Oku community, Ghana, and Sisters open new block at the Catholic Clinic

okuclinic 250x25028 NOV, 2019. Last month, the Sisters of St Louis in Ghana and the Oku community officially opened a new block at the Catholic Clinic in Oku. The new block, which will significantly improve the quality and accessibility of health care in the locality, was built together with the local community, and has three rooms - a laboratory, an ultrasound scan room and a pre-delivery maternity ward.

Centre opened for youths in Dawhan, Ethiopia

ethiopia youthcentre 250x25028 NOV, 2019. During the summer, the Sisters of St Louis in Dawhan, Ethiopia, opened a centre for youths, and began teaching computer skills and keyboard music to them. This idea for this initiative arose as a result of the amount of local youths that were risking their lives migrating illegally to Europe, America and Arab countries.

A new school for Savè, Republic of Benin

save 250x25030 OCT, 2019. The Sisters of St Louis are about to embark upon a new ministry in Savé in the Republic of Benin, with the construction of a new school in the educationally-disadvantaged area currently underway, thanks to funding from Misean Cara.

Ninety-five years of Ministry celebrated in Bury St Edmunds

burystedmonds 250x25030 OCT, 2019. During the summer of 2019, a representative group of governors, teachers, parents and students of the former St Louis Middle School gathered to express their appreciation of the contribution of the Sisters of St Louis to the education and life of Bury St Edmunds. The occasion marked the end of an educational era on the site. Six Sisters of St Louis were present at the event.

USA/Brazil Region celebrates 70th Jubilee and more!

70jubilee california 250x25026 SEPT, 2019. The 70th Jubilee of the Foundation of the USA/Brazil Region was celebrated on the weekend of August 23-25, 2019. But it was not the only celebration that took place that weekend!

First Profession of vows for six sisters in Ghana and Nigeria

firstvows 250x25026 SEPT, 2019. Six sisters made their first profession of vows in August in Ghana and Nigeria! Two sisters in Ghana - Joan Dzifa Bosro SSL and Mary Ancilla Akoto SSL - made their first profession of vows on August 10, at St Anthony’s Catholic Church, Ejisu, Kumasi, the first time in the history of that church to host the profession of a female religious congregation. On August 22, four sisters - Angelina Ayegoh Francis SSL, Confidence Ngozi Udeh SSL, Maria Ihotu Agada Pam SSL and Rosemary Yuadoo Ukase SSL – made their first profession of vows at St Louis Catholic Church, Akure.