40th Death Anniversary of Founder Observed

Fortieth death anniversary of the Founder, Venerable Bishop Stephen Ferrando…

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Superior General Re-elected

The ninth General Chapter held on January 2018 at the Generalate of the…

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Inauguration of General Chapter IX

The inaugural function held on 15 January set the stage ready for another…

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Preliminary Days of General Chapter IX

The preliminary days of the Chapter had a set of well thought-out programmes…

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Sacred Heart Province, Tinsukia

The MSMHC Sacred Heart Province, Tinsukia was canonically erected on 13th February, 1988. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and it comprises of the communities in the Archdioceses of Imphal and Tellichery in the states of Manipur and Kerala, the dioceses of Kohima, Dibrugarh, Miao and Amravati in the states of Nagaland, Upper Assam, East Arunachal Pradesh and Maharashtra.

The province began its journey with 105 members in 13 communities in three dioceses of Dibrugarh, Kohima and Imphal. Following are the houses that existed at the time of erection of the province.

 

Diocese of Dibrugarh:

    St. Mary’s Convent, Dibrugarh
    Sacred Heart Convent, Golaghat
    St. Mary’s Convent, Naharkatia
    St. Mary’s Convent, Doomdooma
    St. Xavier’s Convent, Sarupathar
    St. Joseph’s Convent, Moranhat
    Ferrando Institute, Tinsukia

 

Diocese of Kohima:

    Mary Hills Convent, Jalukie
    St. Joseph’s Convent, Tseminyu
    St. Mary’s Convent, Kohima

 

Diocese of Imphal:

    St. Mary’s Convent, Pallel
    St. Mary’s Convent, Senapati
    St. Mary’s Convent, Longpi

 

Within a span of 21 years we have witnessed significant growth in number, expansion, qualitative improvement and the Providence of God accompanying us in our needs. Presently we are blessed with 244 members of which 189 are perpetually professed and 55 are temporarily professed. The province has 36 houses at the moment.

We work in collaboration with the parish in 25 centres. 11 are independent centres owned by the province. They include formation houses, hostels and schools that are run and managed by the sisters themselves.