Sister Maureen Murphy has sent us a Lenten letter which you will find under seasonal reflections. May you have a blessed and holy Lent.
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...
Sister Maureen Murphy is our current Congregational Leader. She is assisted by Sister Anne Moore, assistant Congregational Leader and bursar, Sister Margaret...
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...
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of SISTER KILLIAN AMOND who died at Franciscan Convent, Burnley on Saturday 9th December 2017 Ellen Amond was born on 18th September 1937 in Carlow, Ireland and baptised the same day. She is survived by her Sister, Maureen and her brother Oliver. She entered the novitiate on 6th January 1955 and made her First Profession on 29th June 1956 receiving the name Sister Killian. Between 1956 and 1961 when she […]
Happy Advent. Sister Maureen has written a letter for Advent which can be seen in Seasonal Reflections. May you have a Blessed Advent season as we prepare for the coming of Christ at Christmas.
Congratulations to Sister Margaret Nyabongoye, FMSJ who is celebrating her Silver Jubilee today in her home parish in Kenya. We are thankful for her 25 years of service to the people of Kenya, our novices and the people of Uganda. May God bestow many blessings on her today and in the future!
Congratulations to Sister Christabel Shitsukane who is making her final profession today in Nairobi, Kenya. May God continue to bless her in her ministry to God’s people. Congratulations also to Sisters Emily Kemunto Arasa and Beverlyne Liamo Bwire who are making their first profession today in Nairobi. May God continue to guide them as they begin their service to the poor as professed sisters.
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.
As a Congregation we are committed to promoting a culture of Safeguarding in all of our ministries and are aligned to the Salford Diocesan Safeguarding Commission. We advocate for justice and peace issues wherever we are throughout the world.