Section 1: Recognised celibate vowed communities

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Benedictine Community of the Holy Cross (CHC)

The Community of the Holy Cross was founded in 1857 by Elizabeth Neale, (sister of John Mason Neale, the hymnographer), at the invitation of Father … Read more Benedictine Community of the Holy Cross (CHC)

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Benedictine Sisters of Bethany

The Benedictine Sisters of Bethany were founded by Sister Jane Mankaa in June 2002. The sisters operate the Good Shepherd Home, an orphanage that is … Read more Benedictine Sisters of Bethany

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Brotherhood of the Ascended Christ (BAC)

Today, the Brotherhood has one bishop (retired) and four presbyters who belong to the Church of North India. Since the earliest days, the Brotherhood has … Read more Brotherhood of the Ascended Christ (BAC)

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Chita Che Zita Rinoyera (Holy Name Community) (CZR)

Our Community was started by Father Baker of the CR Fathers at Penhalonga, with Mother Isabella as the founder. The CZR Sisters were helped by CR Sisters, and … Read more Chita Che Zita Rinoyera (Holy Name Community) (CZR)

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Christa Sevika Sangha (Handmaids of Christ) (CSS)

The Community was founded in 1970 and was under the care of the Sisterhood of the Epiphany until 1986, when its own Constitution was passed … Read more Christa Sevika Sangha (Handmaids of Christ) (CSS)

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Community of All Hallows (CAH)

The period 2017/18 marked the culmination of many years of wondering and reflecting on the future pattern of CAH as we pondered how we were … Read more Community of All Hallows (CAH)

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Community of Jesus’ Compassion (CJC)

Founded in the Diocese of Natal by a sister from the Community of the Holy Name in Zululand, CJC have been based in Newcastle and … Read more Community of Jesus’ Compassion (CJC)

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Community of Nazareth (CN)

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 Community of Nazareth (CN)

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Community of St Andrew (CSA)

In the mid-19th century Elizabeth Ferard felt called to restore the diaconate of women. She was authorized by the Bishop of London, A. C. Tait, … Read more Community of St Andrew (CSA)

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Community of St Clare (OSC)

We follow a contemplative tradition that is eight hundred years old with a fresh and informal spirit. In the pattern of St Clare, hierarchy is … Read more Community of St Clare (OSC)

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Community of St Francis (CSF)

The Community of Saint Francis has two Provinces. Each has their own entry in the Yearbook. European Province (Korea & UK) American Province (USA) The … Read more Community of St Francis (CSF)

Community of St Francis (CSF), European Province

As Franciscan sisters, an autonomous part of the Society of St. Francis, our primary vocation is to live the gospel. The context is our life … Read more Community of St Francis (CSF), European Province

Community of St John Baptist (CSJB)

Founded by Harriet Monsell and Thomas Thelluson Carter to help women rejected by the rest of society, we are now a Community of women who … Read more Community of St John Baptist (CSJB)

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Community of St John the Evangelist (CSJE)

Founded in Dublin in 1912, CSJE was an attempt to establish Religious Life in the Church of Ireland, although it did not receive official recognition. … Read more Community of St John the Evangelist (CSJE)

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