Superior General visits Vietnam

posted by Bro. Christian Allan De Sagun, RCJ

The General Superior, Fr. Bruno Rampazzo, RCJ, with Fr. Matteo Sanavio, RCJ, the General Councilor on the Sector of the Service of Charity and Missions, paid an Official Visit to the Missionary Station of Vietnam from the 8th to the 16th of January, 2020. The visitators were accompanied by the Superior of the St. Matthew Province, Fr. Orville Cajigal, RCJ. Thanks to the warm welcome and generous hospitality of our confreres. May God bless you with holy Vocations, through the intercession of the Vietnamese saints and martyrs!

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