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News from Visitation Province

May 31, Feast of the Visitation in Kingston: Sisters and associates gathered at St. Joseph Church Hall with special guests Sisters Becky McKenna, Visitation Province Leader, and Karen Kelly, Councillor for Visitation Province to renew vows and commitments. This was the first Feast of the Visitation gathering in person since 2019. The hall had been decorated with daisy bud vases on each table, Visitation, and CND information plus roses donated by CND Associate Marlene. Conversation was palpable and smiles overflowing with everyone visiting and enjoying one another’s company.

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News from Visitation Province

JPIC (Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation) Core Committee Meeting (ZOOM) was held Monday, May 30.

Members made plans to interview applicants for the coordinator’s position. Interviews will be held during the first week of June.

35 people registered to take part in discussions on Listening to Indigenous Voices. Invitations to discussion facilitators will be forthcoming and those who accept will meet in early June. All persons who registered have been contacted and invited to gather later in June. We hope by organizing now we will be ready to begin the study in September.

We continue to work towards being designated a Blue Community. A Zoom meeting will be offered to Sisters and Associates in our Province, with Paul Barnes and Sister Agnes Karges, CSJ, sharing information on becoming a Blue Community.

Eleanor McCloskey, CND, for JPIC Core Committee

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News from Maria Province (Japan)

60th Anniversary Mass for the Profession of Vows

On May 2, a Mass of Thanksgiving commemorating the 60th anniversary of the profession of vows by Sister Kimiko Matsushita, Sister Kyoko Terashima, and Sister Yuriko Anzai was held at Hanazono-cho Convent with the new bishop of the Diocese of Sendai, Edgar Gactan, and Father Charles Emme Bolduc officiating. The celebration was held in a friendly atmosphere, thanks in part to the Bishop's cheerful and friendly personality. Congratulations to the new bishop and his family.

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