On Saturday evening, June 22, 2019, Sr. Izabela Świerad, Sr. Josephine D´Sousa, Sr. Maria Landsberger and Sr. Antje Eichhorn OSB participated in the celebration of the Feast of Corpus Christi in the Vatican Gardens. It is a tradition that the Priests' College of Campo Santo Teutonico at the Vatican, led by Rector Msgr Hans-Peter Fischer, organizes the Feast of Corpus Christi for the German-speaking inhabitants and pilgrims.
On Pentecost Sunday, 9th of June, the faithful of San Prisco town together with the Eucharistic Sisters, members of different religious congregations and diocesan clergy celebrated the Closing of the Diocesan Inquiry - first stage in view of the Beatification of the Servant of God Mother Anna Sardiello (1894-1982), foundress of the Eucharistic Sisters of St. Vincent Pallotti.
The Cenacle is the heart of the Pallottine charism, and the wind and fire are signs that our life has been transformed once and for all into a Paschal story of death and resurrection. To our common path, two sister Congregations, entered another event: the Feast of Mary, Queen of Apostles and Solemnity of Pentecost. This time it was celebarted in Grottaferrata, at Casa del Cenacolo, a home sanctified by the presence, prayer and service of the Roman Pallottine Sisters (CSAC).
In March 2019, three Pallottine Missionary Sisters namely: Sr. Catherine Nikuze, Sr. Perpétue Nyiramahoro and Sr. Josephine Magnifique Barahinyuza Nyirandaboneye, from Our Lady of Kibeho Region (Rwanda / Congo) arrived at Quistinic in France-Bretagne to begin a new mission. Quistinic is a town of 1,500 inhabitants in the region of Brittany, in north-western France, 400 km from Paris.