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We Celebrate what we Believe! – Two great celebrations in Zambia

Sr. Kayula Lesa RSC reflects on two great celebrations in the Zambian Region in September.
“The 5th and 12th of September, 2009, were not ordinary days in the lives of the Sisters of Charity in the Zambian Religion. On 5th of September Sr. Liness Banda made her Final Vows in Kabwata Parish in Lusaka; while on the 12th, Sr. Anne Clare Salamo celebrated her Silver Jubilee in Sacred Heart Parish in Kabwe.

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Six sisters take Final Vows in Nigeria

September 12th, 2009 was an historic day in the life of the Nigerian Region.  Six sisters took Final Vows as Sisters of Charity in the parish church of Christ the King, Port Harcourt – Sisters Laeticia Amadi, Mary Balogun, Eucharia Eya, Gloria Ozuluoke, Francisca Ahumibe and Prisca Acholonu.  Sr. Mary Christian, the Superior General, was present to receive their vows.

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South Africa 2010: Are Fears of Increased Human Trafficking Unfounded?

It is slightly over two centuries since the whole human family rejoiced over the abolition of slave trade. It was then hoped that no human being would be subjected to such inhumane treatment and over the centuries this kind of thinking has been emphasised in the human rights discourse. However, what the world is witnessing now is “history repeating itself”. Slave trade is back but in a different form; the form of human trafficking. Just as slave trade was terribly offensive to human dignity and to God, so is human trafficking. According to the 2006 US Department of State Trafficking in Persons Reports, about 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders with many more within national borders annually. Most of these are women and children. Human trafficking therefore is a growing worldwide phenomenon which requires that every opportunity that fosters it, be fought ruthlessly so that human dignity is promoted for everyone.

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USA Religious Education Congress 2010

The USA’s largest Religious Education Congress will be taking place from 18th-21st March 2010 at the Anaheim Convention Center, 800 West Katella Ave., Anaheim, Calif. (just across from Disneyland).  The Congress is sponsored by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Office of Religious Education and is the USA's largest annual gathering of Roman Catholics!

 

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Report from Prison Chaplains Conference, Tennessee

Sr. Teresa Doherty RSC, of the California/Venezuela Region attended a summer conference August 5 – 8 in Nashville, Tennessee for those working as Chaplains in Prisons, Jails and Juvenile Halls.  Sr. Teresa has worked with juvenile offenders at the same facility for 34 years!   
Read what Sr. Teresa wrote about the conference:

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Mary Aikenhead Ministries established in Australia

The Religious Sisters of Charity in Australia witnessed an historic day on 1st July 2009 when Mary Aikenhead Ministries became official!
The first Public Juridic Person of Pontifical Right granted to a religious congregation in Australia, Mary Aikenhead Ministries, sets an important precedent for other religious congregations in Australia.

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Vocation/Formation team meets in Dublin

On July 22nd, the group in the photo on the left sat around Mary Aikenhead’s desk and chair praying as the International Vocation/Formation Team.  A sister representing every corner of the Congregation met July 19 – 24, 2009  in Dublin to search together for a new way of forming women with the heart of Mary Aikenhead and Ignatian imagination.

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