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Winter 2020 Magazine

One Hundred Years: A breeze, no, A Strong Wind!

On Pentecost day a strong wind came to strenthen the apostles. Their fear was transformed into audacity. One hundred years ago, the Holy Spirit, always in motion, inspired audacious  Délia Tétreault to undertake something new On May 20, 1920,  she launched the mission magazine  Le Précurseur. Like a strong wind, the Sisters wholeheartedly went from villages to cities offering the magazine and sowing the Word of God...

Cultures and Mission

A return to the Village

In the Philippines, the Mangyans of Mindoro have their own own language and cultural identity. Their history has been linked with their relentless struggle to claim their ancestral lands.Thus, the struggle to secure the ancestral domains of the Algangan Mangyans has become a rallying cry of the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception...


Yes, I dream!
–André Gadbois
One Hundre Years: A breeze, no, A strong Wind!
–Marie-Paule Sanfaçon,m.i.c
God's inspiration in Délia's life
–Suzanne Labelle,m.i.c
The secret Life of Objects
–Alexandre Payer
A return to the village

( part 1)
–Beverly Romualdo,m. i.c, Dr Rica de los Reyes-Ancheta
What I Have, I Give to You
–Noëlline Rasoafara,m. i.c
Ecology Convention-Urgent Initiatives to Be Taken
–Lilia Frondosa,m.i.c.
The Courage of a Woman
–Noëlline Rasoafara,m. i.c
Bloom and Make the World Beautiful!
–Ruth Christine Nyalazi,m. i.c
A face of Mission
–Monique Fortier,m. i.c
One Hundred Years-Yet Still Youthful!
–Marie Rosette Lafortune,m.i.c.

Autumn 2019 Magazine

The Unknomn

When we think of our future, we might experience mixed emotions. It can challenge us to question our next move and this can bring about many worries. The future, what does it have in store for us? We would like to head into the unknown, we would like life to evolve, but we must also think how we can best equip ourselves for that future.

In focus

In Pursuit of God's Inspiration

Throughout the centuries, there has been a shortage of men and women willing to point humanity toward the right path. However, in every age, there has been people who tried to respond to the needs oh humans, such as food , clothing, shelter, and promoting social implications necessary to their particular era.


Jesus Exhorts and Questions
– André Gadbois
Awakening to the Wonders of Nature
– Marie-Paule Sanfaçon, m.i.c
The MIC Spirit in South America
– Gisèle Lachapelle, m.i.c
Chili- A Church on the Move
– Gisèle Lachapelle, m.i.c
Objects and Their Secret Life
– Alexandre Payer
In Pursuit of God's Inspiration
– Lilia Frondoza, m. i.c
Using Music to Connect with Others
– Maurice Demers
A Fridge on the Forecourt
– Anita Perron, m.i.c.
We Never Leave Haiti
– Chantal Berttrand
Social Dimension of the Christian Faith
– Nicole Joly, m. i.c
Seving the People
– Marie-Paule Sanfaçon, m.i.c.


Summer 2019 Magazine

To succeed in life

Every person on earth dreams of a better life and longs for more. From the very beginning, a child must conquer its fear to take its first steps, a student must study to succeed, a scientist must do extensive research to discover the unknown.

In Focus

Make a Commitment:

To Whom and Why?

Claudine Delière, the director of cultural mediation and community commitment at Bluff Theatre, invited me on behalf of Éric Jean, stage director, and Luc Tartar, author of plays and novels, to participate in a meeting with students from the Mont-de-La-Salle school.


Become What You Are Meant to Be
– André Gadbois
Bringing Forth Life in Mission
– Éric Desautels
Délia Tétreault, A Model to Propose
– Micheline Marcoux, m.i.c
Make a Commitment to Whom and Why?
– Estelle Fontaine, m.i.c.
100 Years- The MIC Sisters in the Diocese of Quebec
– Évangeline Plamondon, m.i.c
MIC International Scholasticate
– Marie-Paule Sanfaçon, m.i.c.
A Vibrant Magnificat
– Rose-Philomène Gédéon, m.i.c.
Solidarity Between Missionaries and Latin Américan Populations
– Maurice Demers


Spring 2019 Magazine

A choice - To move on

On certain roads, roundabouts are built to reducespeed; they allow U-turns and drivers to choose the direction they need to take.

In Focus

From mountains to the jungle

The luggage agent carefully opened Sister Rosario’s suitcase as she tried to explain that there was nothing dangerous inside.


A Madelinot Fisherman and His Captain
– André Gadbois
Japan, a Country to Discover
– Ghislaine Parent, m.i.c.
Class of Its Own
– Suzanne Lachapelle
The Fantasies of God in Délia’s Life
– Suzanne Labelle, m.i.c.
From Mountains to the Jungle (Part 2)
– Audrey Charland
An Incredibla Journey – An Amazing Grace
– Cecilia Hong, m.i.c.
From Breadwinner to Religious Life
Melanie B. Delfin, m.i.c.
Head Into the Unknown…to Move Forward
– Éric Desautels
Souvenirs of Africa
– Doris Twyman, m.i.c.

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