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Annual Letter

Dear Friends,

Greetings in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.

“Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification.” Romans 14:19.

We thank God for His love and care to us throughout this year that we have been able to celebrate 75 years of our Community. We give glory to God. The Celebrations took place on 8th September, 2022 at Masasi. Many People aVended including Members of various Religious Communities from Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and the Roman Catholic Brothers and Sisters from different Communities here at Masasi. It was very moving.
During the Celebration, Three Sisters celebrated Golden Jubilee of 50 Years in the Community and nine Sisters celebrated their Silver Jubilee of 25 years in the Community and two Sisters took their Life Vows.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Bishop of the Diocese of Masasi, Dr. James B. Almasi and the Clergy of his Diocese and all people who contributed a lot to make the Celebration successful. God Bless them all.

We would also like to thank all our friends abroad for their continual support to our Community in health, education, financially and spiritually. To mention a few: the CSP Sisters, U.K, the Board of Trustees of the African Sisters, U.K, the Friends of Masasi and Newala, U.K., Partner Sein, Switzerland, Anglican Aid Abroad, Australia, the Old Catholic Parishes of Augsburg and Munich in Germany and Trustees of Sun-catchers, U.K. and all people inside and outside the country. Your help is highly appreciated. God Bless. Through your help we were able to help the sick, the Widows, the Orphans, and those who are in need of food and other things.

On 19th February 2022 our beloved Sr. Perpetua R.I.P passed away at the age of 69 years and 36 years of Profession at Sayuni House. May her soul rest in peace and rise in glory.


Our Kilimani Day Care Centre is doing well except we need to complete two other classrooms as we thank God we have more children this year and the two classes we have are not enough.

The Pre & Primary School at Newala is doing well except they need some more classes for the Standard five, six and seven children.

The St. Mary’s Pre & Primary School at Njombe is doing well and now they need to build the Secondary School to accommodate the children who wish to continue in the Sisters’ School after completing Standard 7.

The Dispensary at Sayuni is doing well.

Here below are some pictures of the Celebrations of 75 years of our Community:


CMM Sisters

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