Schoenstatt Sisters south Africa

Things to share

“God gives us things to share, God doesn’t give us things to hold”Mother TeresaOur sincere thanks to our kind donors who made the HERITAGE DAY celebration possible for Sandra’s Soup Kitchen children in Khayelitsha.The day was a huge success, the celebration was colourful, vibrant, joyful and loads of fun!Should you wish to experience some of …

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Demonstrating Courage We do not have the coronavirus pandemic under control yet, and many things have changed during this time. Life in public and in the Church has been restricted, hindered, and paralyzed. On the other hand, initiative, creativity, and commitment for others has been awakened. During this time it is important to look for …

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Special moments

Capturing those special moments is an art. Over the last few weeks the “Queen of the Night” has been blossoming outside the Shrine at Villa Maria in Cape Town. The “Queen of the Night” is an extraordinary cactus which can grow up to seven meters. It has the most amazing large flowers shaped like majestic …

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Sr. Marina Funeral

Sr. Marina

She was well known throughout Cape Town The Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary are sad to inform you of the unexpected death of Sr M Marina Lawrence on 28th December 2020 at the age of 84. She died of natural causes. Sr M Marina played a key role in Early Learning  and was well-known as the driving …

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Overview – mission and News! Our response to the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic Helping Hands was initiated as a response to the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on families & the dire need for help with providing food to the destitute. Helping Hands was formed by the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary with …

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Crib Schoenstatt Constantia

Annual Crib Crawl

On the 27th December the Schoenstatt Sisters invited people to come for the annual Crib Crawl. Many of us finish our Christmas celebration on the 25th December. However, it is only the beginning of Christmas! The liturgical season of Christmas begins with the Vigil Mass on Christmas Eve and concludes on the Feast of the …

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