Lissy Maruthanakuzhy is a member of the worldwide Congregation of the Daughters of St. Paul, founded in Italy by Blessed James Alberione in 1915, and is committed to proclaiming Christ through social communications. She directs a bookshop, Pauline Book & Media Centre, managed by her congregation at Panaji, capital of Goa, a western Indian state. For eight years she was the editor of Pauline Publications in Mumbai. She was a correspondent for South Asian Religious News and Union of Catholic Asian News before becoming a correspondent of Matters India. She also contributes to local periodicals.

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House of Charity in Mumbai provides family to those with disabilities

Global Sisters Report: With the help of volunteers from Our Lady of Health Parish, Minor Carmelites of Charity sisters manage the Marian House of Charity, which serves 29 residents with mental and physical disabilities in the suburb of Versova. 

'The sisters made up for my parents' absence': Orphanage nurtures family spirit

Global Sisters Report: Maria Niwas, the orphanage run by the Salesian Sisters of Mary Immaculate in Nagpur, India, has helped children get a good start in life for more than a century. 

Children prove abilities under patient persistence of India academy

Global Sisters Report: Helping the differently abled has become "a mission of joy. It gives me tremendous happiness."