Of the sisters in the Crimea it was recorded that ‘they did more than medicine’. To do more than medicine is still a challenge.
Catherine McAuley was primarily a woman of prayer, of prudence and of foresight.
The Holy Spirit opens up new visions of community, breaking down cultural barriers.
Come! Be hands of healing, hearts of caring, freeing the winter captive world.
Good manners add to the value of good works.
It was women who first spread the Easter message. What if they had kept silent?
The dignity of our Blessed Lady is expressed in the one title – mother of God.
Love simply shares, gives and receives freely.
The bishop of Cork urged at a profession in 1837 that they add a fourth vow - the service of the poor, the sick and the ignorant - as both integral to their dedication and descrip
We are your ears to hear the children’s cry of every race.
"Like Mary, we can experience the consoling tenderness of our merciful God and the wild, wonderful, surprising joy of God’s spirit."
We have ever confided largely in Divine Providence and shall continue to do so.
The beauty of community can be recognised when we gather together and share.
God can provide, God did provide. God will provide.
That ship alone can reach safety which in time of calm prepares for the storm.
Recreation contributes much towards giving new vigour to the spirit.
A strong and lively faith is the solid foundation of all virtue.