General Assembly 2018 – Day Six Summary by Diane Curtis | May 25, 2018 | 5 comments This content has restricted access, please type the password below for access. 5 Comments Tess Browne on May 28, 2018 at 3:42 pm Greetings and blessings from Quincy, MA. I too, express my gratitude to Ann Moyalan for giving voice to the prompting of her heart/spirit concerning Belize and our 43 year ministry and presence there. We have journeyed together with our Sisters & Associates and the people of Belize in mutuality and blessing. How do we actively respond to Ann’s call about our congregational future in Belize? Barbara Gilmetti on May 27, 2018 at 6:53 pm I wish to express my gratitude to Ann Moyalan for her well-spoken words regarding our ministry in Belize. The sisters and associates who have come from Belize have been a real blessing to our SCN Community as have all of the SCN’s and SCNA’s who have ministered in Belize. May we continue to keep our presence there now and well into the future! Maria Palathingal, SCN on May 26, 2018 at 8:31 am Dear Sisters and associates, All of us in Mokama watch the Assembly happenings from time to time. We were very much with during Kennya discernment issues. We are with you in prayer that the Holy Spirit enlighten each of our SCN Family in her paths. With blessings, Maria palathingal, SCN Ann Muthukattil on May 26, 2018 at 4:37 am Dear Sisters and Associates, This morning was a very Sacred and powerful out pouring of the Spirit. Thank you, Sangeeta, Nancy and Vinaya for your detailed, powerful presentation on Kenya. I am reminded of Mother Ann Sebastian and her Council who struggled to open the first foreign Mission in India. They had the same questions, that is Personal and finances, which will be answered only by our Loving God. God will provide, that was the answer they had. I pray that we continue to listen to the promptings of the Spirit these days. I hold you all in my prayers. Love you much. Barbara Gilmetti on May 25, 2018 at 3:07 pm As I listened to the report and discussion regarding our financial status, I recalled with much gratitude Sister Thekla Keller and all of her efforts to insure a safe and sound future for our Congregation.