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Keningau secular institute expands with new members

ISKB members pose with Bishop Cornelius Piong after the Mass, 6 Dec 2017, Tatal Keningau.

KENINGAU – The Secular Institute of Komuniti Betania (ISKB) expands with new members.

Janet Leong made her first commitment while Sabius Gatail Luis pronounced his final commitment.  Three others – John Ambi, Winnah Jude, and Melita Petrus renewed their commitment as members of the secular institute.

The commitments were made before Bishop Cornelius Piong on 6 Dec 2017 after the homily at the Tatal Retreat Centre here in the presence of around 100 people including fellow members of the institute and family members and relatives of the neo-professed and renewalists.

After Mass, all adjourned for the reception at the hall.

ISKB was founded by Bishop Cornelius piong 20 years ago for men and women who want to live a life of consecration in the world with the vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience.

Currently, it has 20 members with 16 full-fledged members, four juniors, and five observers. – An Richard, keningau website

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