Sister Sabina Pathrose entered the Congregation in 1967 and made her First Profession on 9th July 1969. She obtained degrees in both Social Work and Law.
Sabina has served in different ministries of the Province, including work with Single Mothers and their babies and at the Residential Teenage Centre. She also worked several years with Dalit women and children for their empowerment and for their Rights through organization and mediation programs. She also initiated programs for the Abolition of Child Labour.
Sabina has been a Community Leader, the Province Leader of the former Province of India/Nepal and a member of the Congregational Leadership Team from 2003 to 2009.
From 2010 to 2013 she was the Directress of the Temporary Professed Sisters in the Province of India/Nepal.
Sabina has also served on various Committees on Congregational and Asia Pacific levels.
She was the Convener of the Restructuring Committee in the Province of India/Nepal, preparing for the establishment of the two provinces.
Sister Sabina Pathrose was elected as the first province leader of Central East India/Nepal, assuming office on 5 January 2014 for a term of six years.
The Province of Central East India/Nepal held its Province Chapter from 16-23 November 2019. Participants welcomed Srs Josita Corera and Frances Robinson from the CLT, and facilitator Br Philip Pinto cfc
This day is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace among people of all nations. Partners in Mission of the Good Shepherd in Amaravathi organized a large gathering to mark the event
On the Feast Day of St Mary Euphrasia Pelletier 24 April 2019, the now completed Province House of Central East India/Nepal was blessed and officially inaugurated
Stop Hunger is a global organization committed to a hunger-free world. Bisto Bai Meravi, member of a GS project in Central East India was nominated by the Sisters and GSIF and received an International Award
Good Shepherd International Foundation (GSIF) has established a branch based in Kathmandu to offer more effective support to programs in Nepal
This economic inclusion project in Garratola has expanded to develop a small stall to sell the bakery products and further develop the skills of participants
The nine Province Leaders of Asia Pacific met in Ipoh, Malaysia for their annual meeting, joined by two sisters from the Congregational Leadership Team
In organizing a session, workshop or meeting, who do you look for to facilitate the event? This article may give you some good ideas....
Watch a compelling film produced by the Good Shepherd International Foundation featuring three Dalit women from a Good Shepherd Economic Justice Project
16 participants from many provinces of Asia Pacific responded to the call to learn the skills of facilitation at a workshop held in Ipoh, Malaysia from 31 March to 8 April
Good Shepherd Convent, Andheri opens a skills training facility, in association with Rotary Club and Vedanta Foundation
Historic first Formation and Partnership Session in Asia Pacific creates a distinct shift in the understanding of Partnership for Mission
Read this comprehensive report on the Good Shepherd Relief Work in Nepal from April to September 2015
In Mumbai, about 150 women learn about and discuss how Human Trafficking exploits and uses girls and women
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
In Nepal two sisters and supporters made an arduous journey, mostly on foot, to offer health services to an isolated community
In Nagpur India, Sisters from two provinces gather to lay the foundation stone for the Provincialate building, and to bury a time capsule
The Sisters in Pokhara Nepal established Opportunity Village to offer health services, education and training for girls and women vulnerable to trafficking
Sisters in India are working to prevent trafficking of women and children through changing community awareness and attitudes