“This is part of the spiritual life of people, and God sometimes wants to unite the soul very closely to himself. He will allow them to feel abandoned by him. And Jesus also on the cross felt he was abandoned.” Sister Nirmala
Sister Nirmala Joshi is chosen to succeed Mother Teresa as the head of the Missionaries of Charity.
Nirmala Joshi, M.C., better known as Sister Nirmala, was a Catholic Religious Sister who succeeded Nobel laureate Mother Teresa as the head of her Missionaries of Charity and expanded the movement overseas.
Sister Nirmala Joshi – Religious Sister – Associated Links:
- Sister Nirmala Joshi | Indian Roman Catholic https://www.britannica.com/biography/Sister-Nirmala
- “Born a Nepali Brahmin, Sister Nirmala’s journey has been inspiring” | The News Minute: https://www.thenewsminute.com/article/born-nepali-brahmin-sister-nirmalas-journey-has-been-inspiring-31452
- “CNN Indian born nun to succeed Mother Teresa” | CNN: http://www.cnn.com/WORLD/9703/13/india.teresa/
- “Sister Nirmela reached out to ‘the poorest of the poor’ | Our Sunday Visitor: https://www.osv.com/TheChurch/LiturgyandPrayer/Article/TabId/666/ArtMID/13698/ArticleID/18282/Sister-Nirmala-reached-out-to-‘the-poorest-of-the-poor’.aspx
- Sister Nirmala Joshi Quotes: https://www.quotetab.com/quotes/by-sister-nirmala#6Ll81KP5hlMUzRx4.97
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