Life stories from Boxtel
This is the second part of the Life stories of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa (White Sisters) from Boxtel (The Neatherlands). For the new KRO-NCRV programme Anita in the Mission.Anita Witzier is fascinated by the adventurous lives these women led: standing up for the very weakest under the most difficult circumstances.They were young women when they make the journey to Africa full of ideals. Driven by faith, determined to make the world a better place. They build schools and run hospitals…
Final commitment of Sr Marcelline Nemeyitora
“There is no greater love than to give your life for those you love”
These words of the gospel in Jn 15:13 inspired our sister Marcelline Nemeyitora to make her perpetual vows. She pronounced her total and radical YES to Jesus in order to give her life like Him, for the mission to announce the Good News of his love for everyone, in our congregation, the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa.
Final Commitment of Sr. Bernadette Djekoye
“Fear nothing, for I have redeemed you, I have called you by your name: you are mine, if you cross the waters, I will be with you …” Isaiah 43: 1b -2 a.
Sowing with the Lord – testimony of an associate member
Càrol Garcia Murillo, Spanish, entered the Congregation in 2001. She had to interrupt her formation because of a serious lung disease. In spirit, Càrol never ceased to be part of our religious missionary family and in February 2012 she pronounced her missionary commitment as an associate member of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa.
Final Commitment of Sr. Georgette Ouedraogo
On April 27, 2019, Sister Georgette Ouedraogo from Burkina Faso made her final commitment in the Congregation of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa and was appointed to Lilongwe, Malawi.
Being a missionary: to be sent, to be “all to all people
Sister Anafrida Biro, a missionary, a Chemistry and Biology teacher, wishing to become a dreamer, above all, a learner at a daily and free school of Jesus, as she says. She shares with us her missionary experience.
Juniorate 2018 – preparation for final commitment
“Remain in me… and you will bear much fruit.” (Jn 15:5)
It is with hearts full of gratitude that we come to share what we have experienced since the beginning of our Juniorate. As you know, we arrived from our various mission countries of Burundi, Malawi, Uganda and Chad. We thank the General Council for offering us this grace-filled opportunity and the two sisters who accompanied us during this time.
A generous response to God’s initiative
“I called you by your name: you are mine” Isaiah 43:1
This is the Bible text that Marie Ange Ndayishimiye chose as the center and spirit of her perpetual vows.
Perpetual vows of Sister Marie Ange Ndayishimiye
Sr. Marie Ange Ndayishimiye made her perpetual profession on 15th April 2018 in Burundi, her native country,
in Christ the King Cathedral, Gitega Archdiocese.