St. Felix of Cantalice Novitiate Accepts New Novices

by • June 9, 2015 • Kapatiran NewsComments (1)2036

St. Felix of Cantalice Novitiate House, May 17, 2015: Five novices were given the clothes of probation and were accepted to the novitiate today. The five postulants who were accepted to the novitiate were Christi Rames Liew (Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia), Jomer Moises Pereyra (Naujan, Oriental, Mindoro), Rembrant Omamalin Monsales (Labangal, General Santos City), Roy Sacayan Arasan (Gango, Ozamiz City) and Jefferson Muda Namo (Caburan, Jose Abad Santos, Davao Occidental). Br. Eugenio Juanilo P. Lopez, OFMCap. Provincial Minister presided over the rite of acceptance to the novitiate witnessed by the brothers of the novitiate community and the other brothers from the other fraternities. Among those also present were Br. Jonathan Williams, OFMCap., the custos of Papua New Guinea (PNG), Br. Joseph Kiagho, OFMCap (PNG), Br. Ben Barag, OFMCap. (PNG) and Br. Michael Teng, OFMCap. (Malaysia). Toward the end of the rite Br. Eugenio thanked the formators of the postulancy house, most specially Br. Edgar Martines, OFMCap., postulant director, for accompanying the new novices during the first stage of their formation. Br. Eugenio handed the new novices to the care of Br. Ron Ojeda, OFMCap., novice master and Br. Wilson Atienza, OFMCap., guardian of the novitiate house.

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Br. Denver de Leon,OFMCap
Br. Joel de Jesus,OFMCap
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One Response to St. Felix of Cantalice Novitiate Accepts New Novices

  1. Katy says:

    Congratulations on your work and on your website. I beelive there is a real connection between the various groups praying regularly for vocations to the Dominican friars and the fact that you had six profession adn six entering the novitiate in 2008.When I was a youngster in Dublin my Dad used to take me occasionally to Dominic St church and I can say that the friars’ white habits stirred within me the first conscious desire to be a priest. I ended up as a Columban, here in the Philippines.God bless you all.