Ground Breaking
Working Together
Construction Plan
Reception
Reception
Reception
Section of convent is finsihed.
Official opening of convent June 17th 2013.
Celebration of the opening June 17th 2013.
Sister’s feeding orphans.
Part of the convent used for feeding and educating orphans
School: Kindergarden – in uniform
Orphans in the clinic checking their health
Orphans in sports playing
Beginning of Construction for the School for the Orphanage

Who Are We?

The Adorer Missionary Sisters of the Poor is an emerging, vibrant religious community of women in Tanzania. Deeply in love with Jesus we seek to grow more intimately with Our Lord Jesus and Master. We behold the majesty of the Blessed Trinity and in thanksgiving spend quality time every day in adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament.

We are also happy to say that in United States of America, with the approval of His Excellency, Most Rev. Gerald Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach Catholic Diocese, the Adorer Missionary Sisters of the Poor have been incorporated in the State of Florida as a Religious charitable organization and has been granted a 501 ( c ) (3) tax exempt status by the IRS.

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3 thoughts on “Who Are We?

  1. as you embark in the service to the poor,always remember our vocation”blessed are the poor” in this manner you will encounter our Master who made himself poor to make us rich in Grace.

    am ready to volunteer and work with you among the poor,.what are reqiurement.

    • Thank you Don for your suggestive question. I was also thinking the same way. We have to begin small! Hence something like two rooms would be used to house the orphans until the time when we can build the house of their own and by then we shall more nuns to fill the house.

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