ASIA

Part of our History: Little Sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Bartholemew

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Patriarch Bartholemew always speaks of Little sister Magdeleine with great love.  read more »


Part of our History: Little sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Athenagoras

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Strong links with the Phanar were built up over the years through a deep friendship between Little sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Athenagoras.  read more »

The road to Bethlehem

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Little sister Jeanne and Little sister Annette, on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, visit Bethlehem and share the meaning of Bethlehem in the life of the Little Sisters.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Armenia, from Achotzk

I have lived in Armenia for nearly twenty years now thanks to the opening of the hospital of Our Lady of Nareg where I am still working.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in the Philippines share their 'stories'

There are two communities of the Little Sisters of Jesus in the Philippines in different districts of Manila.

We want to share with you something of our daily life. Here are some of our "stories":  read more »


Archives Pakistan: Father Asi shares his vision

Father Asi shared his vision of what Brother Charles can mean in someone's life, based on his own experience. 'I'll never be able to communicate the strength of his conviction or the impact his words had on us, but I will tell you a little of what he said'.  read more »


Little Sisters of Jesus in India: 'Bethlehem' and 'Nazareth' in daily life.

Bethlehem and Nazareth are more than a spirituality they are a way of life.


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Little Sisters of Jesus in Turkey, friendship in an ecumenical context.

At the Community in IstambulAt the Community in Istambul

Our community in Istanbul, has had as its focus, from its foundation, to build up links with all the Churches and with people of every faith.

To pray for Unity and to work for Unity have given meaning to our presence here as part of a minority Church in this Muslim country and where the official Christian presence is Orthodox. Special ties of friendship with the Orthodox Patriarchate have been part of everyday living.  read more »