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Remaining “on mission” despite returning “home”

Journey of a committed Missionary Sister 

How can you not lose touch when returning to your native country after an absence of 41 years? Can one still be on mission even though she has returned to her native country? Sister Nicole Grégoire, from the Congregation of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa (White Sisters), recalled the key aspects of her journey during her talk. She spoke of the inherent difficulties upon returning to her country and especially about what is nourishing her and keeping her committed even today, while respecting the mission of her Congregation.

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