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History of a rice field, in Madagascar. A march in hope

A long history It’s a very long story. It all began in 2014, on the occasion of the visit of the Superior General to Madagascar. We, the Little Sisters of Madagascar, wanted to give our participation in the resources of the Congregation through self-financing. We are interdependent in the Congregation, so we want to give…
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Young sisters reflect on the document “Dear Amazonia”-in the DRC

On this Blessed Sacrament Sunday, we, the young professed sisters from Congo want to share with you the fruits of our weekend. The topic was on Pope Francis’ Exhortation “Querida Amazonia”. To experience this, we shared together the richness of our preparatory work. After the opening prayer, we welcomed with joy a video of Sister…
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Hope, life, joy are not quarantined

We could say that we live “locked in”, we have brought the two communities together, we go out only what is necessary… we live with insecurity because of our ever-changing reality, because of the reality of people who do not know what is going to happen. Sickness is increasing and poverty is getting worse. Living…
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The COVID 19 pandemic in Argentina

From Argentina we want to share our experience during the COVID 19 pandemic. What was happening in China and some European countries was an alert for our countries. At the beginning of March we had the first cases through people returning from their trips to affected countries. The government called for the opposition and together…
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The FRATER -Christian Fraternity of Sick and handicapped people

I would like to share with you a little of my experience with the FRATER (Christian Fraternity of Sick and handicapped people). My mission at the Frater began in 1978 in Cochabamba (Bolivia) with two handicapped persons and one Little Sister of the Assumption, Anna Renelde van Destraten (of Belgium nationality) who is now in…
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The feast of the Ascension

The Ascension (Matthew 28, 16 – 20) “And remember, I’m with you always, to the end of the age” The texts of St. John, which have been suggested recently,we have been encouraged to meditate, to pray to God the Father and to renew our Faith in his Love.Stéfan Thériault reminds us in the Hymn to…
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I will ask the Father, He will give you the spirit of truth

VI Sunday of Easter (John 14, 15-21) “I will ask the Father,and He will give youanother Advocateto be with you forever – even the Spirit of truth” The movement in this Gospel passage is very striking. This flow of Trinitarian Life, has been very marked in the readings since Easter. I will ask the Father…
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“I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. »

 V Easter sunday (John 14, 1-12)  “Don’t let your heart be troubled!You believe in God,believe in me too… Today’s gospel is set in the context of Jesus saying goodbye to his disciples. Faced with His farewell, the disciples are worried. Jesus whom they follow, in whom they have put their trust, will disappear from their…
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In times of Coronavirus in Sahalava

When life is shared in Madagascar! It has been more than a month that Madagascar has been in “war” against this very ugly virus! Since then, one of the main challenges for the country has been to combine two parallel struggles; on the one hand to protect the population so as to prevent the virus…
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How did we live in Vietnam this time of Corona-Virus ?

Since the end of ‘La Fete du Tet’ holidays – around the end of January 2020 – the rhythm of life in our community has been changing a lot because of Covid-19. Each week we were waiting for the authorization from the national Education department to be allowed to open the school. It is one…
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