Human Rights Day, recognized on December 10, aims to bring to the world’s attention the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations. Many of our Sisters and Associates are involved in ministries to help groups of vulnerable persons who are marginalized. We work to ensure they are treated equally. Sister Pauline Sadiq, shown here, is one of our Sisters in mission among the “bonded workers” in the brick kilns in Pakistan.
Medical Mission Sisters announce the release of a new book on our Founder, Anna Dengel, entitled “If You Love.” Researched and written by our own Sister Miriam Therese Winter, the book weaves little known facts into a beautiful story about Mother Dengel’s early life in the Austrian Tyrol and her work as the only doctor at a hospital in North India in the early 1920s that led her to found our Community in 1925.