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Good Shepherd Convent, Chainpur

Our Province of India Nepal was getting vocations from the diocese of Gumla ,Jharkhand, from the late 1990’s. We were happy to respond to the invitation of Rt. Rev. Paul Alois Lakra DD, the Bishop of Gumla to have our presence in his diocese. 

On 16th June 2012 Srs. Monica Kujur and Aruna Malkari were accompanied by Sr. Deanna Pereira the Province Leadership Team Member, for the new mission to Chainpur. On their arrival at the Bishop’s house on 17th May 2012, they were warmly welcomed by the priests. After the lunch Fr. Samuel Kujur the 2nd Vicar General accompanied the sisters to Barway High School Chainpur ,Gumla ,Jharkhand. Fr.Prakash Kujur and Fr. Sanjay Minj welcomed the sisters. In the evening before supper they were welcomed by the Barway High School community. For six months the sisters stayed in the Father’s community. They began teaching in St. Micheal’s English Medium School and Barway Primary School Chainpur which belongs to the diocese of Gumla. On 24th November 2012 the diocese handed over a renovated house to the sisters. Sr. Deanna Pereira the Sector Coordinator of Madhaya Pradesh and Maharashtra and her councilors Srs Pushpa Louis and Taskila Nicholas, nine priests from the diocese, the parents and relatives of the Good Shepherd Sisters of the locality, students and teachers of three schools were present for the blessing . 

Sr. Monica Kujur was in -charge and the sisters were part of the Nagpur community. The sisters managed their daily maintenance with their salary which they received from St. Michael’s English Medium school. The presence of the Sisters helped to raise the standard of the school and the admissions started to be on the increase. The sisters also involve themselves in the vocation promotion mission.

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