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Little sisters of Jesus in Vietnam: Life in photos

The Little sisters in Vietnam send pictures from their different communities.
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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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Little sisters of Jesus in Hungary, Budapest, Marton

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Here are some new pictures from Budapest!  read more »

Macao: In the shadow of the Casinos

Little sister Claudia-Elisabetta works in an outreach centre for people affected by drug abuse and AIDS.  read more »

Part of our History - Jeanne Mathilde and the Priests Fraternity in Ireland

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 »

Little Sisters of Jesus Hidden in a Tower Block, Hackney, London

Article from the Catholic Herald, 19 March 2010, by Paul Willis, who visits the Little Sisters of Jesus in Hackney, London.  read more »

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 »

7 - In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, Brother Rene Voillaume and the Second Vatican Council

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Brother Marc writes: 'There is a whole aspect of the life of Rene Voillaume that was not very well known by the brothers and sisters, and that was his work as a theologian and the influence of his writings on the work of the Vatican Council. Father Georges Cottier, a Dominican, has agreed to tell us about it. At the present time he is the theologian at the Pontifical House. At the end of the 1950's he was at the Dominican Studium in Saint Maximin, in Provence (France).It was there that he got to know the brothers and became a friend of Rene Voillaume.'  read more »