Sr. Lina Baroi, Bengali, tells us the story of her vocation, perhaps a little surprising ... the surprises that God makes!
Surprised by an everyday life that reveals something out of the ordinary... Here is sr. Silvia, who tells us something about the reasons that brought her from her home in Italy to Bangladesh, living a life dedicated to the Lord and to the mission!
sr. Suchita Tigga tells us about her desire to go far and to be a missionary. A strange dream, because in North India, from where she comes from, there were no missionary institutes until the arrival of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate.
Born in Jardim, capital of Mato Grosso of South Brazil, sr. Eliane is really thankful to her parents for having helped her in her Christian journey of faith until the choice of missionary consecration. Her vocation has brought her in Guinea Bissau, Africa, where she has been able to fulfill her missionary dream.
Here we find the story of sr. Parboti: ever since she was a child, she wanted to become a missionary nun. In her parish, in Bangladesh, she got in touch with PIME missionaries and her vocation brought her here in Italy, to share her life and vocation!
Here is the story of Chiara, who from being a worker in the field of banking and communication, now finds herself living as a missionary sister in Papua New Guinea ...What happened? The extraordinary entered in the ordinary!
For Sr. Sagaya, who was born in Karkataka, India, and in 2017 received the mission call for Cameroun as a Missionary sister of the Immaculate, everything started with the great example of the holy life of so many people all around her: "if they can why can't I?"
This is Sr. Elsie from Alotau in Papua New Guinea. She narrates us about her missionary passion and the difficulties faced at the beginning of her vocation… It is a vocation story where prayer and her closeness towards mother Mary resolved even the most difficult problems. And now? Destination to Bangladesh!