16 Jun, 2016
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Camporredondo (Peru), 04/28/2016, From the Supplement Camporredondo of Los Andes.- In response to the request made in 2013 by Bishop Emiliano Antonio Cisneros Martinez, Augustinian Recollect, Bishop of the Diocese of Chachapoyas, in the department of Amazonas, Peru, and after several missionary experiences in which participated some lay people, and much discernment, on April 27 in a Eucharist celebrated at the provincial house in Lima and presided over by Fr. Juan José Salaverry, provincial prior of the Dominicans,  it took place the official sending  of the Sisters. Rocío del Pilar Cuéllar Dávalos, Ana Inés Márquez Paneso, Nora del Socorro Zuleta Posada and María Natalia Huamán Vicente, who departed from Lima to Camporredondo on April 28, with happiness and generosity of missionary launches and risks bringing the Good News.

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14 Jun, 2016
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France, 01/05/2016, Sr. Amanda Mancipe.- The so called Düsseldorf meetings were born of the desire of the young sisters of the Dominican Congregations in Europe. Sr. Cielo Esperanza Patiño from the Community of Il Rosario (Roma) and I (France) participated in this meeting (01/02-04/2016) at the invitation of Sr. Veronique Margron, provincial superior. We were a group of 22 Sisters from the different countries and Dominican Congregations in Europe and Sr. Else-Britt, the continental coordinator. Sr. Else presented us the history and statistics of the Apostolic Dominican Sisters in Europe.

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08 Jun, 2016
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El Callao (Peru), 06/04/2016, Sr. Luz Maribel Burgos Ugaz.- Sr. Maribel, coordinator of the Sanitary Prevention and control center for Tuberculosis of St. Joseph’s Hospital in El Callao, works with a multidisciplinary team integrated by a neurologist, a nurse, a psychiatrist, a social worker, a dietitian, a pharmacist and several technical nursing personnel. I am convinced that to preserve the health of those persons affected by TBC is a must. They have to be treated in a humanitary way. To learn from their experiences is for me a great richness, because these vulnerable persons often suffer also from social exclusion.

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