There are many ways of being Good Samaritan. Professed Sisters, oblates, partners in ministry and members of the wider community all share in the spirit of the Good Samaritan Benedictine tradition.
What does it mean to be a Good Samaritan?
Being Good Samaritan in the Philippines: Germia’s story
Germia Tocama SGS
Click for quiet reflective music and then click on Reflection: Good Samaritans Today
Reflection: Good Samaritans Today
Music by Chris Dutton
Apology, Gratitude & Work Together
Spoken by Sr Hiro Kageyama SGS and written by Mr Takeo Yamagami
Accompanying Japan’s “triple disaster” survivors
The Good Oil, September 2017
Celebration of First Profession of two Good Samaritan Sisters
The Good Oil, October 2020
SUGGESTED FURTHER READING
Baseden, C. (1998). The path between: the story of the Good Samaritan Sisters in Japan 1948-1998. Sydney: Sisters of the Good Samaritan.
Heininger, J. (2007). Journey to the heart: Mater Dei, 50 years and 50 stories. Sydney: Sisters of the Good Samaritan.
GOOD SAMARITAN LIBRARY
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