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This weekend (September 24-25) we met at the Mother House of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in St Jacut les Pins, with the joy of seeing each other again of course and the welcome of 4 new people. The main theme of these days was to rediscover the origins of the Congregation and its international expansion. The visit of the Chapel of La Graë, where Angélique Le Sourd and her first 3 companions left, and a mini scavenger hunt in the park allowed us…

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Two associates travel to Cameroon

After several journeys to Madagascar, Jacques and Marie-Annick departed for Cameroon to discover the communities of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart there. Here is their testimony: Our stay among the sisters in Cameroon was very rich in sharing, encounters, and moments of prayer. Life for Cameroonians is very difficult, but it is full of a generosity that moved us deeply. We discovered the customs, traditions, and regional dishes of this beautiful country. We were able to modestly improve the sisters’ comfort by repairing many small things…

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To come and visit us in Antsirabe, Menja (yellow T-shirt) spent 7 hours in a bush-taxi; the next day he left in the same way to meet up with Soavina. Menja wants to be a priest, and he needs our support to complete his studies so he can get his diploma. While I give French lessons to the young women spending time in the community, Jacques goes to the prison to give courses to the prisoners, so that they can have a trade when they are released. Eleven…

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News from Madagascar

Hello everyone, “We are doing well. We are touched by your prayers for the victims of the latest disaster in Madagascar. We don’t travel much because the sisters are afraid we will catch Covid. But we have a lot to keep us busy. Jacques is building cupboards and I paint them when they are finished.   We saw the buildings and the new construction project in Ambositra; allowing the sisters to have more space so they can be more comfortable. On Sunday there was a feast for…

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