We have twelve regular members. Most of them live and work in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea. One works in a government educational institution, two in private sector companies, and the rest are in self-employed businesses and trades for their living. Professionally we have a lawyer, economist, teachers, psychologist, communications engineer, and almost all are engaged with parish a...
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!
Let us always remember that charity is the paradise of the community. M. Dones Ruminating these words of Mother Dones, we the sisters were filled with drizzles of joy and bubbling life as the long awaited day unfolded with its charming countenance on May 8th. It was a fabulous day for MSIs as we launch our new presence at Araimiri in Kerema Diocese.
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!
“You will be enriched in every way for your great generosity, which will produce thanksgiving to God through us” (2cor 9; 11). Yes it is true in my life as I was in Fatima community. My experience was something very special and it challenged me to go ahead with deep faith surrendering myself completely to the Lord by loving and accepting the culture of people and place. I enjoyed the beauty ...
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How to help us
If you wish to collaborate with us, you can sustain a project or sponsor a child through distant sponsorship. But in case you wish to help them from nearbyour mission you can join the Onlus “The Friends of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate” or you can join the MSI Lay Associates.