in      
Reserved Area
Join 360° view forum
Join 360° view forum
 
Printable View Print News   Mail to Friend Mail to Friend  Comment on News Mail to KOONAN Thomas

Fr George Chalissery Appointed Superior of Zambia Vice-Province


By KOONAN Thomas
Bangalore, Dec. 16. The Rector Major, Rev Fr Pascual Chavez, has appointed Fr George Chalissery as Superior of the  Mary Help of Christians Vice-Province of Zambia (ZMB), which  also includes Malawi,  Namibia and Zimbabwe.  
Fr Chalissery, formerly a member of the Sacred Heart Province of Bangalore, is currently the Rector of the post-novitiate in Moshi, Tanzania, in the  AFE Province.  He had served earlier as the Provincial of the East Africa Province (AFE).  Fr Chalissery will be installed on 4 January 2011 at Lusaka in the presence also of Fr Guilherme Basañes, Councillor for the Africa-Madagascar Region.
Canonically erected on 29 June 1999, the Mary Help of Christians Vice Province (ZMB) has about 80 Salesians operating in 13 works mainly in vocational training schools, oratories, youth centres and parishes.
The Province of Bangalore rejoices at the appointment, congratulates Fr Chalissery and promises our continued support in his new responsibility.

Comments






More News in MISSIONS »

South Asia Social communication and Mission Delegates Meet
Salesian Cooperator Gets Padma Shri for Popularising Turmeric Variety
Bust of Father Sngi Unveiled at Laitkor
Salesian News Asia-Pacific YouTube Version Launched
Silver Jubilee Bells Toll at Risen Christ Church, Ponnur
Rate this
Current Rating
3.0



BIS is the information service of the Salesians of Don Bosco in South Asia.
The information available on the site is posted by the online registered Salesians in the South Asia Region and are approved by their respective Province BIS Coordinators.


This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox and/or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 + at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768


NEWS SEARCH
Search
Province
Classification

Are you a friend of Don Bosco?
Yes


RSS Feeds RSS Feeds