While listening to the Gospel reading, Mark 1: 40-45, for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary time, I relived a beautiful story… The beautiful story of Zilembo, the leper Zilembo is part of the history of the Sisters of Poli.  She was attacked by an incurable form of leprosy.  She would come on a regular basis to the community so that the Sister who was a nurse could change her dressings.  The leprosy was eating away at her hands and feet so that little by little she was…

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Window on Social Justice No. 47

As suggested to us by the SSCJ Social Justice Committee from Canada, it is good to open for a moment our windows  and our horizons,  so as to hear the song of the birds and the clamor of the world. Window on Social Justice no 47 February 2021[4501]

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Entrance to the Novitiate

On December 8, 2020, there was a celebration at the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Ngaoundéré in Cameroon. We welcomed four young women to the Novitiate, one from Kenya and the three others from Madagascar. This phase in their journey lays the foundation of Formation because it is meant to gradually initiate young women to the life of a Sister of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. After giving thanks to God for the gift of his call to Monicah, Faniry, Solange, Arlette, with a magnificent song…

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Preparing to welcome the Saviour of the World!  

Christmas is coming near! We prepare ourselves to welcome “Jesus, gentle and humble of heart – Saviour of the world”.  HE won’t be arriving like Santa Claus in a sleigh or down the chimney, with his bag full of beautiful gifts. It is Jesus who is the gift! Mary and Joseph offer him to us: naked and in a manger, far from crowds, from tinsel and garlands; coming to us simply in the middle of the night by the light of a star. The only gift that…

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