In an article that appeared in our January 2018 eNews we reported that in the Irish Province it had been decided over the course of the next few years there would be a remembrance celebration in all of the graveyards where our sisters are buried. Recently two celebrations took place, one in Beneda and the second in Waterford.
In this article Sr Pauline Campbell shares her experience of retreat work with the parents and teachers in Belvedere Secondary College, Dublin, run by the Jesuits. "In 2008 Debbie and I were invited as Spiritual Directors to give a week of Guided Prayer to Parents and Teachers in Belvedere Secondary College run by the Jesuits.
Our chapel in St Joseph’s Convent, Hackney has been graced by a very special bunch of flowers. The flowers were delivered on 20th May to St Joseph’s Hospice from St George’s chapel in Windsor Castle where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married the day before. Each patient was presented with a bouquet of flowers specially prepared for them and there were some also for the Hospice chapel and for the convent.
The Religious Sisters of Charity took over the management of St Patrick’s Guild in 1943. There are no sisters alive today who would have had anything to do with the adoptions referred to in Minister Zappone’s statement. For the past 20 years St Patrick’s Guild has provided an information and tracing service and any enquiry by a birth parent or adopted child was treated in the same way.
The theme for earth day 2018 is END PLASTIC POLLUTION. The invitation for this year’s earth day is to begin to eliminate single use plastic from my life, our lives. The aim is to change human behaviour and attitude about plastic and work towards a significant reduction in plastic pollution.
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) has released a new book, However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis, that chronicles what the organization learned as it went through a six-year doctrinal investigation by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF).
The canonical erection of the Catholic Diocese of Bomadi and the installation of the Bishop Rev. Dr. Hyacinth Oroko Egbebo (MSP) took place on the 14th and 15th of December, 2017. The celebration started with a football match between Bomadi Priests and Warri Priests on the 14th of December. Though it was a very tough match the Warri Priests eventually gave the Bomadi Priests one goal this means there is no winner as Bomadi Priests had earlier won the match played in Warri diocese in 2016.
All roads led to St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Kirikiri, Lagos, on the 11th of March, 2018 to celebrate 25 years of Sr. Freda’s commitment to God and humanity. It was a glorious and happy day for the parishioners and guests of St. Joseph’s.
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