We are one family, bonded together and sent to change conditions that breed poverty, injustice, discrimination and marginalization.

We care for one another. Caring gives birth to covenant relationships ―empathy, friendship, tenderness, compassion, mercy, unconditional love and deep respect.

The power of growth is in relationship where in every encounter we are both giver and receiver. We value ‘power with’ vs ‘power over’

Belief in the capacity to rise beyond one’s struggles.

Our Spirituality leads to personal transformation and transformation of the world.

We live what we believe that we are sent to those who have neither voice nor influence in this world.

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Congratulations to Rosa Almanzar for her 30 years of service to the families of Project Hope in Dorchester! ...

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OUTREACH TO MEXICO THIS WEEK!

August 23 to 28 marks the first outreach to Santa Ana Necostia, Epatian Puebla in Mexico to share our Core Values. Our prayers accompany Yolanda Otero, Sr. Deysi Martinez and Nina Kirschner for a fruitful mission.

A special belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Sr. Deysi who celebrated in Mexico yesterday!

Sr. Deysi writes how this outreach came to a reality and the program for their week. Please read more here:
www.lsafim.org/outreach-to-mexico/
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Little Sisters of the Assumption Family in Mission is a non-profit organization inspired and established for the purpose of continuing the spirit and mission of the Little Sisters of the Assumption.

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Testimonials

Philipp Kappestein

When I read the mission statement of the Little Sisters of the Assumption, I found it expressed my own sentiments when it said, “We bring together the least advantaged and the privileged in a spirit of family to inspire everyone to participate in creating a just society.”

 

– Philipp Kappestein
Project Hope, Dorchester, MA
September ’02 – February ’04

Will and Franzi Koenig

It was great to be surrounded by people of great faith and who are so caring and giving. Our faith has grown and our prayer life has deepened.

 

 

– Will and Franzi Koenig
Project Hope, Dorchester, MA
January ’00 – April ’00

Lukas Oldenburg

I know that these 11 months have given me much more than two semesters at a university could ever have given me; I now feel much more ready to resume my studies.

 

 

– Lukas Oldenburg
Pernet Family Health Service, Worcester, MA
September ’99 – September ‘ 00

Contact Us

Phone : 212-289-4014
Fax: 212-876-2075
Email: coordinator@lsafim.org

Location

LSA Family in Mission
475 East 115th Street, 1st Floor
New York, NY 10029

Business Hours

Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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