True to the theme, the ISRCEP organized by the Indian
region was ‘A Journey into the mind and soul of
India.’ It was a multifaceted search -
an excursion beneath the surface. The enthused
participants explored into the ancient spirituality, culture and
religious traditions of this land. The
highlights of this pilgrimage were the
various presentations that showed how Christianity, Franciscan
tradition and our congregational
presence got rooted in this land.
I have only deep appreciation for the participants who
came to India.
very open, adjustable and
receptive. A sense of
‘we feeling’ pervaded our group right from
the commencement of the
the barriers of languages,
cultures we interacted with one another as true sisters.
participants came as strangers to this land and we parted as true
sisters and friends.
We recognized that beyond all our cultural, linguistic
personal belief there is an underlying unity and sisterhood that
bind us. I feel proud to belong to such an
international family! True to my ancestral
(Hindu) belief, if I have a second birth I would certainly opt to
be a HOSPITAL SISTER… (by Sr.