Ireland

A Dialogue-Deepening the Spirituality of Br Charles during the Covid Lockdown.

This is an invitation to share with others your experience of Nazareth and Bethlehem at this particular time of lockdown and when the canonization of Br Charles is drawing near.
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Photo Album: Little sisters of Jesus, Ireland

Photographs of the Little Sisters of Jesus and their friends in Ireland  read more »

New Barnsley in Belfast, Covid and New Life

emerging-daffodilsemerging-daffodilsReflection on how God’s creative energy cannot be tied down especially in a lockdown!  read more »

Video with music -Trasna, a crossing place to Newness

A Power point composed by Little Sister Asia in Ireland, inspired by Irish culture. In Irish Trasna means a Crossing place, A place of Decision, a Turning Point, an Openness to something New.  read more »

FROM OUR STORE OF TREASURES - Northern Ireland

Emiko at Charity shopEmiko at Charity shopSometimes we use the word "pearls" for the stories we tell each other of meeting God in our daily experiences. In the course of our lives as Little Sisters we have collected a vast treasure house full of such pre¬cious gems. Here are three from our sisters in northern Ireland: 1-Who Welcomes Whom? I am Emiko, a Little Sister from Japan who has lived in our com¬munity near the town of Downpatrick for over ten years.
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The Ministry of Presence

Jocelyne, Caroline, Helene and JudithJocelyne, Caroline, Helene and Judith
Sister Judith from the Anglican Community of the Sisters of the Love of God spends nearly two years with the Little sisters in Northern Ireland in Bishopscourt, a former RAF base sharing their life of prayer and friendship.
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Stories from Northern Ireland

Downpatrick Charity shopDownpatrick Charity shopLittle stories from Northern Ireland ‘Who welcomes Who? ‘The wealth of friendship’ ‘Seeds of hope’
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2016 The Eve of Pentecost at Stormont

StormontStormontOn Saturday, the Eve of Pentecost, the week before the new assembly was elected we were invited to join the Clonard-Fitzroy Fellowship, for a special time of prayer in Stormont the legislative body responsible for Northern Ireland in a Spirit of thanksgiving for the journey to peace.
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2018 Building bridges in Glebe House, Northern Ireland

Emiko leaving home in bishopscourtEmiko leaving home in bishopscourtEmiko shares a few insights from Glebe house in Northern Ireland, an ecumenical guest house where she gives a hand.
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