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Our sisters came back from their pilgrimage experience in France renewed and share with us the  following:

The simplicity and fraternal love that exist among our sisters despite the fact that most of them are  very old stood out for me. In my prayer, I have come to understand that as a young sister, if I serve God and others faithfully, I will be fulfilled in life and be happy and joyful like our sisters.                                                                                                                Sr Vero Achor DHS

 I have been touched by the fact that most of our sisters in France are tired but not retired. They are still full of life and their being is a service to others as they keep on praying for the whole world. Our sisters are down to earth, happy people who make others happy too.

At their age, they are still interested in learning new things.                                                                                                               Sr Juliana Oliver DHS


During the pilgrimage, my experiences were life giving. I experienced true love among our sisters.

I touched, felt, imagined and drank from the Sources and this encouraged me to continue building the” house of charity” and to keep blooming wherever am planted.

                                                                                                                     Sr Judith Okafor DHS

 “I have really gone to the Source and I wish to continue to drink from it.” I saw and tread the same path that our first sisters and fathers trod and handed over to us. What they laboured for has become a big Congregation of which I am one of her members. I was moved by the uniqueness, love and togetherness of our sisters despite most of them reaching old age.

May God continue to unite us together with His Love.

                                                                                                              Sr. Immaculata Onyong DHS


It was a time of drinking from the sources and this led me to see, feel and touched the beginning of our congregation. I experienced fraternal love, simplicity and gentleness among our elderly sisters. This experiences calls me to keep the fire of love and of service daily burning.                                                                                                           Sr. Adegbe Lauretta DHS


 “We have come to the sources and we wish to drink from it, to share in its strength. We must discover the secret of the trust and vitality that tenaciously, have continued through the years” Sister Madeleine Le Saux.”

This actually is the summary of my experience. I have experienced the creativity of love at our source and I wish to continue to share in this love with my sisters in the service of the poor, children, youths, women and humanity at large as our foundresses and founders did.

                                                                                                                Sr Seun Amulejoye DHS



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