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Congregation of

Sisters of St. Anne, Tiruchirappalli (SAT),

Tamilnadu, India.

"Simplicity in life and Service to the poor"



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Vibrant Celebration of the Infant Jesus Festival
Vibrant Celebration of the Infant Jesus Festival

“The more you honour me, the more I will bless you.”...

April 4, 2024

St. Anne’s Residence – Azhagappapuram
St. Anne’s Residence – Azhagappapuram

In commemoration of the completion of 75 years of our Azhagappapuram...

March 19, 2024


   May 10, 2023

“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want; he makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters” (Psalm 23:1,2)

This Lovely home is our long cherished dream and the fulfilment of our relentless hard work. Our dreams came true. Our good shepherd who has been deep in our hearts, Rt. Rev. Vincent Samuel, The Bishop of Neyyattinkara, Diocese had come here to grace this auspicious. He laid the foundation stone of this home and christened it in the name of Saint Anne, on Thursday, 10th May of 2022 at 10.30 am. The construction works were completed within a year by the generous contribution from the Congregation fund.

On 10.05.2023 the entire campus was busy with the sisters and guests. Our new convent was indeed blessed with the gracious presence and prayers of Rev. Sr. Reginal Superior General of Sisters of St. Anne of Tiruchirapalli. And we felt blessed by our sisters, especially Rev. Sr.Elsamma Kurian Jolly General Councilor, Rev. Sr.Arockia Mary. Provincial of Valan Province of SAT, Rev. Sr. Bridget. Provincial of Damian Province of SAT and sisters from different communities of both Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

The New convent building was opened by Rev. Sr. Reginal Superior General in the presence of Provincial Superior Rev. Sr. Bridget and blessed by Rev. Vincent Samuel, The Bishop of Neyyattinkara. Also, the holy Mass was concelebrated under the headship of the Bishop. After the Eucharistic celebration, a simple cultural cum felicitation function was held. The guests were honoured with the gifts. Snahabavan special students sang a song and girls from St.Joseph’s EM Higher Secondary School, Muttada performed a wonderful dance.

Secretary General