Sr. Emerita McGann is passionate about her mission work in Madagascar. She has traveled there numerous times over the years and always has a moving story to share upon her return.
Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world. The island’s bulging population, diminishing resources, and economic policies contribute to the island’s poverty and steady economic decline. The role of the Sisters of Divine Providence is to be a sign of hope to the people of Madagascar that a Provident God does care for them and so do they.
You are invited on Monday, November 27 at 7 p.m. to St. Anne Province Center (Providence Hall) in Melbourne, Kentucky to listen to Sr. Emerita share stories and photos of her experiences.