Jesus was often seen bending down with compassion over the sick and suffering who were waiting for a consoling or healing word.
In 1928 six MSC Sisters arrived in Australia.
They were to begin a foundation that would provide a refuge
for weary Missionaries in Papua New Guinea and nearby Islands
who were in need of medical care and rest.
The Salesian Fathers in Sunbury, Victoria,
offered us a position in the domestic department
of their boarding school, “Rupertswood.”
Together with Mother Liboria in this new mission were:
Sisters Eulalia, Aquilina, Marillia, Zaccharia and Margareta .