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Suzanne Aubert understood what it was to have patience with regard to her prayers during the establishment of the Sisters of Compassion. She writes: “The patience of a Sister of Compassion ought never to be wearied or astonished at anything, not even at the providential slowness with which God sometimes answers our prayers. Directory 24, page 331)

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Latest News

  • Sister Margaret Anne meets Pope FrancisJune 17, 2019
    While in Rome recently to attend... read more
  • Formal meeting with Cardinal Beccui heldJune 17, 2019
    The postulator for the Cause of... read more
  • Diocesan Inquiry ConvenedMay 1, 2019
    A formal diocesan inquiry into the... read more
  • How a Diocesan Inquiry is conductedMay 1, 2019
    In 2016 Suzanne Aubert’s heroic virtues... read more
  • Personal Reflection from Sister Margaret Anne Mills – A FAITH-FILLED EXPERIENCEMay 1, 2019
    Listening to the stories shared as... read more
  • Resident Priest moves in to Island BayMay 1, 2019
    Father James Lyons recently retired from... read more
  • Celebration plans for Venerable Suzanne Aubert’s Birthday June 19thMay 1, 2019
    Suzanne Aubert was born on 19th... read more
  • Pilgrimage Hikoi in Suzanne Aubert’s WellingtonMay 1, 2019
    School and parish groups have been... read more
  • Sister Margaret Anne and Postulator visit Rome during MayMay 1, 2019
    Sister Margaret Anne, congregational leader for... read more

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