New Xaverian Missionaries for Mission

“When a vocation comes from God, nothing and no one can prevent it. The world still lives in the gloom of the covid-19 pandemic, however, God continues to raise up missionaries for his vineyard despite the difficult times we are experiencing. This is a sign of God’s love for his people, a hope for the Church of Christ.”

There are three young people who have committed themselves to God, to his people and to the mission. They come from different places in our country. They arrived at the Novitiate of Salamanca, Gto., Two years ago and thanks to the formation they received from the parents in charge of helping them discern their vocation, today they have made their first religious vows in the missionary family of Saint Guido María Conforti.

Juan Carlos Granados Centeno was born on March 18, 1993 in the city of Celaya, Gto. Son of Francisco Javier Granados Patiño and Alejandra Centeno Pantoja, he is the eighth of nine children. His missionary dream is to work in a country in Africa.

José Alejandro Gómez Serrano was born on October 3, 2000 in San Juan del Río, Qro. His parents are José Alejandro Gómez Nieto and Erika Serrano Padrón; he is the first of three children. In 2016 he entered the Xaveriano Seminary of San Juan del Río to study high school and from there he went to Salamanca. He dreams of working in some country in South America.

Adán Flores Hernández was born on January 17, 1991 in the city of Tuxpam, Ver. He is the son of Guillermo Flores Anzures and Gudelia Hernández Antonio; He is the eighth of nine children and he too would like to work on the African continent.

The three of them are doing their best, it is up to each of us to accompany them with our prayers so that God will grant them to persevere in their missionary vocation. For now, we congratulate you for your generous dedication to God and we wish you the best on the path of formation that will continue with your philosophy studies in Guadalajara, Jal.

Let us continue asking the Owner of the harvest to continue sending workers to his harvest.

P. Alberto M. Reyes sx

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