Sr. Caroline Granil fmdm

Jordan A Nation Of Many Races

By Sr. Caroline Granil, FMDM

Nearly fifty years ago an organization was set up by Pius XII to help Palestinian refugees. Today its work continues in Jordan as Sr. Caroline Granil, FMDM, tries to look after women of ten different nationalities who flock to the clinic. Here are some photos of her work. The clinic serves up to a hundred people everyday who come form places like India, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon. Egypt, Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

Suffer The Little Children

By Sr. Caroline M. Granil, FMDM

“Let the little children come to Me...
for it is to such as these that the Kingdom of Gods belongs .” (Luke 18:16-17)

London to Jordan

I am Sister Caroline M. Granil, a native of Cardona Tarlac. I belong to an International congregation and we are known as Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood. I joined this Congregation in 1972 after I finished my Nursing training in London. I was sent to Amman Jordan in 1981 where we administer an Out-Patient Clinic of Mothers and Babies and General Patients. We serve both the Jordanians and Palestinians, Moslems and Christian Alike. Ninety percent however of attendances are Palestinians refugees from nearby Palestinian Camps, who fled Palestine in 1948 and 1967.