Blessing of  Graduate Nurses in Australia

Blessing of Graduate Nurses in Australia

A group of 2022 Graduate Nurses were welcomed and blessed as they began their work at Cabrini Health Australia as newly Registered Nurses. Julie Fleming Director of Mission and Identity spoke of Cabrini’s ethic of care to ensure that all who come to Cabrini felt loved. The new nurses were  told of the vision of…

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Sisters Aynalem, Asnaketch and Berhane Final Vows

Sisters Aynalem, Asnaketch and Berhane Final Vows

We are immensely grateful to God for the gift of Sr. Aynalem, Sr. Berhane and Sr. Asnaketch to our Congregation. Yesterday in New York our three sisters said their yes to serve God in the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, following the charism of Mother Cabrini and bringing the Love of God to…

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✧ Getting to know you! Interview – Sr. Meseret Nagamo, MSC

✧ Getting to know you! Interview – Sr. Meseret Nagamo, MSC

Tell us a bit about yourself My name is Meseret Nagamo, and I am a Missionary Sister of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I was born inLera in southern Ethiopia to my parents, Amarech and Nagamo. We are only two siblings, myself andmy sister, who is married with two children. How did you meet the…

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Meeting of Younger Sisters – ‘Dreaming of the Future’

Meeting of Younger Sisters – ‘Dreaming of the Future’

From Monday 14 to Thursday 17, all the younger MSC Sisters are gathering together in the United States, for a meeting named ‘Dreaming of the Future’. They came from the different missions all over the world for a time of sharing and discernment, specially in view of the upcoming General Chapter. On February 14 the…

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Tertianship Program at via Sicilia on January 16 2022

Tertianship Program at via Sicilia on January 16 2022

On January 16, Tertianship program began at Via Sicilia Institute, in Rome. The Tertianship started with two of our sisters, Martha Lopez and Laura Sanchez participating; it is coordinated and led by two sisters from Holy Spirit Region, Srs. Suany and Patricia, as well as Sr. Annita Turnu. This is what Sister Laura Sanchez wrote…

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For the World Day of Social Justice

For the World Day of Social Justice

Why Black History Month is Still Necessary Submitted by: Lailah Dunbar, Director, Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Almost a century after Carter G. Woodson, “the father of black history,” established Negro History Week, the relevance of a month set aside to explore the contributions of African American people remains a highly contentious and…

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The essence of Love: new school among refugees in Uganda

The essence of Love: new school among refugees in Uganda

I begin by recalling Pope Francis’ invitation in his opening Message to the Global Compact on Education proposing dialogue on the way we are building the future of our planet, on the need to invest in everyone talents and on him quoting the African proverb: “It takes an entire village to educate a child”. And…

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Education of the Heart on St. Valentine’s Day

Education of the Heart on St. Valentine’s Day

On Valentine’s Day, the feast of lovers, we offer you a reflection by Pope Francis on the education of the heart.After all, to love, one must always listen to the other and learn. Promoting the mind, the heart, and the learning of the hands, intellectual and socio-emotional education, the transmission of individual and social values…

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St. Frances Cabrini Provincial Assembly

St. Frances Cabrini Provincial Assembly

From January 12 to January 15 took place the  St. Frances Cabrini Provincial Assembly. As Sisters, “missionary disciples on the way out”, gathered in Provincial Assembly, they are in the process of resuming the path traveled since the General Chapter 2014 and Provincial Chapter 2019;  with a contemplative gaze of the current reality, they have…

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Health care during Covid-19

Health care during Covid-19

The pandemic has dominated our lives again for another year. Wearing face masks, frequent hand-washing, physical distancing and limiting social interaction have protected populations and health care systems. Although these restrictions have helped keep health workers safe, they have also made the role more complex. How do you communicate effectively from behind a face mask?…

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