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Now the Work of Christmas Begins

The lights are down and the trees have been dismantled. We’ve packed away the gifts and eaten the last of the leftovers. Thoughts of Christmas are fading for another year.

Climate Action - An open Letter to Minister Richard Bruton

The OLA and SMA Joint Justice Committee has written a letter to Richard Bruton TD, the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment

“There was no room for them in the inn” (Luke 2:7) – The Housing Crisis in Ireland Today

As we approach Christmas, many people are homeless and many more live under the pressure of trying to keep a roof over their heads.

Beatification of the Algerian Martyrs

On Saturday 8 December OLA Ireland hosted an African Artefacts Exhibition at Ardfoyle Convent, Ballintemple to mark the beatification of OLA Sisters Angèle-Marie Littlejohn and Bibiane Leclercq.

Undergoing Female Circumcision – Grace’s Story

Violence against women takes many forms, and undoubtedly, female circumcision is one of them. It’s a complex issue, with ingrained cultural beliefs and overtones.

OLA Sisters to be Beatified in Algeria on 8 December 2018

On 8 December 2018, OLA Sisters Angèle-Marie Littlejohn and Bibiane Leclercq, together with 17 others who were martyred during the Algerian Civil War between 1994 -1996, will be beatified during a cer…

African Artefacts Exhibition - Mission Yesterday and Today

OLA Sisters in Ardfoyle will be hosting an exhibition of African artefacts...

Continued Success in HIV Treatment in Bugisi

World Aids Day is marked on 1 December each year and falls during the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence.

Three Saviours – One Woman’s Story of Being Trafficked

Chibundo was born, and grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. She became a slave at age 11.

Prayers, Fasting and Marching for the Release of Kidnapped SMA Priest

Christian inmates in the prison of Abidjan are concerned about the fate of Fr. Gigi Maccalli.