The General House of the Congregation of the Daughters of Wisdom has moved to Paris since January 2017. Since then other administrative changes have been made.
Official Appointment of the General Secretary, Sister Ginette Ulysse
Official Appointment of the new General Treasurer, Sister Ruth Dary Palacio Parra
On May 13, 2017, feast of Our Lady of Fatima, the Center for Human Development and Psycho-Social Rehabilitation, “AMARSE” “LOVE ONE ANOTHER - Anna Maria Cuoghi Losi - Mother Emma” was inaugurated. Two Daughters of Wisdom of Peru, Sr. María Asunción Zevallos and Sr. Elvira Muñoz, were invited to the celebration.
DAUGHTERS OF WISDOM - MARIE-LOUISE DELEGATION, PERU
“Who will Roll Away the Stone for Us?” Mk 16: 3
On Easter morning, this Word resounded in the heart of the women, anxious to find Jesus, their Beloved. As soon as the Sabbath was over, eager to express their love by performing the last rites, they bought the spices they needed and ran to anoint the body of the Beloved. But suddenly, on the way, a doubt arose in their hearts, “Who will roll away the stone for us?” READ MORE
The mission of the Intercultural Community of the Daughters of Wisdom in Huntington Station, NY is among Long Island’s immigrant population. In the past three years, the immigrant population on Long Island has doubled. Nearly one in five Long Islanders is now born outside of the United States. The Intercultural Community is in the Parish of St. Hugh of Lincoln where there is an extensive Hispanic community with new immigrants and a multiplicity of unmet needs.READ MORE
Sr. Mariam Pushpa Tirkey, DW
The Congregation of the Daughters of Wisdom, in the Diocese of Ruteng, on the island of Flores, Indonesia, have many reasons to rejoice. Both religious celebrations and concrete works of progress are a source of collective expressions of joy.
Sister Linda Joseph wrote : Wisdom is at the crossroads of the nations! She beckons us… This time, She was waiting for us at Fusagasugá, at the “De La Salle Casa de Encuentros” in the vibrant and dancing heart of Colombia. READ MORE
Sister Cathy Sheehan wrote: After the presentation of the culture of Colombia by the Provincial Council, our guest speaker Maureen Gilbert led us through a process of getting in touch with our own cultures so as to be open to other cultures. Mrs. Gilbert described the inclusion of diversity as Wisdom at work. READ MORE
Sr. Mary Chimalizeni and Sr. Julienne Rasoazananoro wrote: After one week of fruitful conversations on different topics, the group took a day off on Sunday 2nd April, 2017. Our visit to Bogota was an experience of deepening our understanding of interculturality.
If in 1978, in Alma-Ata, USSR, there was talk about health for all, in Haiti today, we can speak of health for very few people.
What is well-being defined? What is its level in Haiti? Can an alternative to its culture be found?
In terms of being better, we mean the optimal state of health of people
Being aware of the call of the Congregation to support the vulnerable, especially women and children, the Delegation of Great Britain and Ireland supports The Gate as one of its priorities. The Gate reaches out to women involved in the sex industry in Southampton, offering women routes out of prostitution, working alongside them, offering them support and empowerment to achieve their potential.