The 16th of March 2013 is a very remarkable day in the Nigerian Region. We rejoiced with Srs. Martina Chienyenwa Agoamanam and Edna Kotse Ikalumhe as they made their First Profession of vows in St Anne’s convent Satellite Town, Lagos, Nigeria.
The Religious Sisters of Charity in California were recently involved in a Symposium to educate teachers, parents, and youth leaders about how technology is used to traffic young people. The event was organised by the Southern California Partners for Global Justice...
The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW57) took place recently from 4th-15th March. The theme this year was ‘Elimination and prevention of all forms of violence against women and girls’. Here Sr Pat Kenny reports on her experience of being there with Sr Suzette Clarke (an Australian RSC).
Catholic Schools’ Week was celebrated from 26th January till 2nd February. During this week Catholic Schools in Ireland were invited to celebrate their Catholic identity and to reach out to their parishes in a spirit of faith.
It has been quite a year for St Margaret of Scotland Hospice in Clydebank, Scotland. First the Royal Visit and now it has been top rated by health inspectors. The Healthcare Environment Inspectorate gave St Margaret's Hospice in Clydebank the maximum score of six out of six in every category examined.
Chikuni Girls Secondary School is a Mission School based in Monze District, Zambia. The School has a population of 250 pupils eighty five percent of the pupils consist of orphans and vulnerable children. The School produces good results and it always aims to do better.
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