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NIRMAL JYOTI PROVINCE
Silently stood by the Saviour ... All throughout His days on earth, and at the foot of the Cross - at Calvary! Destined to be mother of all; Hence soaked in mercy and love, She waits for you and me Every day; every moment like a flame Pure and bright – Nirmal Jyoti!
Nirmal Jyoti welcomes you all 'to taste and see that the Lord is Good.'
St. Chavara Kuriakose Elias
Kuriakose (Cyriac) Chavara was born in 1805, of pious and devout Catholic parents of Syro-Malabar Church, at Kainakary, Kerala, India. After his early schooling in the native village and priestly studies under Fr. Thomas Palackal at Pallippuram, he was ordained priest in 1829.
Rev. Fr. Leopold Beccaro OCD
Rev. Fr. Leopold Beccaro,an Italian Carmelite Missionary was a man of deep prayer and zealous action. He studied Malayalam language and wrote spiritual books imbued with the zeal to work for the salvation of souls, to help them practice virtues, to tend his flock and to give them spiritual direction. He found joy and consolation in the Blessed Sacrament and remained content even in the midst of sufferings, surrendering himself to the will of God.
“Taste and see how good the Lord is! The one who takes refuge in him is truly happy.”
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Nirmal Jyoti Province rooted in M.P the central part of India, the commitment to the Mission mandate of our Lord go into the entire world and proclaim the Good News to the whole creation Mk:16/5 has ever been the top most priority;
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”—Maimonides.
“I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” [Jn.10:10] Nirmal Jyoti has 07 sister nurses who render their dedicated services to our Lord and to His people through healing ministry.
Social work touches the lives of people every day and it strives to better the lives of the individual, family, group or society at large.
‘The world is a complex place, and the influence of media in its representation and its power of communication and interpretation is a remarkable amplifier of emotions and illusions.’