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Mission Stories

Photo: Our Sister candidates in North India perform a dance to welcome people impacted by HIV/AIDS. Sister Rowena Miranda commented that their clients are mostly women and children as the men die early with the disease.

Hello Autumn!
Hello Autumn!

Photo courtesy of Sister Elona Stanchak

Indigenous Peoples' Day
Indigenous Peoples' Day

Opening in Kulmasa

Caring for Earth
Caring for Earth

Associate Selena Wilson recently led an art project with the women at the Thea Bowman Women’s Center in Kensington, Philadelphia. 

Please continue to keep India in your prayers, as well as the Kurji Holy Family Hospital in Patna, North India in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Enjoy this presentation of some of the extraordinary history of Medical Mission Sisters.  This presentation details the inception of MMS in 1925 and shares brief stories and photos of our Sisters and Associates who are living at the Philadelphia Protestant Home. Link to video is below.

Sister Betty Nabuguzi from West Africa has releases a brand new album.

Savarikadu villagers give thanks to MMS, standing on the left in the photo. 

Sister Jane Coyle was one of the first non-priests to be appointed to administer an urban parish in the United States!

Sister Betty Nagubuzi
Sister Betty Nagubuzi

Sister Betty Nagubuzi launched her new music album titled We Were Created to Love, January 31 in Techiman, Ghana.

Every year Sister Miriam Therese Winter and Associates Kristyn and Ed Manemeit collect and distribute thousands of toys, games, and other prizes to the children in the Hartford, CT area.