25 Nov 2023 Joyous Celebration!
Canossians, religious and lay, Religious Brothers and Sisters, priests, families and friends thanked the Lord and witnessed the Perpetual Profession of Sr. Heza Zar Zar, First Temporary Profession of Sr. Suzanna Than Aye and the 25th Anniversary of Religious Profession of Sr. Doreen Soh.
The Canossians trace their origin to Magdalen of Canossa, a religious sister canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1988.
The Canossian missions in Singapore started with the arrival of 4 young Sisters from Macau, at the invitation of the Bishop Medeiros, the Bishop of Macau, who was in charge of the Portuguese Mission in Singapore. Arriving on 11th December 1894, they took over the running of St Anthony’s Girls School, originally started by the Portuguese Mission in 1879. This gave rise to the Sisters being called “Portuguese Nuns” and St. Anthony’s being known as “Portuguese Convent”.
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Here we are with the new Vita Più dedicated to Missionary Life in the Institute and in particular to M….
Dear Sisters, Volunteers and Friends, We are so happy to have Sr. Angela here in Singapore. She came back in…
Organisational Chart of the Canossian Family – Singapore/Myanmar 2023
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ncBSRM40Fo Canossaville believes that all children are precious gifts from God, and we strive to provide a nurturing environment where…
His Eminence Cardinal William Goh with the Canossian Sisters of Singapore in Rome. Joyous reunion of Singaporeans!
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Finally! Canossians celebrating St Magdalene’s Feast Day after 2 years, with minimal Covid restrictions! What a joy to get together…
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