Little Sisters of Jesus

A Life that went beyond all Borders

1956 Tubet1956 Tubet

Throughout the life of Little Sister Magdeleine, a number of themes recur somewhat like leitmotifs. In a way, they confirm the fidelity with which she followed her vocation. As far as I am concerned, it is the leitmotif of the 'border' that impressed me the most.  read more »





The Green Booklet and the Renewal of Religious Life

Our political and literary history is criss-crossed by what we call manifestos, that is, writings that give the public a summary of new ideas incarnated in a movement of thoughts and works that mark an era.

In 1946, when the text of Little Sister Magdeleine which was to become known as the "Green Booklet" was published, we received it as a manifesto of a new concept of religious life. For my confreres and me, who were seminarians at the time, these pages seemed revolutionary and inflamed our enthusiasm.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Switzerland, Linking our web-sites

BienneBienne

Welcoming others in their diversity is a priority in all our communities. There where we live we want to make space for meeting the other with all their gifts.  read more »


Introducing the Constitutions

1972, with the 'mother house'1972, with the 'mother house'

The Constitutions of the Little Sisters of Jesus begin with this letter from Little Sister Magdeleine, their foundress.  read more »

Our roots in a Muslim world

1939 Touggourt1939 Touggourt

After 50 years of presence in Norway, the Little sisters close their community. To celebrate and thank God for all the tiny seeds sown in the ground a long standing friend decided to organize a study day for lay people with the aim of exploring how the spirituality of Brother Charlesspeaks to the lay person in today’s world.  read more »