Religious

Episcopal Vicar for Religious: Fr Job Kaleekaparampil MSFS, 114 Halt Road Elsie’s River / PO Box 99 Elsie’s River 7480.
Tel/Fax: 021 933 6428. Email: msfsjob@yahoo.co.in

Apostles of Jesus (AJ)

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Capuchins (OFM Cap)

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI (1182-1226)

… was a man who had a vision, a call to serve the Lord and others. Francis was captivated by the simplicity of the Gospel life of Jesus. He was particularly moved and touched by the example of Jesus, the poor and simple man of Nazareth.

Francis’ poverty, joy, and simplicity of life attracted others. In time the numbers grew to such an extent that Francis was soon surrounded by others who shared his vision after the example of Christ in the Gospels. The Franciscan vision and life led to the founding of the Capuchin Order in the 1500s. The ‘Caps’ as we are often popularly called, number about 13,000 friars in a world-wide family of life and service to the Church.

Our ministry and work in the Church is diverse and varied: parishes, teaching, chaplaincies, preaching, missions, youth work, retreats, justice and peace work, counselling, social work and the like. Our uniqueness comes not from what we do, but from how we do it. We follow the joyful example of the poor and simple Christ, common ordinary men who are brothers to all, and especially to the poor and lowly for whom the Lord has a special love.

ORDER OF FRIARS MINOR, CAPUCHIN

MEN OF DEEP PRAYER … TRUE BROTHERS TO EACH OTHER … CLOSE TO PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY THE POOR … SERVING IN SIMPLICITY WITH JOY AND IN HUMILITY … LIVING A LIFE OF POVERTY AND PENANCE … HERALDS OF THE GOOD NEWS BRINGING PEACE, RECONCILIATION AND JUSTICE … BEING A SIGN OF HOPE BY BEING REAL AND HUMAN PERSONS

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  • St Mary of the Angels’ Catholic Church, 86 Lawrence Road Athlone 7764.
    Tel: 021 696 6713. Fax: 021 696 4834.
    Frs Albert Gonsalves (albertcapuchin@gmail.com), Rufino Ferris
  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Wicht Street Goodwood 7500 / PO Box 1081 Parow 7499.
    Tel: 021 591 1911. Fax: 021 592 1337. Email: immaculate@telkomsa.net
    Fr Sonny Gadai (sonnygady@yahoo.co.in), Fr Sean Cahill (scahill@mighty.co.za)
  • St Theresa’s Church, 31 Fourth Street Welcome Estate 7764. Tel: 021 637 4637.
    Frs Donal Sweeney (072 939 8698, dsweeney@live.co.za), Anstey Kay (083 974 1941, ansteyk@gmail.com), Didacus McGrath (Nazareth House).
  • Capuchin Vice Provincial House, 32 Fourth Street Welcome Estate 7764. PO Box 118 Howard Place 7450.
    Tel: 021 637 0026. Fax: 086 685 5437. Email: capadmin@gmail.com Website: www.capuchinfranciscan.co.za
    Fr Odilo Mroso (Vice Provincial)

Carmelite Sisters (OCD)

CARMEL – CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER AND LIFE

A Life of Prayer – Seen as Friendship with God

A Service of Love: hidden with Christ in God
to pray and suffer with the Church and for the Church,
and for all mankind.

Our Rule tells us to pray without ceasing –

Mental prayer, in my opinion,
is nothing else but falling in love with Christ,
frequently conversing in secret with him who we know loves us.
This will always be the aim of our nuns –
to be alone with God alone,
not striving after anything but to please him,
that their prayers may avail for his glory and the good of his Church.

– here all my hopes converge!

St Teresa of Avila

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  • Carmelite Convent, 68 Retreat Road Retreat 7945 / PO Box 121 Retreat 7965.
    Tel: 021 713 6744. Email: carmelitenunsretreat@gmail.com
    Srs Mary Joan Gaitan (Prioress). Tel: 079 788 4536. Marie Therese Tibudan, Elizabeth Sandig, Mary Niekus, Carol Steemson, Mary Grace Quino, Catherine O’Connell, Mary Lawrence Segovia.

Carmelite Fathers (OCD)

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Christian Brothers (CFC)

A Life’s Devotion to Catholic Education

Prayer life … street children … spiritual ministry … ministry of the sick … religious formation … post-matric education … retreat centre involvement … teaching … brotherhood … teacher training … community living … student counselling … school administration … volunteer worker service

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Claretian Fathers (CMF)

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Dominican Sisters (OP)

As Dominican women our mission is to study, share, proclaim and witness to the Liberating Word of God, to restore right relationships between God, People and Earth where these are broken due to ignorance and distortion of the TRUTH.

Our Ministries include: Pastoral Care (parish work, social work, hospital chaplaincy, home visiting); Education (schools, special education for deaf children, adult education); and Spirituality (house of prayer, spiritual direction, counselling).

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  • Dominican Region House: Springfield Campus, 15 St John’s Street Wynberg 7800. Tel: Convent: 021 797 8570; Region Prioress: 021 761 0971; Region Bursar: 021 761 1377. Fax: 021 761 2051. Email: cabdoms@mweb.co.za
    Srs Francis Krige (Region Prioress), Rosemary Commins (Region Bursar), Paul Cloete, Siobhan Murphy, Caroline Geoghegan.
  • Rosary House: 15A St John’s Street, Wynberg, 7800 / PO Box 338, Plumstead 7801.
    Tel: Convent: 021 761 5422; Prioress: 021 761 2476. Email: rosaryhousesa@gmail.com
    Srs Jacinta Teixeira (Prioress), Kathleen Keary (Sub-Prioress), Dominica Tobin, Gilbert Dowd, Athanasius Melican, Justina Nutley, Paulinus Conroy, Kathleen Boner, Martine Pillay, Francis Cosgrove, Caitriona Owens, Marilyn Marriner, Vincent Sadanha, Mary Hunt.
  • St Dominic’s Convent: 4 Clare Road, Wynberg 7800 / PO Box 19018 Wynberg 7824.
    Tel: 021 761 6541. Email: dominicans@cybersmart.co.za
    Srs Aideen McIntyre, Maria Mackey, Kathy Gaylor (kmgaylor@mweb.co.za)
  • Convent of St Thomas: Valley Road, Hout Bay 7800 / PO Box 2986 Cape Town 8000.
    Tel: 021 790 2414. Email: mmdonoghue@telkomsa.net
    Srs Macrina Donoghue, Cynthia Thompson

Holy Cross Sisters (HC)

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  • Cnr Delarey Street and Robert Sobukwe Road Parow 7500 / PO Box 1405 Parow 7499.
    Provincial Leader: Sr Mary Quimpo. Tel: 021 934 6348, 063 627 0362. Fax: 021 934 6749.
    Email: holcross@iafrica.com / quimpo1@gmail.com. Community: Tel: 021 934 6006. Fax: 021 934 0277. Email: holcross@iafrica.com
    Srs Gerardine Barry, Mary Magdalen Knight, Pascaline August, Cora Maria Kritzinger, Margaret Jacobs, Clarina Gella, Rosemary Watson, Gertrude Oakes, Mary Gabriel Solomons, Ancilla Nair, Benita Abrahams, Ursula Cloete, Elizabeth Wolstenholme
  • Bloemhof Street Bellville 7530 / PO Box 1016 Bellville 7535. Tel: 021 919 3721. Fax: 021 919 5760
    Srs Aine Hughes, Kizita Makanda, Mary Lucy Rampai
  • Keizergracht Road Cape Town 7925 / PO Box 1014 Woodstock 7915. Tel: 021 465 1855.
    Srs Alma Kohler, Aletta Spogter
  • Old Langa Road Langa 7764 / PO Box 864 Howard Place 7405. Tel: 021 694 9812.
    Srs Alfreda Reil, Maria Plach
  • 4 Sunflower Road Lentegeur / PO Box 19564 Lentegeur 7786. Tel: 021 374 3486.
    Srs Cecilia Forbes, Marion Hendricks
  • 165 Coronation Road Maitland 7405 / PO Box 134 Maitland 7404. Tel: 021 511 7216. Fax: 021 511 9365.
    Srs Gisella Willenbrink, Bernadette Duffy, Flora Magavire, Juliana Nandjaa (student)
  • Child and Youth Care Centre: Cnr Robert Sobukwe & De La Rey Roads / PO Box 1493 Parow 7499.
    Tel: 021 934 6435. Fax: 021 934 1389. Email: holycross@mweb.co.za
    Srs Cheryl Anne Ziervogel, Bernice Nero
  • 20 Linnert Street Rugby 7405. Tel: 021 511 3805
    Srs Frances Cooper (Superior), Agatha Byrne, Eileen Kenny
  • 1 Aalwyn Street Vredenburg / PO Box 165 Vredenburg 7380. Tel: 022 713 3455.
    Email: holycrossvredenburg@telkomsa.net
    Srs Loretta Oliphant, Martha Tiger, Rita Jordaan, Melvina Abrahams

Jesuits (SJ)

In 1550 a group of men, under the leadership of Ignatius of Loyola, explained their aims to Pope Julius III. “Whoever desires to serve as a soldier of Christ beneath the banner of the cross in our Society, which we desire to be designated by the name of Jesus, and serve the Lord alone, and the Church, should after a solemn vow of chastity, poverty and obedience keep what follows in mind. He is a member of a Society founded chiefly for this purpose: to strive especially for the defence and propagation of the faith and for progress of souls in Christian life and doctrine, by means of public preaching, lectures and other ministration whatsoever of the word of God.”

In South Africa we have decided to do this by:

† serving the Church in training priests by working in seminaries
† working with the young as university and school chaplains
† working in parishes and prisons
† helping the Archdiocese of Cape Town face Aids
† giving retreats and helping people to pray
† setting up and working with Christian Life Communities.

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  • 3 Christow Road Rosebank 7700. Tel: 021 685 3465. Fax: 021 689 9475.
    Frs Matsepane Morare (Community Superior), John Enslin (enslin@gmail.com), Jean-Claude Havyarimana, Br Ngoni Edward.
  • St Mary’s Catholic Church, PO Box 32050 Ottery 7808. Tel: 021 385 0128. Email: stmarysnyanga@gmail.com
    Fr Rampe Hlobo (Nyanga Parish)
  • St Francis Xavier Orientation Year Seminary, 8 Barmania Rd Crawford 7764 / PO Box 46876 Glosderry 7702.
    Tel: 021 697 1420. Email: sfx.seminary@gmail.com
    Frs Thomas Plastow, Christopher Chatteris

Little Company of Anawim

SYMBOL: Unity Cross

AIM: Mary’s unity with Jesus is our contemplative model as we dedicate ourselves, offering adoration, intimate prayer and intercession for the mission of the Church. The quiet trusting in God that ruled Mary’s life, one with the poor and open to the needs of others is the ideal that we try to live. This is carried out in the ordinary experiences of everyday life.

TRAINING: Four years; annual vows taken for three years before final commitment.
Obedience: The approved rule is lived directly under the jurisdiction of the Most Rev Stephen Brislin, Archbishop of Cape Town.
Chastity: Single or widowed women are eligible to make the vow of chastity.
Poverty: Members work to support themselves and can choose where to live. Temporal goods are administered according to Gospel values.

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  • 9 The Sands, 84 Janssens Avenue Table View 7441. Tel: 021 556 6086. Email: silverstreams@telkomsa.net
    Srs Cecilia Bailey, Rose Turner, Daphne Firth, Scholastica Misomali, Loretta Apostoli, Judith Turner, Joanne Swartz

Little Sisters of Jesus (LSJ)

In an ordinary life:
Jesus was sent by the Father to proclaim the Good News to the world, and He chose to do it by becoming poor.
He made ordinary life the meeting place with the Father.
The Little Sisters have a specific mission in the Church, to give witness by their lives to this deep meaning of Bethlehem and Nazareth. (Constitution of the Little Sisters)

In small households (3-4 Little Sisters):
At the heart of this world loved by God – sharing the lifestyle, housing and working conditions of their neighbours – each Little Sister is called to be a sign of God’s free love and tenderness for every human being.

Where life is prayer and solidarity:
“Loving God and loving people is all my life, I hope.” (Brother Charles of Jesus)
“Make yourself all things to all people. Penetrate deeply among people by sharing their life, by friendship and by love, wanting to be among them like the leaven which gets lost in the dough.” (Little Sister Magdeleine of Jesus)

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  • 261 Manenberg Avenue Manenberg 7764. Tel: 021 691 8351. Email: littlesisters@telkomsa.net
    Little Srs Monique Fernande, Vimala, Esther

Loreto Sisters (IBVM)

– to make new
– to nurture
– to empower

“…Women, also would and can provide something more than ordinary in the face of the common need.” Mary Ward

Contemporary as these words may sound they are the words of Mary Ward, foundress of the Loreto Sisters, spoken almost four hundred years ago to her companions, calling them all to a vision of women sharing actively in the Church’s ministry.

Religious Life envisaged by Mary Ward demands an interior attitude of Freedom, Justice and Truth for those who journey in it.

These three stances carry a contemporary challenge:

– to be free enough to respond to God present and acting in our world,
– to persist in justice-making, especially among the powerless who reveal God’s presence,
– to be who we say we are, disciples of Jesus. These qualities of heart, give witness to the Gospel and give credibility to religious life.

Mary Ward’s companions in the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loreto) serve in many ministries throughout the world.

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  • Loreto Sisters, 39 Van der Merwe Street Strand 7140 / PO Box 1277 Strand 7139. Tel: 021 853 6225.
    Srs Marie Brady (mbrady@mweb.co.za), Rosaleen O’Kane, Monica Shanley
  • 12 Swannack Gardens, 121 Lourensford Road, Somerset West 7130.
    Tel: 021 852 2115, 082 660 3390. Email: jacintab@telkomsa.net
    Sr Jacinta Bannon

Mariannhill Missionaries (CMM)

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  • 118 Station Road Observatory 7925. Tel: 021 447 0063 or 076 214 5002.
    Fr Francis Ngadi

Marist Brothers (FMS)

Have you ever dreamt of living in a way that helps others to live more fully, as Jesus did?

Following Jesus, as Mary did. Making Jesus known and loved as a Brother, living the brotherhood of Jesus, especially with young people, loving them with a selfless love, as a son of St Marcellin Champagnat.

By helping people and being a sign of God’s loving care
Bringing love and learning to young people as teachers in schools.
By helping to build the local Church into a community serving humanity.
By linking evangelisation and development.

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  • Marist Brothers, Belmont Road Rondebosch. PO Box 775 Rondebosch 7701. Tel/Fax: 021 689 5368.
    Email: joseph.walton@marist.org.za
    Brs Geronimo Raimundo, Rufino Macimacuele, Joseph Walton

Missionaries of Charity (MC)

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  • E504 Silumko Street Khayelitsha 7784 / PO Box 401 Khayelitsha 7783. Tel: 021 361 3365.
    Srs M Cyrila, M Arlet, M Mercy, M Bafila, M Mercita, M Concessa, M Betania Marie, M Rocio

Missionaries of St Charles - Scalabrinians (CS)

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Missionaries of St Francis de Sales (MSFS)

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  • Our Lady Queen of Peace, 162 Fourth Avenue Grassy Park 7941 / PO Box 31282 Grassy Park 7888.
    Tel: 021 706 1570 (office). Tel: 021 706 5751 (presb). Fax: 086 775 9453
    Frs Baiju Mundackal
  • St Clare’s, 114 Halt Road Elsie’s River / PO Box 99 Elsie’s River 7480. Tel/Fax: 021 933 6428.
    Fr Job Kaleekaparampil (msfsjob@yahoo.co.in)
  • St Anne’s, 17 Grens Road Steenberg 7945. Tel: 021 701 3651 / 021 701 2345. Fax: 021 701 7310.
    Email: stannesparish@telkomsa.net
    Fr Philip Mangatt
  • Fransalian House, 26 Silveroak Avenue Thornton 7460 / PO Box 323 Eppindust 7475.
    Tel: 021 534 1893.
    Fr Babychan Arackathara (babychanmsfs@yahoo.co.uk).
  • Holy Trinity, St Dominic Street Matroosfontein 7490 / PO Box 53 Matroosfontein 7489.
    Tel: 021 931 0269. Fax: 086 617 2722. Email: htmatroos@telkomsa.net
    Fr Lukose Perumannikala

Missionaries of Compassion (MOC)

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  • 4 Price Drive Constantia 7806 / PO Box 161 Constantia 7848. Tel: 021 794 5185. Fax: 021 794 5192.
    Cell: 082 680 6482. Email: materecl@constantiacatholic.co.za
    Fr Shenoy Thomas

Nazareth Sisters (PSN)

The Sisters of Nazareth are called to “Love one another as I have loved you.” Our lives are lived in prayer and in community, as disciples following Jesus Christ. From this follows our ministry to the frail aged, the handicapped, the sick, the dying and those affected by Aids.

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  • Nazareth House, 1 Derry Street Vredehoek / PO Box 12116 Mill Street 8010. Tel: 021 461 1635. Fax: 021 465 6414.
    Tel Superior: 021 461 3550. Email: info@nazhouse.co.za Website: www.nazhouse.org.za
    Srs Gladys Kubai (Superior), Iltyd McCarthy, Winifred Kingstone, Priscilla Tumulumbe Mudimba, Annamercy Geregere, Tetiwe Lupotsho

Norbertines (O Praem)

“The first purpose for which you have come together is to live in unity in the House of the Lord, and be of one mind and of one heart in God.” (Rule of St Augustine)

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Oblates of Mary Immaculate (OMI)

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Oblate Sisters of St Francis de Sales (OSFS)

Oblate means: To sacrifice yourself to God and for your neighbour.
The Oblate Sisters live and spread the Gospel through:

– a life of prayer
– loving service to others
– a life of gentleness and humility.

In union with Christ’s sacrifice to his Father for the salvation of the world, we strive to be oblata in community life and apostolic works, bringing Christ to the poor and needy of today.

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  • St Vincent’s Convent & Novitiate, PO Box 28 Koelenhof 7605. Tel: 021 865 2098 Fax: 021 865 2833.
    Email: oblate@iafrica.com. Web: www.sosfs.co.za.
    Srs Franziska Antonia Gattringer (Community Superior) (srfagattringer@yahoo.co.za), Therese-Anita van Rhyn (Novice Mistress and Community Assistant) (vthereseanita@ gmail.com), Therese Henriette Cloete, Catherine-Marguerite Josop, Lucie Henriette Saul, Johanna Bernadette Basson, Susan-Elisabeth Swartz (Principal of St Raphael Pre-Primary, 021 865 2778) (straphaelcreche@yahoo.co.za), Priscilla Bernarda van der Poll, Leonie de Gonzuage Diergaart.

Pallottine Fathers (SAC)

St Vincent Pallotti wanted every Christian to understand the Baptismal Commitment as a commission for others, to evangelise.

Pallottines are concerned about people of today, their joys and hopes, their griefs and anxieties, especially those who are poor or in any way afflicted. They call on the Christian laity and enable them to live out their apostolic vocation in the Mission of the Church.

The Gospel is our guideline!
To live the attitudes of Jesus wherever we are; to build Community; to help reconcile people of different culture, creeds and races.

In all diversity we are united by our common calling to follow Christ in the Universal Apostolate.

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Pallottine Sisters (SAC)

St Vincent Pallotti wanted every Christian to understand the Baptismal Commitment as a commission for others, to evangelise.

Pallottines are concerned about people of today, their joys and hopes, their griefs and anxieties, especially those who are poor or in any way afflicted. They call on the Christian laity and enable them to live out their apostolic vocation in the Mission of the Church.

The Gospel is our guideline!
To live the attitudes of Jesus wherever we are; to build community; to help reconcile people of different culture, creeds and races.

In all diversity we are united by our common calling to follow Christ in the Universal Apostolate.

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  • Provincialate: St Vincent Pallotti Convent, Alexandra Road Pinelands 7405. PO Box 103 Howard Place 7450. Tel: 021 531 1397/8 (Convent). Provincialate: Tel: 021 531 1396. Fax: 021 531 5961
    Srs Annemarie Niehsen (Provincial Superior) (pallotti.sisters@gmail.com), Boscona Schämann, Apollonia Deschang, Mary Virginia Fredericks, Charlotte Pfefferle, Othmara Metzger, Simone Görgen, Elizabeth Hartnick, Prabha Varghese, Promila Kiro.
  • St Joseph’s Convent Montana, PO Box 21 Howard Place 7450. Tel: 021 935 0670 (Convent). Tel: 021 934 0352 (St Joseph’s Home).
    Srs Prescilla Rego (Superior) (prescillarego@yahoo.com), Margaret McFarlane, Sylvia Olifant, Adolphina Kilu.

Redemptorists (CSsR)

Strong in faith, rejoicing in hope, burning with charity, on fire with zeal, in humility of heart, persevering in prayer…

Apostolic men who follow Christ, bringing Plentiful Redemption to the poor and abandoned.

Visit our website at: www.africaredemptorists.com

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  • The Monastery, Bergvliet Road Bergvliet 7945. Tel: 021 712 2210, 021 712 1181. Fax: 021 712 4271
    Frs Seán Wales (Provincial), Gerard McCabe (Rector & Parish Priest), Seán Lunney, Roland Anderson, Alastair Shaw, Scott Davidson, Charles Mulenga, Brs Richard Maidwell (Vocations Director & Postulant Director) (richardambrose30@gmail.com), Gavin Stokoe.
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Retreat Road, Retreat 7945. Tel/Fax: 021 712 1841. Tel: 021 712 7405.
    Frs Tyrone Sam (Rector & Parish Priest), Julius Masaiti, Br Sixtus Osuagwu

Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB)

Over 100 years ago, a man had a dream of reaching young people with Christ’s love.
His name: John Bosco

Today, 17 000 men continue that dream of working with youth, for Christ’s sake.
Our name: the Salesians of John Bosco

In more than 100 countries throughout the world we live our dream:

        • The dream of helping poor and needy youth.
        • The dream of working and living as community.
        • The dream of following Christ more closely.

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Salesian Sisters (FMA)

The Institute of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (Salesian Sisters) is a religious family born of the great heart of St John Bosco and the creative fidelity of St Mary Domenica Mazzarello

The story began in Mornese (Italy) in 1872. From the very beginning Mary Help of Christians was present as Mother and Guide.

The Sisters share in Christ’s mission in the Church through Christian education in the style of the Preventive System. Reason, religion and loving kindness inspire an educational project which responds fully to the needs of evangelization in the world of youth.

The Salesian Sisters educational project is carried out by 17 000 sisters in 112 countries throughout the world through different types of schools, youth centres, works to improve the position of women and various pastoral projects.

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  • 36 Arctotis Way Belhar 7490. Tel/Fax: 021 952 0989. Email: fmabelhar@gmail.com
    Srs Ana Maria Mainero, Elidah Nhkoma, Isabel Vieira

Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary (SSM)

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  • Provincial House: Schoenstatt, Constantia Main Road Constantia 7806. Tel: 021 794 5100 / 021 794 5150.
    Fax: 086 608 0829 (Provincialate), Fax 086 612 9473 (Province House). Web Address: www.schoenstattsisters.org.za
    Srs M Joanne Petersen (Provincial Superior) Email: schfamct@xsinet.co.za
    M Iona Mackenzie (House Superior) Email: prov.house@gmail.com
    M Vivienne Scholl, M Agnes Krause, M Angela MacKenzie, M Anne Gray, M Colleen Grehan, M Connie O’Brien, M Doreen Stöckinger, M Edith Raidt, M Elinor Tilgner, M Florence Henkel, M Linda Drees, M Lydiah Wamba Mwaura, Mariclara Henneböle, M Monica Williams, M Philis Munyiri, M Rosemary Jost, M Ursula Poetschki.
  • Schoenstatt Retreat and Conference Centre: 3 Schoenstatt Avenue Constantia 7806. Tel: 021 794 3132. Fax: 086 597 8045,
    Email: info@schoenstattconstantia.co.za Web: www.schoenstattconstantia.co.za
    Srs M Heidi Neethling, M Karen Huber
  • Maryland Adult Education Centre, Summit Rd Hanover Park 7764. PO Box 24604 Lansdowne 7779.
    Tel: 021 692 1180. Fax: 021 691 0803. Email: maryland@xsinet.co.za
    Srs Mary Louise Walsh (House Superior) Email: schoenstattsa@xsinet.co.za, Marina Lawrence, M Nova Collins, M Eleonora Dittrich
  • Villa Maria, 1 Kloofnek Road Cape Town 8001. Tel: 021 423 8136. Fax: 021 423 8137.
    Emails: info@villamariact.co.za / villamariaeducare@gmail.com Web: www.villamariact.co.za / www.villamariaeducare.co.za
    Srs M Glynis Kirchhoffer (House Superior), M Vinzent Gähwiler, M Suzanne Duncan, Anne-Marie Nicholas


SECULAR INSTITUTE OF OUR LADY OF SCHOENSTATT

17 Squires Crescent Diep River 7945. Tel/Fax: 021 715 0029 (h)
Ms Megan O’Brien