The latest JPIC newsletter is now available from the English province. The Sisters share some really interesting stories and experiences!
The Spring 2017 issue of the newsletter features articles about the Rwanda Sisterhood Association, news from Vietnam, Newcastle and other stories.
As Sr. Jess writes in the editorial: "...To bring hope, an antidote to the deep wounds of our world today. This is as we contemplate our world threatened by escalating tension between nuclear powers the rising threat of irreversible climate change and so many acts of terror and violence, so many displaced and so much injustice."
Read it • share it • reflect • and act! Download or view the newsletter by clicking on this link: JPIC Spring 2017
Helen Granger, Assumption Volunteer Co-ordinator in the UK, along with Anita Motha and James Trewby, from the Salesians and Columbans, explain why people volunteer abroad, and what an enriching experience it can be.
The Assumption Sisters of the English Province celebrated the Bicentenary of the Birth of St Marie Eugenie and Sr Therese Emmanuel with a special mass.
To celebrate 200 years since the birth of St Marie Eugenie and Sr Therese Emmanuel, 18-30 year olds are invited to join us in an international pilgrimage in France
Sisters Ana Senties, Jessica Gatty, Carolyn Morrisson & Astérie Mukampore r.a. as a JPIC team, had the opportunity to visit the Center of Alternative Technology in Wales.