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Hidden Jerusalem

'I have been working for 11 years in a little Orthodox activity center for elderly people in the Old City'.  read more »

First steps in the life of a Little sister: Paloma in Murcia

Paloma shares about her first year with the little sisters in Murcia.  read more »

Part of our History -Jeanne Mathilde

Jeanne in Adeleide, 2nd in the rowJeanne in Adeleide, 2nd in the row

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 »

Final vows in India

Rakini and PriyaRakini and Priya

Little siters Rakini and Priya make their final vows in India on the 13th November 2009.

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Discovering God's Wonders

Natalie FlorNatalie Flor

Nathalie Flor from French speaking Cameroon goes to Nigeria to learn English and describes her stay.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Egypt, Part of our story, My Final Vows

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Little sister Salwa shares about making her final vows.

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A younger Little sister writes from Miyadera

The central house of the Little sisters is on the outskirts of Tokyo, where they can welcome new arrivals and have a bit more space for gatherings. A young sister describes what she lives.  read more »

Nazareth with my Bagyeli friends in Ngovayang, Cameroon

Bagyeli childBagyeli child

'Sometimes the Lord allows us to discover hidden treasures, which belonging to everyone should be shared so that together we can give thanks to God. I have lived in Ngovayang nearly four years and want to share with you my discoveries about the way of Jesus of Nazareth.'  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Lebanon, Building and Rebuilding Bridges

Rania 's final vows ceremonyRania 's final vows ceremony

Rania shares about the meaning for her in making her final vows in her parish of Ras en Naba, on the demarcation line between east and west Beirut in Lebanon.  read more »