The Missionary Sisters of the Society of Mary are consecrated women living in multicultural communities, sent on mission beyond frontiers to live and proclaim the Gospel.
The Sisters trace their origins as a religious congregation to Marie Francoise Perroton and ten other women who set out from France between 1845 and 1860 in response to the request from the christians in the island of Wallis in the Pacific to 'send us some devout women to teach the women.' They formed small communities in Wallis and Futuna, in New Caledonia, and later in Samoa.
The congregation later spread to Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, the Solomons, and then to Boston in USA, and to New Zealand.
The congregation has continued to extend its area of service, sending sisters to Jamaica, Algeria, Senegal, Mauritania, Burundi, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Madagascar, Philippines, Germany, Tanzania and most recently to England.
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