Lay Camillian Family in Pakistan

The Camillians first step their food in 2001 in the person of late fr. Rino Metrini, MI. Fr. Luigi Galvani, MI, then Provincial Superior and later elected as the General Consulta of the Camillians, was very happy to welcome us to the Philippines for the formation. Inspired by the presence of Fr. Rino Metrini and the spirituality of St. Camillus six young men showed interest and joined the Camillians. I, fr.Mushtaq Anjum, was the only one survived and got ordained on Oct 28, 2011.
The Camillians since then keep helping Pakistan from afar. In fact, in 2010, the Camilllians launched several big projects in the three dioceses of Pakistan: Faisalabad, Multan and Hyderabad.
The Lay Camillian Family in the Pakistan is the fruit and product of the Camillian ministry there. and we pray for more concrete presence in Pakistan by the way, this Lay Camillian Family was established in the presence of Bro. Luca Perletti, MI. in order words, Bro. Luca perletti, the General Secretary of the Camillians then, established this group in Pakistan. February 24, 2011, this Lay Camilliian family was founded.

On Oct 7, 2017, the lay Camillian Family gathered for spiritual formation. Fr. Mushtaq Anjum, MI shared with them the Life story of St. Camillus. This gathering was of old and new members recruited. Fr. Mushtaq shared about the Camillian spirituality also.

Ms. Asia Aslam and other members shared their experiences of serving the sick in nearby villages as well. They continue doing so inspired by the love of God and the spirituality of St. Camillus. They also provide free medicines to the most needy and help the sick go to hospitals. The Lay Camillian Family members use all of their resources and connections from Govt. facilities as well.

The Lay Camillian Family members under the leadership of Ms. Asia Aslam reiterated and expressed their desire to revive ST. CAMILLUS CHARISMATIC PRAYER GROUP. In the past this group had been very active in conducting healing services for the sick in groups and in homes.

The books of Life of St. Camillus in Urdu and other Camillian literature were distributed at the end of the meeting.