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Maius 2013

Professio Temporanea

14-05-13 Anu P. Thomas Puzhamangalath (Ind), Kartikulam, India
14-05-13 Jacob P.J. Pallippurath, (Ind), Kartikulam, India
16-05-13 Chrispin John (STSA), Paravur, India
16-05-13 Johnson Digal (STSA), Paravur, India

Professio Solemnis

22-05-13 Febin Francis Kachirayil (Ind), Kothamangalam, India
22-05-13 Alexander George Chundattu (Ind), Kothamangalam, India
22-05-13 Sijo Jacob Pavartikaran (Ind), Kothamangalam, India
22-05-13 Albin Jospeh Parayail (Ind), Kothamangalam, India
22-05-13 Abin Jose Pandarikunnel (Ind), Kothamangalam, India
26-05-13 Sérgio Estefane Simone (Pern-Moz), São Cristovão, Brasil

Ordinatio Diaconalis

01-05-13 João Nilson Dantas Barbosa (Par), Curitiba, Brasil
04-05-13 Joseph Khoa Hoang (SEL), Washington D.C., USA
04-05-13 Joseph Tri Phan (SEL), Washington D.C., USA
30-05-13 Praveen Lawrence (STSA), Kodungallur, India

Ordinatio Sacerdotalis

11-05-13 Edgar Enrique López (PCM), North Hollywood, USA
23-05-13 Sanal George Karimattathil (Ind), Udayagiri, India
26-05-13 José Francisco de Santana Silva (Pern), Capela, Brasil

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