The sisters of the Region of St. Clare came together to congratulate Sr. Marwiga on her eight decades of life.
While the second wave of the corona virus in South Africa has lost strength, Holy Childhood School continues to open its doors for all learners, making sure to observe all Covid 19 protocols stringently.
Again this year the two temporary professed Sisters of the Holy Childhood of Jesus renewed their “Yes”. Sr. Maria and Sr. Yolanda commited to God to live their lives in celibate Chastity, Poverty and Obedience.
The female inmates of Eshowe prison are grateful to have a Holy Childhood Sister helping them in their difficult situation. Over the last year, Sr. Teressa has been guiding the inmates to experience the presence of God in their lives.
Amid the dry period of new vocations in religious congregations, the Servants of the Holy Childhood of Jesus have been blessed with new life in their community.
The board of St. Joseph CYCC as well as friends and stakeholders came together for the Annual General Meeting (AGM). It was a vibrant event at the end of a challenging year 2020.
The temporary professed sisters embarked on an adventure at PheZulu Safari park.
In November 2019, we started a crowdfunding and fundraising campaign to get a solar system for our children’s home St. Joseph CYCC in Mbongolwane. Ten months later, we have reached our goals – and the new system is ready to go.
South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the closure of all public schools due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, Holy Childhood School will remain open, as it is a member of the Independent Schools Association of South Africa (ISASA).
Sr. Mary Fortunata recently made her first profession as a Holy Childhood Sister. On her free will she vowed Poverty, Obedience and Celibate chastity to the Almighty God.