Visit of MSOLA Sisters at Woodlands


Croix MSOLAThe community of Woodlands was very pleased to welcome the MSOLA Sisters on the 11th February 2014. Among them, the Superior General Sister Carmen Sammut and Sister Maria del Carmen Ocon Moteno, General Assistant, from Rome. Then, Sister Margaret Kennedy, Regional East African Region. Sister Flora Ridder is a member of the MSOLA community in Lusaka.

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Global sisters leader: Pope calls us to move, make a difference


 

Sr. Carmen Sammut, the president of the International Union of Superiors General, is seen in her office at the union's Rome headquarters Sept. 30. (NCR photo/Joshua J. McElwee)
Sr. Carmen Sammut, the president of the International Union of Superiors General, is seen in her office at the union’s Rome headquarters Sept. 30. (NCR photo/Joshua J. McElwee)

Pope Francis is calling on Catholics “not to remain static” and to choose how they can make a difference for others, the leader of a group of 600,000 Catholic sisters and nuns around the world said.

The pope, Sr. Carmen Sammut said recently, is giving the world “great hope.”
“It’s like a window opening toward something new, where the church is more seen as people of God, not just the hierarchy,” Sammut said. “It’s fascinating. You want to know what’s going to happen next.”
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