich Waltrianus Leu (Indo), Wairkau, Flores, Indonesia
  • 14-08-18 Joseph Thinh Tran (SEL-Viet); Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • 19-08-18 M. Thanh Tam Chua Ba Ngoi Xanh Nguyen (BUR), Burgos, Pilipinas
  • 19-08-18 M. Teresa Hay Ngo (BUR), Burgos, Pilipinas


Ordinatio Diaconalis

  • 08-07-18 Donato De Jesus Marçal (Aust), Maumere, Flores, Indonesia
  • 04-08-18 João Paulo Pereira Moraes (Flum), Belo Horizonte, Brasil
  • 04-08-18 Paulo Ricardo Ferreira (Flum), Belo Horizonte, Brasil


Ordinatio Sacerdotalis

  • 04-08-18 René Augusto Vilela da Silva (Flum), Belo Horizonte, Brasil
  • 17-08-18 Joseph Baptist Tinh Pham (SEL-Viet); Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • 17-08-18 Dominic Joseph Huynh Dinh (SEL-Viet); Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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As Carmelites We live our life of allegiance to Jesus Christ and to serve Him faithfully with a pure heart and a clear conscience through a commitment to seek the face of the living God (the contemplative dimension of life), through prayer, through fraternity, and through service (diakonia). These three fundamental elements of the charism are not distinct and unrelated values, but closely interwoven. 

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