DOLBOH - the Clown
‘As a Sister of Compassion I enjoy the opportunity to encounter and engage with people in a variety of ways. On discovering the clown within I found that there was another medium to reach out with…"
Our philosophy is to share lovingly with others, God’s gifts to us, for as long as He gives us the strength and grace to do so.
Community Links, Environmentalist
I was often called to support parents with new born disabled babies. Because of our philosophy which calls us to respond to ‘Need, not Creed’, I was available to all. Out of this grew my concern for the needs of parents of still-born babies.
Our motto is Love in Sacrifice, as on our Crest. We live in Community striving to make visible the presence of Christ.
In late 2003 the Sisters of Compassion were approached by the Coordinator of the Wellington People's Centre, to become a guarantor in the purchase of a building to house the People's Centre.
Sister Cabrini Tu'ipulotu
Since starting at the Soup Kitchen last year, I have been asking myself, "how can I help, what can I do?".
Sister Emi Frances Oh
Emi and three other people are involved in the training of community leaders, developing their access to knowledge and resources to allow them to play a central role in the development of their local communities.
Sister Veronica Paul
Sister Veronica Paul has been assistant hospital Chaplain, Colonial War Memorial Hospital, Suva, Fiji since 1994.
Bishop Patelisio Finau invited the Sisters of Compassion to Tonga in October 1984, so as to bring the spirit of Compassion to the Western District of Tongatapu in the Parish Apostolate.
The Sisters came to Wairoa, in the Hawkes Bay region, in February 1997, and were invited to walk with the people of that area.