The Marian Sisters of Eucharistic Love (MASEL) were founded by Christ through His servant, Mother Stan Mumuni, to save the lives of the unwanted children of Ghana, and to spread the Gospel through their actions and example. The sisters live a prayer- filled, action-packed and joy-filled life, providing for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the children and their community.
In many areas of tribal Ghana children born as twins or with any type of disability can be killed by their parents or tribal leaders because they are considered evil. Even if a child is born while the tribe is having difficulty, the child may be blamed, accused as a witch and put to death. Mother Stan and her sisters rescue these children and show them the love God has for them. The Marian Sisters of Eucharistic Love started the Nazareth for God’s Children in a small apartment with two children, then five, then twenty! The Sisters now have more than one hundred of God’s most vulnerable and precious children in their family. Each one a gift given by God.
“Our children come to us from these local tribal communities. Until we are able to educate the locals and open their hearts to change this superstition, the Marian Sisters will take in these greatest of God’s blessings, and provide for them the love they are so deserving” Mother Stan
You can learn more about the “Nazareth Home for God’s Children” at OurAfricanFamily.org and SisterStansChildren.org.
MASEL sisters are edified with daily Mass, Adoration and meditation, which fills them with the Joy and strength necessary to spread His message to the children, staff and members of the local community. They pray fervently for the needs of the children, their donors, the Church and the special needs sent to them from around the world. If you would like the sisters to dedicate a holy hour or rosary “JUST FOR YOU”, please visit the Donations and Prayer Request page.
Since nothing good can be done without our Lord’s blessing, the sisters gain all the graces they need from Him through their faith and acts of daily life. If you think that you may be called to join the sisters and make their vocation your own, visit our vocations page here. Below is a synopsis of the sister’s daily life.