Tuesday, 25th February, 2020
The Sisters of Bon Secours first came to London in 1870 and this was followed by an invitation to Glasgow in 1924 to minister to the sick in their homes. The Sisters have always tried to respond to the needs of the time and place in which they find themselves, always with the aim of bringing healing and hope where suffering exists.
Sickness and suffering take many forms, and the Sisters try to be open to respond to all areas. This is reflected in the various works performed by them; ministries today include Home and Hospital Visitation, Parish Ministry and working with displaced peoples through Refugee Action, thus bringing hope and consolation to all they meet.