Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit, Philippine South (SSpS)
The Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit – Philippine South (SSpS) belongs to a religious missionary international congregation recognized by the Catholic Church. The SSpS was founded in 1889 by St. Arnold Janssen, Blessed Maria Helena Stollenwerk and Blessed Josepha Stenmans in Steyl, Netherlands and rooted in a Trinitarian Mission Spirituality, with ministries covering education, health, pastoral care, spiritual guidance, adult education, communication, cathechetics, chaplaincy work, social work and interfaith dialogue.
Partnership with the SSpS began in the early years of ERMFPI especially in the formation sessions of management staff. In 2021, the SSpS partnership covered support for the Developmental Supplemental Feeding Values Formation Program (DSFVFP) of the CEBU Families project. The SSpS conducts the sensitive values formation for and with the mothers and young women in difficult situation as a development intervention beyond the food feeding as it were.
The SSpS-Philippines South is located at SSpS Trinity Provincial House, Pres. Magsaysay Extension, Brgy. Kasambagan, Cebu City, Philippines.
- Developmental Supplementary Feeding and Values Formation Program of the Compassionate Education for Building and Uplifting (CEBU) Families program: Cebu City, Philippines | October 2020 to December 2023