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We welcome 13 new first year novices at Br. Paul Noonan Formation Centre in Tamale, Ghana. They will be accompanied by 4 members of the formation Team.

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Standing: Fabio (Kenya), Jonathan (Zambia), James (Ghana), Joseph (Kenya), Peter (Zambia), Kennedy (Kenya),
Alisious (Sierra Leone), Brother Augustine, John (Kenya), Brother Julius and Brother Vince.
Squatting: Myers (Liberia), Lawrence (Uganda), Sumo, Benson (Kenya) and Daniel (Zambia).

February 15th, 2020

We give thanks to God, as we have been officially welcomed today in the Paul Noonan Formation Centre Tamale for our novitiate programme. We arrived in Tamale Ghana on the 4th of February and today on the 15th of February we were welcomed officially. We are 13 novices from 7 different countries from 3 different Districts of the Africa Province.

We have come together with the intention of becoming Christian Brothers. We gave our statement and commitment today in the presence of the novitiate formation team and some guests, that we will commit ourselves to God and to the service of humanity. We are ready to be open and honest to where God is calling us, and we give our sincere thanks to our formators who also commit themselves to journey with us throughout our two years in the novitiate programme.

So, with gratitude to God, we would ask Brothers to remember us in their prayers praying that we might listen for that whispering voice of God within our hearts and minds. There is nothing more unique and wonderful than living with people from different cultures with the aim of propagating the Gospel.

By Alisious Ligurie

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