Unfortunately, after two months, the war in Ukraine is still going on, and the population that has not been able to leave the country is increasingly in need of help. Our sisters continue to be in the front line and to cooperate with Caritas to support and help the population in any way they can.
Mary Ward had deep insights in the human nature. We listen to her while she shares her experience with us.
Let’s celebrate the 23rd with Mary Ward with this video by Manuela Ferrari from Rovereto (Italy). Mary Ward pray for us and give us your spirit! “Never consider yourself a winner if you haven’t won yourself”.
Mary Ward has left us many thoughts about the love that God feels for us humans. Here are some of those important words.
“As a gift to humanity, which sometimes seems bewildered and overwhelmed by the power of evil, selfishness and fear, the Risen Lord offers his love that pardons, reconciles and reopens hearts to love. It is a love that converts hearts and gives peace. How much the world needs to understand and accept Divine Mercy! Lord, who reveal the
Our sisters in Romania are also actively involved in helping refugees from Ukraine who are seeking shelter in neighbouring countries. Here is the experience told by Sr. Tereziana Sociu CJ The suffering of people displaced by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine also affects the community of Radauti, which is 20 km from the Ukrainian border. Our
More wise words from our foundress Mary Ward …
Many refugees from Ukraine are still arriving in Slovakia every day. Our fellow sisters there are very committed to these people, especially women and children. They also support the sisters in Ukraine with aid collections and transports. One of the sisters who is on duty every day is Sr. Helena Bugošová CJ; “I try to
How can we live a life that pleases God? Mary Ward has an advice for us.