25 FEBRUARY, 2021. We send a warm “Happy Birthday” to Sr Mary Brophy SSL, who celebrated her 100th birthday on Tuesday, February 23. Sr Mary is a resident of Castleross Nursing Home, Carrickmacross, Ireland, where all the stops were pulled out, despite Covid-19 restrictions, with flowers and balloons in abundance.
25 FEBRUARY, 2021. We are absolutely delighted to celebrate not one, but three, jubilee celebrations at St Louis Schools in Nigeria, less than one month apart: on January 18, 2021, St Louis Secondary School, Kano, celebrated its 70th anniversary; on February 3, St Louis Grammar School, Ikere-Ekiti, celebrated its Diamond Jubilee; and finally, on February 11, St Louis Grammar School, Mokola, Ibadan, also celebrated its Diamond Jubilee.
28 JANUARY, 2021. We have received the great news that some of our sisters have received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination. This includes: our two sisters in New York, four of our sisters in nursing homes in California, one of our sisters in the Corpus Christi Convent in California, and over half of our sisters in the English Mission. In Ireland, our sisters in Kiltipper, Dealgan, Maryfield, Sancta Sabina and Marley Nursing Homes are gradually receiving their vaccinations.
28 JANUARY, 2021. The First Profession of Vows of four sisters - Esther Pam Cheng, Linda Ogechi Christopher, Mary Remilekun John and Joan Swanta Samuel - was held on December 8, 2020 at St Louis Church, Akure, Nigeria. It was originally supposed to take place on August 22, but was postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
17 DEC, 2020. This final article in the series shows how the Sisters of St Louis Charism, Sint Unum, impacts on migration. Sint Unum shows that it is an implicit principle that touches on diversity, differences and divergences in human race and ideology and is a value that promotes tolerance, equity, justice, peaceful co-existence, humane virtues, and Christian values. When all this is achieved, our world will be healed, unified and transformed.
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