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The Provincial of South Asia has been re-elected

23/01/2019: Sri Lanka

The General Council, after studying the results of the consultation carried out in the province, has re-elected Brother Mervyn Percy Rohana Perera, Provincial of South Asia, for a second period of three years.  

Brother Mervyn will take up his position during the celebration of the next Provincial Chapter which will take place from the 19th to 24th August  2019.  

The news was announced on  10th January, in a letter sent by Brother Ernesto Sánchez, Superior General, to the Marists of South Asia. In his letter, Brother Ernesto thanked Brother Mervyn for the work he had carried out as provincial and for his readiness to continue serving  the Institute. 

 

Brother Mervyn Perera 

I was born on the 19th of June 1959, the first-born of  three brothers. My mother was a teacher and my father was a businessman. I entered the juniorate in Tudella, Sri Lanka in 1973. I made my novitiate in Ragama, Sri-Lanka and my profession in August of 1978. 

Immediately after the novitiate I began the year of scholasticate  in Sri Lanka, Negombo. After several years of teaching in the Brothers schools in Sri Lanka, I then spent 7 years in Pakistan as a missionary. 

I returned to Sri Lanka the 2000 and I was provincial bursar for two terms and I was also a provincial councillor. In 2016, I was appointed, by Brother Emili Turú, Provincial Superior of the Province of South Asia for a first term. 

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