RNDM International Missions Newsletter, December 2021

Lady of the Missions by a courageous French woman, Euphrasie Barbier, at Lyon, France in 1861.  Euphrasie’s dream was to send her Missionary Sisters to work with women and children – the most marginalized people of the world through works of education, health care, pastoral and social development.  Today, the Sisters’ priority remains focused on the same for those who are oppressed and living on the fringes of society. From those humble beginnings, the Congregation has spread to 22 countries with 870 Sisters serving in the missions worldwide. The Sisters continue this greatmission with passion. However, we could not do it without you, our friends and Partners in Mission, who enable and promote our missionary activities.

In recent times, the Covid-19 with its variants has brought about greater sufferings, especially to the lives of the poor and  vulnerable.  Many people continue to live in fear and insecurity. Your generosity and support have made a great difference in the lives of the most disadvantaged women, children and families in the society. To all of you we say “Thank you” on behalf of the people who are the recipients of your goodness of heart and whose lives are greatly  improved by your ongoing  support. May our God bless you!

As we prepare for Christmas, may the coming of Christ bring peace into our hearts, our homes and our world.  Wishing you and your families every blessing of Peace, Joy and well-being at Christmas and the New Year.

Smitha Thomas  RNDM

RNDM International Mission Newsletter, December 2021

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