To celebrate the Feast of Madeleine Sophie, Ikiko Horiguchi rscj and Machino Okizaki rscj have created these photos, paintings and calligraphy.
To celebrate Madeleine Sophie, the Province of Brazil has shared an excerpt from the book: One Life, One Dream, One Mission - St. Madeleine Sophie Barat (Uma VIDA, um SONHO, uma MISSÃO), by Sister Elizabeth Amarante, rscj.
The Province of Venezuela presents this video with Dr. Yulitza Bermúdez, rscj, a specialist in Emergency Medicine at the Central Hospital of Cumaná, in Venezuela. It features photos of community life at the Society in Venezuela.
Throughout her life, she was often asked: Sophie, who brought you into the world? Her answer was unique, in the way that every life, every story is unique: Fire.
"Try to make the girls feel accepted and loved: be firm without being harsh and be good without being weak", says one of Sophie’s "maxims", one that Ana Ramírez Ugarte rscj has aimed to live by, more or less successfully.
The Sofía Barat Library in Barcelona is an open, welcoming space where people can cultivate knowledge and exchange ideas.
Inmaculada Clavel presents her drawing of Sophie Barat and explains its meaning.
Marie-Thérèse Théry, rscj of BFN has written this prayer for Madeleine Sophie
We are going to celebrate Saint Madeleine Sophie on Tuesday, May 25, in the Bosangani/Sacré-Coeur school complex in Kinshasa Gombe, with a Eucharistic celebration for all of our students and collaborators.
RDC-Tchad shares a song dedicated to Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat, which they usually sing on May 25 at Mass to give thanks. It was composed by Sister Elisabeth Masala rscj in 1991.