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A Resident of our Cheshire Home in Kariobangi, Kenya,
relates her understanding of Covid-19 
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To watch short video of Sr. Lydia D'Sa and Residents at Cheshire Home
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Meeting of Temporary Professed Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa
held at LaVerna Convent, Kampala, Uganda 
To read about it and view photographs
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  Srs. Cecila Sweeney, Elizabeth Mursphy and Marie O'Brien share their experience
of their involvement in Education in as part of a contribute to stories being gathered by Epic: The Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin.   


Sr Miriam Duggan was recently interviewed by Fr. Conor Donnelly. She is enthusiastically furthering the cause of our Foundress Mother Kevin, Servant of God. Sr Miriam herself has been inspired by her and has followed in the footsteps of Mother Kevin. Listen to her interview below as she shares womething of her interesting life's journey with us.  We are grateful to Fr. Conor for sharing this video.  

Sr. Marie O'Brien pays tribute to our benefactors.  Read here>>> 

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This site will introduce you to the Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa. You will find information about us, our Spirituality and our works. You will also find news of community events and have an opportunity to sample articles from our magazine, Daystar.  You may request the Prayers of our Sisters in our Motherhouse at Mount Oliver, Dundalk and read about ways you can help us as partners in mission. You may read about how a woman may become an FMSA.

Among the materials featured you will find information and accounts of efforts being made to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic and to care for those affected by it through Home-Based Care Programmes, "Education for Life", Youth Alive, Care of Orphans, Life-Skills Training Programmes and Bereavement and Loss Programmes.   You will also find accounts of Prison Ministry, School Chaplaincy, Care of the Elderly, Community Leadership Training, Development Projects, Spirituality Development, Counselling and much more. 

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