“A message got through WhatsApp on July 12: ‘People are in a pathetic situation with absolutely nothing to eat.'”
“It came from Sr. Deena Vazhaparampil, a trained nurse who ministers among the troubled and agitated people of the Darjeeling hills, and made me realize the gravity of the situation in Sangsay, Darjeeling, in West Bengal, India. Since then, being the communication coordinator for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in our province, I have been in touch with my sisters whenever possible to communicate about this struggle that had begun a month earlier.”
Read the full article by Sister Malini Manjoly in Global Sisters Report.
— Sisters of Charity (@scnfamily) August 16, 2017