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Hermanitas, the Little sisters in Spain on YouTube

Korovo Films presenta HERMANAS, un documental que te acercará a la vida de la congregación de las Hermanitas de Jesus.  read more »

Part of our History. In Greenland: Where will the future lead us?

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From Nuuk, Little sister Noele paints a broad picture of the evolution taking place in the country and in the society where they live.  read more »

The Story of Kuupic Kleist

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The Little Sisters have lived in the capital city of Nuuk since 1980. They share the following remarkable story of their current prime minister:Kuupik Kleist  read more »

Our Parish in Nuuk, Greenland and a DVD on our life in French

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The Catholic Community english language website in Nuuk, Greenland with a DVD in French on the life of the Little sisters of Jesus.  read more »

"You have some new messages"

After his twelve years of service to the General Fraternity, Marc has gone back to Lille where he lived before that. He is in fraternity with a group of four young brothers who are studying theology. Last November, Marc found a job. Here he describes his first impressions and his first encounters. What does one say when God is silent? Invisible but present, He sends us message after message.  read more »

Part of our History - Jeanne Mathilde and the Priests Fraternity in Ireland

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Jeanne Mathilde died on Monday, August 8th 2011, in Adelaide, Australia after a long struggle with cancer. She was one of three Little Sisters of Jesus who came Ireland late in 1972, at the invitation of Archbishop Dermot Ryan, and chose the Travellers’ Settlement at Labre Park, Ballyfermot, Dublin as their Irish home.  read more »

Part of our History: Our Belonging to the Eastern Churches in Europe,

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In April this year, several of our communities belonging to the Eastern Churches in Europe met together in Rusti Krstur in Serbia to support each other and to deepen their belonging in their particular Rite.  read more »