Sister Roshini, a Woman of Prayer and Integrity

January 13, 2023

Sister Roshini Pereira is a woman of deep faith and unwavering integrity, shaped by a childhood steeped in the importance of prayer and strict adherence to the daily Holy Eucharist and all activities within her parish. This formative training has helped her to lead a disciplined life, drawing her closer to God.

As the treasure of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Patna Province, Sister Roshini has long been a guiding presence for the young Sisters in formation, known for her hospitality, kind and encouraging words, and beautiful smile. This warmth and generosity are rooted in her upbringing in a large and loving family, where these values were instilled from a young age.

Throughout her life in the SCN Congregation, Sister Roshini has served in a variety of roles, including as a teacher, candidate’s director, novice director, associate administrator at Kurji Holy Family Hospital and in the finance office.

Her angelic voice can often be heard filling the chapel during Mass, as she finds solace and joy in singing as a way to live out her faith.

2 Comments

  1. Luke

    Thank you for sharing the beautiful and inspiring story of Sr. Roshini ‘s ministries.

    Reply
  2. Maggie Cooper

    Wow! What a beautiful life you have!
    So happy to hear your story! It’s an inspiration!!

    Reply

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