Little Sisters of Jesus

Notes from my Diary, La Vittoria, Santiago

La VictoriaLa Victoria Little sister Gabrielle Yvette gives news from La Vittoria, Santiago.
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Part of our History: Notes from my Diary, Copiapo:

Our house in CopiapoOur house in Copiapo

Little sister Gertrud Veronika, the General sister in charge visits Copiapo. Here are some notes from her diary.  read more »

Life in Kaya

Kaya Estelle; youth meeting 2014Kaya Estelle; youth meeting 2014

Young people are attracted by a simple way of life and how we share with neighbours.  read more »

Part of our History: Good news to share!

Little sister Maureen receives the vows of Little sisters Obianujunwa and Nkechinyere.  read more »

Daily life in Enugu

Enugu, Theresa Onyji, Ngozi ColetteEnugu, Theresa Onyji, Ngozi Colette

Theresa Onyji writes about her work in a private hospital:  read more »

Little sisters of Jesus in Nigeria, Life in Isu-Aniocha

Awka, uprooting casavaAwka, uprooting casava

News from Awka and pictures from our garden.  read more »

Part of our History, Ben Smim, Morocco

Azrou marketAzrou marketA new community has opened in Ben Smin, a Berber village near Azrou. One of the Little sisters works in a dispensary.
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Little Sisters of Jesus in Croatia, Zagreb

Zagreb chapelZagreb chapel

For us Little sisters, the theme of Reconciliation is at the heart of our vocation. It becomes the focus of our prayer and friendship between ourselves, in the neighbourhood or at work. Seeking to become women of Communion, gives meaning to all we do.  read more »

Part of our History, Life in Patras


A new community has opened recently in Patras, seeking to live and work in the way of Nazareth, as part of the local Greek community and building links between the different Church traditions.  read more »

Part of our History: Little Sisters of Jesus in Albania. A future of trust and friendship in Tirana

Tirana at ChristmasTirana at Christmas

Our life here is made up above all of small things, small gestures, being attentive to all that can bring a ray of hope or build up respect.  read more »