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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 »

4 - In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, Landmarks

Brother Rene relates his journey as a Little Brother and his role in the foundations within the spiritual family.
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Eucharist and Reconciliation

Fr Gerry from Clonard Redemtorist Monastery in Belfast spent the day with the Little sisters of Jesus during their Regional gathering to share about Eucharist and reconciliation and his own experiences both through belonging to the Jesus Caritas Priest's Fraternity and also based on his life in Belfast.  read more »

Part of our History: My visit to Enugu


 Elizabeth in Enugu Elizabeth in Enugu

Elizabeth who is a member of the Lay community of Brother Charles in Hackney and was one of the delegates to their international meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, is just back from Enugu where she has family. She visited the Little sisters there and on her return shared her impressions and thoughts.  read more »


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 »





Following Jesus of Nazareth

In attempting to assemble the pieces of Little Sister Magdeleine's life for her biography one of the things that impressed itself very strongly upon me was the extent to which she was not one who came to know God or his will through rational thought or discursive reasoning. Her life and the history of the Fraternity, as she recorded them, were repeatedly defined in terms of God having taken her by the hand and of her having blindly followed.
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Little Brothers of Jesus: Introduction

The Little Brothers of Jesus live in small communities (of 2 to 4 brothers) sharing the daily life and work of ordinary people.  read more »