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“The Sister’s Café” opens its doors to develop greater awareness of the
role of Irish Sisters

A new pop up café, “The Sister’s Café” is to open its doors on February 25th to help develop awareness amongst young women of the role that Irish Sisters play in society. “The Sister’s Café” which is being run in conjunction with Vocations Ireland hopes to open up conversations between Irish Sisters from all congregations and Irish women from the ages of 20 to 35 who may be interested in learning more about spirituality and the role that Sisters play in modern day Irish communities.

Sr Esther Vows

The 2nd January 2016 dawned a beautiful morning here in Nairobi. It was a special day for the Daughters of Charity when Sr. Esther Mbevo, one of their young sisters, took vows for the first time.

Pope Francis: Private Audience with the DREAM clients

During Pope Francis’s three day visit to Kenya, he graciously and with affection had a visit with 15 DREAM clients, representative of all the clients, including 14 infants and toddlers, 2 years of age and under, who were born HIV free through the intervention of the ‘Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission’ program of the DREAM Center.

Launch of the VIE publication

A small and wonderful celebration took place in St Catherine’s, Dunardagh on Sunday 22 November.  A publication to introduce the writings of St Vincent and St Louise was launched by the members of the VIE groups from the provinces of Ireland and Great Britain.

The Vows of the Daughters of Charity

A seminar was held on Saturday 14 November in St Catherine’s, Dunardagh on ‘The Vows of the Daughters of Charity’. The day was facilitated by Fr Eamon Devlin CM.

 

More than 80 sisters gathered for this one day seminar and there was a wonderful atmosphere throughout the day. We gathered to begin our day with a short reflective morning prayer which invited us to celebrate our call to be Daughters of Charity.

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