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Looking at Nature with Reverence

Laudato Si weekAs we begin the Laudato Si week, the phrase, ‘looking at nature with reverence’ sums it all up.  We are invited and reminded how important it is to treasure our connectedness with the whole of creation. In other words, we appreciate nature and realize that we are just a part of God’s designed ecosystem.  This should be our main focus not just in this designated week but for all days to come.

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Earth Day: Restore Our Earth

Earth Day Image credits noah-buscher-x8ZStukS2PM-unsplashThis year we celebrate Earth Day, April 22nd, in a world turned upside down by COVID 19. Now more than ever we know we are a global earth community who live in a common home.

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Statement in relation St Patrick’s Guild

St. Patrick’s Guild (Incorporated) was a charity founded in the early 20th century to assist Catholic unwed mothers and their children. It was incorporated as a limited company in 1926. Our Congregation was asked to become involved in relation to St Patrick’s Guild in the 1940s and took over the running of the adoption society until the adoption services ceased in the 1990s. St Patrick’s Guild is now in liquidation and gave all its files and records to Tusla in 2016.

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Gender Based Violence - A Woman Who Conquered It

This particular lady got married in 1976 to an engineer in the Zambia railways. She worked in Local Government in the Public Health Section. They had (8) eight children six boys and two girls. According to her the family planning pills never worked in her even though she took them. She had a baby every two years.

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Catholic Sisters Week

Catholic Sisters WeekThe theme for Catholic Sisters Week Monday 8th - Sunday14th March is Celebrating Traditions Changing the World.  As Religious Sisters of Charity, we celebrate our cultural diversity in community as a witness to union of minds and hearts especially in these days of deep divisions and systemic racism.

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Armchair Ministry

Sr Brid Kerin introduces us to her new ministry which has opened up a new vista for her at 92 years of age. She explains below...

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World Day of Social Justice

DSCN0679In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly declared that, the 20th February would be celebrated annually as World Day of Social Justice, to highlight the power of global solidarity to promote opportunity, development and human dignity for all.

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World Day of Prayer and Reflection Against Trafficking

timeline. Every year, the 8th of February marks World Day of Prayer and Reflection Against Trafficking organized by Talitha Kum. The focus for this year is to reflect on 'An Economy Without Human Trafficking'.  The worldwide celebration due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic will be marked on the day by an online event: ‘A Marathon of Prayer', and will take place between 9am to 4pm (GMT) / 10am to 5pm (CET) - A 7-hour long marathon in five languages, prayers and testimonies from international realities involved in the fight against human trafficking livestreamed on

 www.youtube.com/c/PreghieraControTratta

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Celebrating First Vows of Sr Comfort and Onyinye

First Vows 2021On Sunday 16th January Srs Comfort Asibe and Onyinye Okoye professed their First Vows in Roma Chapel, Lusaka, Zambia. Despite all the restrictions in place because of Covid-19, a wonderful celebration took place. You can view the video of the celebration by clicking HERE.

International Day of Education

The 24th January 2021 marks the 3rd International Day of Education a day to celebrate the importance of education for peace and development worldwide. This year’s theme ‘Recover and Revitalize Education for the COVID-19 Generation’ focuses on a collaborative approach and international solidarity to place education and lifelong learning at the centre of the recovery. This day gives us the opportunity to reflect on education and the work done in the area.

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