Month: May 2019

Manifestation en faveur des migrants aux USA avec participation des Petites Sœurs de l'Assomption

The Plight of Immigrants in America

«“It is the for Family that you exist……”   (Fr. Pernet) Father Pernet‘s vision in the focus on the Family is one that motivates the core of our being.  It is no secret that at present the United States of America is very divided when it comes to speaking of undocumented immigrants.  The harsh reality and…
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Une communauté de Petites Sieurs de l'Assomption néo-zélandaises et Tonganes

The mission is always an answer to the call of God

A Little Sister share an aspect of this mission : Mother Saint Theresa said on several occasions that loneliness is a very common condition in the Western world.  Well that is certainly true here in New Zealand. There is an organisation called “Age Concern”. She endeavours to remedy this situation by having volunteers visit elderly…
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L'assemblée réuni les Petites Soeurs de l'Assomption d'Espagne et du Portugal pôur voir les priorités pour les deux ans à venir

Assembly of the Spain-Portugal Territory

Content On May 4th and 6th, 2019, we share the fruits of the Assembly of the Congregation with the Sisters of Spain and Portugal in Barcelona the which took place in April 2019 The sisters welcomed with great interest the information received on the different territories as well as the report of Marie Françoise Phelippeau…
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La danse au Vietnam comme expression de la prière

A dance as an expression of prayer

The Church of Vietnam is still known today as young, vibrant and dynamic, yet it has suffered greatly under six reigns of Vietnamese kings during three hundred years of persecution. We cannot count all our martyrs, who died because of their faith in Jesus Christ. We wondered if the fire of faith had been extinguished…
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L'appel de Dieu est un chemin vocationel

My vocation: A path with … a path towards …

A call             A long time ago, and yet a time that is of the present, the dazzling light of the Gospel called me.  What was to be done?  The question for me: such a radical step would be lived out better with others, but with whom?  After looking in the direction of the Carmelite…
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