Maria Rosa
Sr. Maria Rosa 
Growing up in rural Ireland in the 1930s, I was nurtured from childhood by the beauty of its landscape and especially by the give-and-take, the love, laughter and tears environment of a large family. 
Ann Sullivan
Sr. Ann 
I have been a Sister of Charity of St Paul the Apostle for 35 years 
My early days began in a small housing estate outside Manchester. I was born in to a Catholic family. Both of my parents were from Ireland. I feel that I inherited from them, a very deeply rooted faith. Read more 
Red flower
Footsteps in the sand
Love poster
Lamb in fiels
The motto of the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul the Apostle is to go where there is a need.  
The Sisters are involved in education, Parish Work, prison Chaplaincy, Counselling and Care of the sick and elderly. This has taken Sisters to a variety of ministries at home and abroad. For myself in recent years I’ve found that this motto has changed my life. Read More 
Sr. Patricia's Story 
A Limerick lady I attended Ardpatrick National School and St Paul’s School in Kilfinane. I entered the Congregation in September 1967. Even though the journey from the airport struck me as strange with all the red brick houses in a very built up area, there were so many Sisters from Limerick in Selly Park, Birmingham where I was doing my Novitiate, that I felt very much at home. Read More 
Sr. Kathleen's Story 
View from Ardpatrick
Child in hand
Wild Flowers
Boarbank Hall Chapel
Water lily
Sister Tereza Ciuchin Story 
Sr. Teri
I left my village, Sabaoani, Moldova, on the 30th May 1994. I travelled all night by train with my father. We arrived in Campulung on the 31st May in the afternoon. I remember my father saying that if the place wasn’t suitable to go back home with him. During our meal Sr. Agnes came and welcomed us. Read more 



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