Articles by LSJ

I believe in God

Egyptian Christians have been tried by incidents large and small of violence against their communities, which make up 15-18% of the country's population. These included the recent bombings of churches in Cairo and Alexandria. The Little Sisters of Daher, Cairo, shared about their life there, their work, their experience of these tragedies, and their quest to witness to the love of Jesus in the midst of it all:
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I'll see you tomorrow - News from Emily working in a grocery store

Emily made her first vows on May 8 this year. She had most recently been working at a local grocery store, and she shares experience.
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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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Little sisters of Jesus in Macau, Sex trafficking and slavery

Claudia Elizabeth attends a symposium on the current terrible form of human trafficking and modern slavery.
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Little sisters of Jesus in Iraq: Hope in God

Arabic MaryArabic MaryAre we Christians who hope in an immediate future or is our hope on another level?  read more »

Our Beginnings in Simdega, North India

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 For many years we have desired to be present among tribal Christians of North India.  Our community of Simdega in the State of Jarkhand is the realization of this desire.   read more »

News from Jo in Rome to her traveler friends around the world

News from Little sister Jo who runs the English secretariat in Rome to her ‘traveler’ friends around the world.  read more »

Little sisters in Canada: News from Montreal

Living the future with realism the Little sisters have moved into two flats in the same building where they can support each other and open new doors to friendship.  read more »

A Pope from Argentina

Pope Francis and Genevieve JosephPope Francis and Genevieve JosephLittle sister Genevieve-Josephe is the niece of one of two French nuns who were abducted and murdered while working in Argentina during the so called 'Dirty war'. She shares about her meeting with Pope Francis.  read more »

Working for change among the Mapuche

Little sisters Bernardita and Maria Carolina share some of the topics that were discussed during a meeting with the indigenous people of Argentina in view of sharing some of their skills and being self sufficient.  read more »