Testimony and presence of those who lived in the Most Holy Redeemer Seminary in Sacramento


(Sacramento, Brazil) – COMMUNICATION – The Redemptorists of Brazil, Province of St. Paul, Consecrated Religious, Former Seminarians and Laity of the Municipality of Sacramento – MG are writing the book on the Jubilee of the ’60s of the Most Holy Redeemer Seminary, with publication planned for the first half of 2020.

It is a book of reminiscences, memories, and stories, moreover, of an effective witness of those who, in every process of affection for the seminary and pastoral formation, including the historical aspect of the creation of the seminary, its development, actions and the closing of the activities with the young people in the aspirancy to the Redemptorist religious life.

We encourage all those who have lived there and who have not yet shared their testimony, so that they may make their records (inscriptions), mentioning the period of residence in the house, the activities carried out, the living together with the teams set up there for the development of activities in the formation of young people, and the social and community integration in urban and rural pastoral work.

We request to send the testimonies and any communications to the organizing committee that coordinates the preparation of the book. Use for that an email edvipal@gmail.com

We are grateful for the commitment in the work of publishing this historical and Redemptorist publication on the seminary, now the Father Borges Social Assistance Center.

Sincerely yours,

Vicente de Paula Alves – Social Director

UNESER (National Union of Former Seminarians of Brazil)