Praise the Lord: eternal is His faithfulness

On January 4, 2019, in the provincial house of Cochabamba, with an immense joy we celebrated the 25 years of consecration of the first Bolivian sister, Sr. Remberta Chileno, who entered in the Family of the Sisters of Providence.

Already on December 4, the date of her profession, she recalled and celebrated the 25 years of her consecrated life in the mission of Buenos Aires, with the presence of the Bishop of St. Martin, Mgr. Miguel Angel D’Anibale, the parish priest Fr. Claudio Snidero, and many brothers and sisters who showed her their affection and gratitude for all what she accomplished in this mission.

In Cochabamba, a group of eight fellow priests, concelebrated the Eucharist together with the parish priest, Fr. Mario de Alarcòn. Almost all the sisters of the community of Bolivia were present and some came from Argentina and Uruguay.

During the Holy Mass, Sr. Remberta, who was very excited, renewed her consecration and thanked the Lord for these 25 years of fidelity, the religious Family for what she received and many people who accompanied along her journey. Her mother, one sister and a nephew were also present.

After the Eucharistic celebration, all those present were invited to “St. Luigi” hall to continue the feast with a special lunch, toast and folk dances.

A day to say thanks to the Lord with the words of Psalm 117: “In His eternal mercy, as to Virgin Mary, also to our Sr. Remberta, God has done great things and has shown His love and His fidelity”


What shall I render to the Lord?

Sunday, 5 May 2019 - Rome, General House

"What shall I render to the Lord for all His bounty to me?"(Ps. 115) .

This is the question that resounded in the heart ofSister TEREZA TOMA, in celebrating the 25th anniversary of her religious consecration in the Family of the Sisters of Providence. 
The answer she found deep in her heart again in the words of the Psalm:
“I will offer to thee, the sacrifice of thanksgiving and call on the name of the Lord”.

Thanksgiving for the past, full of the infinite mercy of God who has traced a path of novelty and providence for her, calling her from Romania to follow Him as daughter of St. Luigi Scrosoppi.
Thanksgiving for the present, still lived faithfully in the following of Jesus, in the daily service to the sisters of the general house of Rome.
Thanksgiving for the future, with the firm hope that He will continue to lead her by the hand, giving her the grace of His Spirit every day. 

The fraternal wish for Sister Tereza is that, she may joyfully repeat her daily YES, by growing in love for the Bridegroom Jesus and in giving herself to the brothers and sisters.

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