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Mount Carmel 'K.I.' celebrates 200 years!

KIthumbEvery school year has its highs and lows with events that stand out from the day to day routine and rythmn of school life. For Mount Carmel secondary school in King’s Inns Street, fondly known by many as ‘K.I’., October 5th 2012 was one such occasion. Past and present management, staff, pupils and parents came together to celebrate the founding of the school in 1812.  What a wonderful day it was!

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Rejoicing at Final Vows in Zambia

yvonnethumbThe sun shone brightly as we gathered outside Roma Convent to escort Sr. Yvonne Tilimboyi to the chapel to pronounce her Final Vows.  Almost the entire region was present and we felt privileged to have Sr. Pereka with us representing our General Leadership Team.

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One Final Journey

venezuela thumbIn December, the Congregation withdrew from its mission in Venezuela after 32 years of working with and living amongst the people of Catia la Mar.  Here Sr Marsha Moon recounts her final visit...

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A Moment of Prayer

amomentofprayer thumbThe Religious Sisters of Charity International Anti-Human Trafficking group have prepared a 'Moment of Prayer' which reflects on and prays for all persons affected by human trafficking.  You are invited to download it HERE.

Konzalendo Update - The Plight of Youth

konzalendo thumbHere is the latest update from the new Religious Sisters of Charity mission in Malawi.  Sr Rosemary Ng'andu reports on the work that is developing to encourage young people to become involved: “In my last write up I spoke about how men abandon their children and mothers and grandmothers take the burden of looking after the children.  It is very a very difficult situation and yet the women accept it as a normal thing and they never complain.  The women do the farming, harvesting and go out on the high lorries to go to town to sell their produce.  I admire their strength and courage.

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