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Alive with the joy of the Gospel
Bringing Christ’s love and mercy to people in need
In Africa, South America, Europe and USA
We are an international congregation. We live and work in Brazil, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ireland, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, and Zambia.
Share with us the moments of blessing in our lives, moments of encounter, joy, tears, laughter – the many varied experiences that come our way as Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary.
You are invited to read, respond if you wish, and be with us when we are with people.
Go to BLOG in the top menu to open Mission Moments.
Children will enjoy the activities in this page, specially
designed for Senior Primary and First Years Secondary.
See FOR SCHOOLS in the top menu.
Vivat International Meeting in Lagos, Nigeria.
“That all may live in dignity”
“Despite her rich ecological endowments and available security apparatus that could guarantee food sovereignty and social security, Nigeria is still plagued by hunger, social insecurity and climate change. Despite her rich ecological endowments and available security apparatus that could guarantee food sovereignty and social security, Nigeria is still plagued by hunger, social insecurity and climate change.” (Read more at our BLOG, Mission Moments, or visit vivatinternational.org)
Vivat Kenya is moving forward, guided by their action plan, and focussing on human trafficking, which affects women and children especially.
Women and girl refugees and migrants are more vulnerable to be trafficked and subject to sexual exploitation. Trafficking of women and girls for forced labour and sexual exploitation is one of the fastest growing areas of international criminal activity, ranking in an estimate of 32 million dollars business per year.
Oral statement on human trafficking:
I am Olga Sanchez representing VIVAT International, and Talitha Kum a worldwide network of Catholic religious sisters and brothers against trafficking in persons and working in over 75 countries. The Sisters in the network, work closely with vulnerable population, especially the migrants and refugees.
Week of prayer for Christian Unity, January 18th to 25th. Addressed by the churches in the Carribean.
“Reconciliation demands repentance, reparation and healing of memories.”
That all may be free.
Your Right Hand O Lord, Glorious in Power: read more at our BLOG, Mission Moments.
Holy Rosary Sisters have posted two new Blogs. To read, go to BLOG in the top menu.