Zambia: Meaningful Presence

by Dec 9, 2015Blog, Our Stories, Pastoral and Social0 comments

In our Mongu Community, we received the visit of a group of university students; “the experience has been very meaningful. We thank God for their presence among us and for the help they gave us”, shares our Sister Laura Edith Campos. Read the story here:

Meaningful Presence

By Sister Laura Soto

I want to share with all of you a very positive experience we have had here in our Mongu Community: the visit of a group of students from the University of Monterrey, UDEM.

They arrived last weekend at Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. Sister Cecilia and I went to Lusaka to receive them and Sister Cristina stayed in Mongu to welcome them later.

The program that was prepared for them included participating in our ministries and daily activities. We took them to places of interest in Mongu and in nearby areas, such as Limulunga, the Royal House where the King lives; we took them to Senanga to admire Zambezi River and to Makapaela, a very beautiful place that has a lake and several other attractive places.

They also participated in other activities such as the visit to the school that belongs to Saint Agatha Parish, where they interacted with the children; the school is very close to the place where they were staying. They participated in the Eucharist in the Parish every day. The experience they had here has been very meaningful in their life. We enjoyed having them here and we believe that they also enjoyed their visit here.

We give thanks to God for each and every one of the missioners, for their presence with us and for the help they gave us. Now they will take to their families, to their friends and to their university the good news about this beautiful, far-away, and unique place: Mongu, Western Province, Zambia, in AFRICA.

Thank you very much, may God bless you all. NI TUMEZI AHULU, MULIMU A KUFUYAULA: S. Silvia, Paulina, María, Mariana, Andrea, Mafa, Rafa, Wicho and Iván.

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