News from the Little Sisters of Jesus

Our beautiful land of the Philippines

A sharing from the Little sisters on the recent devastation of their beautiful land.  read more »

A Pope from Argentina

Little 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 »

Solidarity with the Democratic Republic of Congo

Bishop Theophile Caboy of Goma describes the deteriorating situation in his diocese.

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Abou Dis

Everybody togetherEverybody together

After being forced to close the community of Gaza, two Little sisters have started this new community in Abou Dis.  read more »

Hidden Jerusalem

'I have been working for 11 years in a little Orthodox activity center for elderly people in the Old City'.  read more »

Butare, our Rwandan Noviciate

Marcelline and novicesMarcelline and novices

Greetings from the noviciate in Rwanda.  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 »

The Little sisters of Jesus in the Philippines, 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 »

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