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The Sisters of St Joseph of Cluny are celebrating 150 years of their presence in Ireland.In 1850 Anne Marie was invited to Ireland "to teach the poor and the well-to-do" She agreed with all her heart "if we could do some good there".
The Sisters finally came to Ireland in 1864 Cluny schools following in the footsteps of Christ and Anne Marie continue to foster respect for the other, coupled with high standards and a sense of responsibility for those less well off in any part of our world.
Cluny Canada: We see the charism flourishing in our Associates who gathered in Hamilton in October. We celebrate it as we mark the first 75th jubilee in our Province and add two more 60th anniversaries and are grateful for the faithful living of it by Kay Walsh, our affiliate. We hope that this issue will give you all a little more insight into what it means to live the Cluny Charism!
Sister Regina Brunelle
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The Cluny Sisters in Haiti
felt the devastation caused by
the recent earthquake, according
to a report from the Cluny
Sisters living in Middletown...
Congratulations to Sister Rowena Galvin on her second election as Provincialate ...
We are writing to you because "youth is the time, dear young people, when you are asking what you should do with your life, how you can help the world to be a little better, how promote justice and peace."
"Hope dwells in you because you belong to the future just as the future belongs to you."
(John Paul II, Apostolic
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