On April 26th, 2023, the PaceSetters, a group of 21 women from the graduating class of 1986 at Our Lady of Lourdes College in Bamenda, Cameroon, reunited in Dublin, Ireland. These women, now living in the USA, UK, Switzerland, and Cameroon, came together to express their gratitude to the Holy Rosary sisters who educated them.
“Paradise Panama” God sent a gentle breeze from the four corners of the earth, steering hearts of young people to converge in a special “Paradise” Panama.
Franca describes efforts to sow seeds of peace using the skills of Non-Violent Communication in North East Nigeria, where the Boko Haram conflict has been tearing communities apart. She and her colleague, Duke, meet and listen to people on both sides.
Sister Franca Onyibor, Missionary Sister of the Holy Rosary, writes about the healing work she and her colleague, Duke, are doing in some of the camps for Internally Displaced People (IDPs)
Can the sun really rise again for women who have been trafficked? Sister Mercy, with plenty of experience, believes that these women can build their lives anew, with assistance. That’s
“Two words ring bells in our minds as we face into the new year of 2019: hope and gratitude. Our world throughout the past year has tempted and tried us with its miseries: news of war, conflict, poverty and despair. Yet with eyes of faith we can also see hope all around,
February 8th Feast of Saint Bakhita. Born in Sudan, captured as a slave, cruelly treated. Freed in Italy, baptised…
Pope Francis has summoned heads of Episcopal Conferences from 180 countries to Rome for a Conference on the burning issue of historic child sexual abuse in the church. We pray for great honesty, courage, compassion and resolution among all those taking part.
When Saint Patrick came back to Ireland, did he realise what he was doing? The whole of Ireland celebrates this day, and half the world celebrates with us! Let us unite in bringing peace to the world, respecting every human person whatever their beliefs, for all are made in the image of our Father, God.
Sister Mercy Ani, Youth co-ordinator in Monze Diocese, writes from her experience: Young people are the future generation. They are a well of vibrancy. They love God deep in them and long to be valued as full members of the church who have talents to share.
She was born in Sudan, somewhere near Darfur, in 1869 and grew up in her family with other the children. At the age of seven
In Borrisoleigh in Co Tipperary, Ireland, the parish celebrated the memory of one of their famous sons, Bishop Joseph Shanahan, on Sunday June 2nd 2019. Read more The Papal Nuncio to Ireland, Archbishop Jude Thadeus Okolo, from Southern Nigeria himself, was the chief celebrant, proud to acknowledge the man of whom