School Sisters of Notre Dame – Africa

Transforming the World through Education

My Face is Red!

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Yesterday I posted about the early years of School Sisters of Notre Dame in Kenya.  I posted that Sister Mary Martin, one of the original missionaries, was deceased.  Like Mark Twain said, “The reports of my death have been exaggerated!  Sister Mary Martin is very much alive and retired in Chicago!  We are grateful for her years of service to Africa!!


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  1. Sister Dear, thank you very much for this correction. Our eyes were becoming really ‘red’ wondering when Sr. Mary Martin become deceased and why we over here did not mourn her in an African style.

    Sister, we appreciate your wonderful work and your dedication to support our missions in Africa. May the God Lord continue to bless you abundantly.

    ****************************************************************************************************** Sr. Masicha Carolyne, SSND School Sisters of Notre Dame Province of Africa Formation House P. O. Box 2130-40100 KISUMU Tel: +254 720 656 156 Skype: masicha.carolyne ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    “United and content with little, we go out into the whole world, into the tiniest villages, into the poorest dwellings and wherever the Lord calls us to bring poor children the God News of the reign of God” because “LOVE CANNOT WAIT!”* *Mother Theresa of Jesus Gerhardinger – Foundress of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) writings #144 & #1 ********************************************************************************************************

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