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The story of where the Sisters of Charity have ministered since they arrived in Australia, inspired by the incredible spirit of the foundress of the Congregation, the Venerable Mary Aikenhead.
International Mass, Sacred Heart Church, Donnybrook 15th August 2015
On 15 August, 2015, Australian Sisters joined with Sisters of Charity from across the globe at the 200-year celebration Mass of the foundation of the Religious Sisters of Charity.
Below is a live capture of a webcast from Donnybrook during the 200 years celebrations.
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Listen to the story of Mother Mary Aikenhead, founder of the Religious Sisters of Charity of Ireland above. The reader is Sr Genevieve Walsh rsc.
Listen to the story of the arrival of the first three Sisters of Charity into Hobart above. The reader is Sr Genevieve Walsh.