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The First Religious Profession:

Comboni Missionaries Novitiate, Namugongo, Uganda.
On 30 April 2022, twenty young men made their first Religious Profession as Comboni Missionaries. The Eucharist was presided by the Provincial Superior of Uganda, Fr Achilles Kiwanuka mccj, with other Provincials and priests concelebrating. The newly professed are: from the Province of South Africa, Karabo Tsooana, from Ethiopia, South Sudan and DRC, 3 newly professed each, from Malawi-Zambia and Kenya, 2 newly professed each; and 6 from the Province of Uganda. Congratulations to all! We also give thanks to God for the blessing of these 20 young men to our Institute.

Pope's Prayer Intention for May:

MAY | For Faith-Filled Young People

Provincial Retreat

Maria Trost Pastoral Centre, Lydenburg, Witbank Diocese

Letter of Solidarity from the
General Council

Solidarity letter to South Africa about the riots

Reflections on
Violence and Looting in
South Africa

Reflections on violence and looting in South Africa

No to Looting in South Africa

Opening Address SACBC Plenary
Bishop Sipuka

Opening Address Plenary Meeting – August Bishop Sipuka

THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS
TITULAR PATRON OF THE INSTITUTE

Message from the General Council

Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Message from the Provincial Superior RSA

Sacred Heart 2021

PROVINCIAL ASSEMBLY
COMBONI MISSIONARIES SOUTH AFRICA
LUMKO INSTITUTE, 12-16 April 2021

We are grateful to God for the presence and
guidance of His Spirit during our Assembly.
We also thank you for your prayers.

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