Happy women’s day.

GENDER EQUALITY FOR TODAY FOR A SUITABLE TOMORROW THE ROLE OF A WOMAN:   IF IT WASN’T A WOMAN, THEN WHAT? Woman! Woman! Woman! What a sweet tittle! What an attractive name! What a Noble Character “Prob. 31:10”             You are such a beauty that every one wishes to be in your company You are … Read more

The Word was made flesh

We entered the season of Advent on November 28, and our thoughts turn a little from fearful thoughts for climate change with its floods and fires and volcanic eruptions, its heat waves and droughts, and all the suffering and death they entail, especially, but not only for the poor who have to live in dangerous … Read more

Fourth Sunday of Advent

”The Angel Candle” is lit on the fourth Sunday of Advent to symbolize peace. This name originates from the annunciation of the birth of Jesus coming to bring peace to our hearts and to our world”. Isaiah 5:4 “He shall be Peace” There is something deep that these two women share. Mary comes with haste … Read more

Third Sunday of Advent

The crowds asked John the Baptist, “What should we do?” Luke 3:10-18: Then what shall we do? is the question to ask ourselves on this Sunday as we come towards the end of this season. The focus could be on an individual and the bigger society like community, an organization, a family, country, and the whole world. … Read more

Second Sunday of Advent

MOTHER MARY AND JOSEPH AS MODELS FOR ADVENT Recently, when Fr. Joseph Luzindana was to Mary as the first personified figure of the Advent to teach us how to wait for the Lord. In addition, while giving us a recollection of Advent he pointed to Joseph as another model for Advent. I have therefore chosen … Read more

First Sunday of Advent

ADVENT REFLECTION A voice cries out in the Wilderness Make Straight the way of the Lord. Jh1:25 Advent is a time of Hope, because the Light of the world has come to take aware all darkness.May His Coming penetrate our hearts so that all are one and joy be fulfilled. JOURNEYING TO THE CENTRE Most … Read more

Woman with a universal heart

Philippine had a universal heart, an inclusive, wide tent and a porous boundary! She was constantly expanding the boundaries of her heart. As a child, she yearned to reach out to the poor of Grenoble; as an adolescent and a young nun she dreamed of working with native peoples across the ocean; as an old … Read more


October reminds us all catholic christians to intensely greet our Mother Mary and to renew our devotion to our lady of the Rosary As religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we have a family inheritance that our Holy Mother St. Madeleine Sophie Barat left to us. The Society treasures dearly the three titles of … Read more