The Newly ordained Reverend sisters of Daughters of Divine love took the three typical vows of religious, chastity, poverty and obedience, Their charism is to care and pray not for themselves but for people in the outside world.
The Holy Mass happened at Daughters of Divine love Junior rate in Abakpa, Diocese of Enugu.
They took their Novitiate with the order and took their first Vows to serve God, church and Humanity at large.
Even in midst of Covid-19 pandemic, the Catholic Faith found it's way to have them called "Reverend sisters" after years of studying under the congregation.
Unlike before, there were least priest during the Eucharistic celebration because of Covid-19 pandemic. Only one bishop participated in the ceremony.
Due to the pandemic, a lot of family and friends of the ordained Reverend sisters missed the ceremony but sent a Goodwill message wrapping that, "They Pray and Ask the Good Lord to Grant them All the Grace of final perseverance and strengthen them as they Journey with Him in his Vineyard."
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