Little Sisters of Jesus

Part of our History, Life in Patras

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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 »

Part of our history: Pope Benedict visits Istanbul

Bridge uniting Europe and Asia over the BosphorusBridge uniting Europe and Asia over the Bosphorus

This letter written from Turkey on the occasion of the visit of Benedict XVI to Istanbul presents a positive outlook for Ecumenism and inter-faith diologue'.  read more »

Part of our History: Little Sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Bartholemew

1984  with Patriarch Bartholemew1984 with Patriarch Bartholemew

Patriarch Bartholemew always speaks of Little sister Magdeleine with great love.  read more »


Part of our History: Little sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Athenagoras

1965  with Patriarch Athénagoras1965 with Patriarch Athénagoras

Strong links with the Phanar were built up over the years through a deep friendship between Little sister Magdeleine and Patriarch Athenagoras.  read more »

The road to Bethlehem

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Little sister Jeanne and Little sister Annette, on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, visit Bethlehem and share the meaning of Bethlehem in the life of the Little Sisters.  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Cameroon, Bright ideas!

'I had it in my head to try my hand at some sort of craft work to help earn our living.'  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Spain, Murcia, a new start.

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The little sisters have closed their Community in Valverde to open a new Community in Murcia. The neighbourhood is called 'little Marrakech'. Their neighbours are from different ethnic groups: latin, african, from the Magreb and a big group from Eastern Europe. Juana is delighted to have found a job not with strawberries this time, but with Melons!  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Finland, Walking with God in everyday life

Tampere chapelTampere chapel

Two Little sisters live in community in Tampere, in a part of the city called Hervanta, which has about 25,000 inhabitants. There are many people from very many countries living there. The Little sisters live in a block of flats, in a very ordinary flat except for the chapel, the heart of their home. Christ, present in the Eucharist, gathers the sisters to pray for the people of the area and for the needs of the whole world.  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 »