News from the Little Sisters of Jesus

Part of our history, The wrath of a Cyclone

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Cyclone Sendong made landfall on the Philippine island of Mindanao on December 16, 2011.More than a million people were affected. The Little Sisters of the Philippines had a fraternity in Iligan from 1990 to 1994. Little sister Cecilia Grace lived there, and said "These places are like home to me." She went to visit friends after the storm, and wrote the following on January 27, 2012:  read more »

Cardinal Joao BRAZ DE AVIZ meets the General Council of the Little sisters in Tre fontane

Cardinal Joao Braz de Aviz, who holds the responsibility for the congragation for Religious, recently visited Tre fontane and shared these very inspiring words with the Little sisters and their council.  read more »

In Anchorage, Alaska

Laura Lee at CostcoLaura Lee at Costco

Laura Lee is employed by a warehouse demonstration service, which provides product demonstrations of wholesale items....each day brings something new!  read more »

Space in the City Talk on Brother Charles (text and recording)

Link to Space in the city Website - an ecumenical initiative in Winchester.

Sister Catharine presents the life and spirituality of Charles de Foucauld.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Jordan, Noviciate in Amman

The noviciate in AmmanThe noviciate in Amman

For the fist time the little sisters of Amman share about their life.  read more »

Visiting the prison in Yaounde

Yaounde Central prisonYaounde Central prison

Monique Emmanuelle shares about her contacts with the prison in Yaounde.  read more »

In Greenland: Where will the future lead us?

Nuuk mountainsNuuk mountains

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 »

Goma: Living with War

Tereza-Musabayezu writes from Goma, on the Congo/Rwandan border about coping with an ongoing situation of war:  read more »

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