New Commitment to the SSMI

Sister Pia, SSMI

Roxolana, who lived at the Home of Hope for four years, recently made her commitment to the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate in Ukraine. She is now Sister Pia!

While the intention behind the Home of Hope was never to recruit girls to the religious life, the effect that the Sisters have on these young women is indescribable, and we are so happy for Sister Pia to have found this calling to communal life. These opportunities would not be possible without the support of Canadian donors, and they have shared with us time and time again how thankful they are to you have you. We hope you can see the possibilities you are providing these young girls who otherwise have nothing. 

Roxolana (Sister Pia) is an incredibly talented girl and we have enjoyed sharing art pieces she has created with Home of Hope supporters over the years. Please see images below to see some of her beautiful artwork. She also has a magnificant signing voice, and a video fro after her ceremony has been shared with us - please find that by clicking here

Many blessings, Sister Pia, as you join the Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate in Ukraine!

Sister Pia and Sister Eronima from the Home of Hope


During the Ceremony

An Oil Painting done by Roxolana at the Home of Hope

An Plasticine Art Piece by Roxolana

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