The Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa are leaving Zambia after 115 years – but they are leaving their work in good hands. Read this ‘Last Post’ about their ministry in Zambia, and see how God’s work has been done by these women in their international communities and how it continues in the hands of local sisters and lay people, MMB
A farewell Mass was celebrated at Regiment Parish on Sunday, February 12, 2017, to honour the (MSOLA). Two Bishops were present, namely the Auxiliary Bishop of Chipata, Tr. Rev Benjamin S. Phiri and Bishop of Kabwe, Tr. Rev Justin Mulenga together with the Archbishop of Lusaka, Most Rev Thelesphore-George Mpundu. Many Sisters of four Congregations, namely the Sisters of the Child Jesus, the Theresian sisters, the Daughters of the Redeemer and the Bethany Sisters were also present to thank them for the help and formation the MSOLA provided when they were established, like the Theresian Sisters in 1927.
This was the last chapter not written in a book published in 2002 to commemorate 100 years of the MSOLA in Zambia. Altogether, they have been in this country for 115 years. See below presentation of the…
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