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Little Sisters of Jesus: Our Life and Spirituality

Little Sister MagdeleineLittle Sister Magdeleine The Little Sisters of Jesus were founded in 1939 by a French woman, Little Sister Magdeleine of Jesus, who had read the life and writings of Brother Charles. Like him, she wanted to be a disciple of Jesus by witnessing to God's great love for all people by "proclaiming the Gospel with her whole life."  read more »

Celebrating the Centenary of the rebirth of the Albanian Nation

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Taking stock - the little sisters look to the future of the Christian presence in Albania.  read more »

Little sisters of Jesus.The way forward at 50

Gertrude Veronika, the General superior of the Little sisters of Jesus shares a letter she received from a group of Little sisters in their 50's. From different countries in Europe, they met in Northern Ireland at Bishopscourt, near Downpatrick, to share on the challenges they face.  read more »

Letter from the General Council of the Little Sisters of Jesus, Visit to Africa,

The general council of the Little sisters of Jesus met in Arusha, Tanzania, after their visit to the Communities of the Little sisters in ten different countries of Central and South Africa. They share here their reflections.  read more »

A Way of Unty

This internationally agreed text outlines the vocation of the Lay Fraternities of Charles de Foucauld.  read more »

All our vocation can be summed up in the word Unity

If I were told to define the mission of our community in a single word I would not hesitate for a single moment to cry: 'unity'.  read more »

A passion for Unity

Jesus gave his life:

to gather into unity all the scattered children of God.
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A Life that went beyond all Borders

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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 »