The first two sisters of the Society took their vows in London in 1935, where they worked among the poor, especially women and children. They … Read more
Soon after the inauguration of the Church of South India (CSI) in 1948, a Religious Order for women was organized under the initiative and leadership … Read more
An order for women, founded by the first Bishop of Kurunegala, Rt Revd Lakdasa de Mel.
Under the guidance of the Sisters of the Community of the Epiphany (England), the Community of Nazareth was born and has grown. The Community is … Read more
A community united in love for God and one another following the Benedictine balance of prayer, study and work reflects the life of the monks. … Read more
The Community of the Transfiguration, founded in 1898 by Eva Lee Matthews, is a Religious community of women dedicated to the mystery of the Transfiguration. … Read more