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Bakhita’s childhood – can we even imagine? Posted February 5th 2019 She was born in Sudan, somewhere near Darfur, in...
February 8th Feast of Saint Bakhita. Born in Sudan, captured as a slave, cruelly treated. Freed in Italy, baptised… a life of love born of suffering. see Blog
The home of the Queen of Sheba! From our Sisters in the Ethiopia Region ...
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) There are 700 people at this camp and they all wished to participate. Sadly, for a start, we are choosing to work with the number we can manage (35) and choosing from those most in need.
By Sister Franca Onyibor mshr. 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.