Our Mission

The year was 1924, the speaker was Bishop Joseph Shanahan, addressing a small group of young women who had come together to form a missionary Congregation. They were the members of the Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary and their convent, the Motherhouse of the congregation, was situated in Killeshandra, Co Caven Ireland.

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The Holy Rosary
Sisters Story

Since 1924 Ireland has been home to one of the outstanding missionary endeavors. Young women left Ireland to bring education, health care and, most important of all, the Christian message to the African peoples.

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Since 1924 Ireland has been home to one of the outstanding missionary endeavors. Young women left Ireland to bring education, health care and, most important of all, the Christian message to the African peoples.

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Aifreann na nÉireannach” – Irish Peoples Mass

Bishop Donal Murray, Bishop Emeritus of Limerick and theologian to the Irish bishops is the grandnephew of one of the founding members of the Missionary sisters of the Holy Rosary, Killeshandra, Sr. Peter Shannon…

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