An "ecological conversion" which will impregnate our relations with the environment and with others.
... It is not uncommon to see the family of a Resident stopping to admire the large number and the variety of the stamps spread out on the tables.
On January 1st, 2020, we lived the Eucharistic celebration with our incarcerated brothers at the maximum security prison of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso, place of Sister Olga's Apostolate.
"Could you please move forward towards the back of the bus, today I will not leave anyone on the sidewalk!"
Olagoke B... , a young hearing impaired man, was found as an abandoned baby by a police officer in Iwo Nigeria on 2nd of April 2010.
Mr. X..., a partially hearing impaired married man, did not pass through St. Mary’s Rehabilitation and Development Centre Ipetumodu, but his disability as a deaf person makes him a beneficiary of the Centre.
Six small rekindled flames, one Light!
On this January 4th, 2020, we have lived a moment of fraternity which builds up a desire for more! This is what created this joyful initiative of two communities, that of No. 22 on the street des capucins and that of No. the 46 rue Notre Dame in Saint Brieuc, by inviting us, Associates, consecrated laywomen from the geographic area for the "Galette des rois" ("the kings cake"). We (...)
In the continuity of the christmas joy and the New Years celebration, we, Odette, Denise and Ida, from Cameroon, second-year novices, wish to share with you, our practicum experience.
Name in religious life: Sister Paul Joachim --- Date and place of funeral: Saturday February 1, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. at Sainte-Anne d'Auray, Ker-Anna.
Marie-Thérèse de la Trinité --- Date and place of funeral: Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 10:30 a.m. at Sainte-Anne d'Auray, Ker-Anna.
Name in religious life: Sister Yves Madeleine du Christ --- Date and place of funeral: Tuesday, 30 January 2020, at 2:30 p.m., in Plestin-les-Grèves.
A little drop of water at a time makes the ocean! We continue to count on your moral and generous support for the 2019 projects.
In this Centre, the children benefit from assistance with studies, learning to respect the environment, to sow and cultivate vegetables or harvest fruit.
The "Marie Balavenne" Hostel of the Daughters welcomes young women from different localities, who are coming to pursue studies in various schools and high schools in the area... The buildings and equipment have deteriorated despite upkeep.
The Centre for the Promotion of Young welcomes young girls and women who are dropouts or are unschooled, with a formation provided over a three year period, to permit them to acquire a real know how-to-do and how-to-be...
The Centre for Physiotherapy in Ota presently accompanies and supports all sorts of handicapped people. Today, people of all ages receive the assistance they need, without distinction of religion or culture.