Happy Advent. Sister Maureen’s reflection on this holy season and what it means for us today is available on the webpage under seasonal reflections found on the leadership page. http://www.fmsj.co.uk/leadership/
On the 2nd May 1871, Alice Ingham, a 41-year old Lancashire woman, her stepmother and two friends began community life together. In Franciscan simplicity...
Sisters Anne Moore, Assistant Congregational Leader & Bursar, Joan O'Gorman, Secretary General, Sister Maureen Murphy, Congregational Leader, Teresa Wild...
In today's world it is increasingly difficult to meet nuns or religious sisters in person. And yet there are many thousands of sisters in every part of the world...
Congratulations to Sister Praxedes Lumula who made her final profession and to Sister Virginia Immaculate Maingi who made her first profession in Nairobi, Kenya. May God shower them with blessings as they continue to serve God’s people.
We are an International Franciscan Roman Catholic Missionary Congregation for women.
We live in community and we are currently working in the U.K, Ireland, The Netherlands, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda and the U.S.A.
We evangelise through our witness to the love of Christ for his people in ministries of teaching, nursing, and catechesis, social and pastoral work.