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What do Missionaries do when locked down by Covid?

Life suddenly came to a standstill   Read more From Sister Ndidi, in Ireland From every corner of the house one could hear the ticking of the clock. Great silence engulfed the whole world. The kind of silence of Holy Saturday experience, as we read:  ‘What is happening? Today there is a great silence over the...

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Join hands…

The earth is our common home.  Let’s take care of it!              

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Pope Francis calls…

September 1st – October 4th: Pope Francis calls Christians to prayer and action to save our Planet.    

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Teachers are heroes!

Schools reopen in Sierra Leone  “Teachers are heroes. The commitment and dedication seen in the field is phenomenal. Thank you for your service.”  Minister for Education Mr David M Sengeh on visit to Holy Rosary schools, Kenema. See Blog

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Schools reopen in Sierra Leone

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A Friend in need

Two Holy Rosary Sisters, trying to fix passport/visa to return to mission in Liberia, met Mrs Musu J Ruble, the Liberian Ambassador to Sierra Leone  in Freetown. A past pupil of Holy Rosary School in Pujehun, Sierra Leone, when Sr M Andrew and Co were there, she  was delighted to help the Holy Rosary Sisters....

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Feast day of Bishop Shanahan

On June 6th 1920 Fr Joseph Shanahan was ordained Bishop of Onitsha in south-east Nigeria, where he had been on mission for twenty years. His mission was to bring God’s love to the people.  Dying in Kenya in 1943, his body was brought back to be buried in Onitsha Cathedral among his people. See Resource (above)...

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The work of creation

"Work contains goodness within itself" Pope Francis

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St Joseph the Worker

“Today, on the feast of St. Joseph the Worker and the day dedicated to workers, let us pray for all workers, so that no one might be without work and all might be paid a just wage. May they benefit from the dignity of work and the beauty of rest.” Pope Francis

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Cameroon Lockdown

A country ravaged by socio-political unrest faces increased suffering. The struggle between the French speaking government and West Cameroon continues.  See Blog

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