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Le couvent des sœurs de la Divine Providence de Saint-Jean-de-Bassel sonne creux. Ses 50 sœurs ne sont plus assez nombreuses pour avoir besoin des 11 000 m2 de locaux chauffés et aménagés. Aussi, elles lancent un appel à projets, avec le soutien d’un cabinet spécialisé, Karism conseil. L’objectif : trouver des activités pour occuper et animer les lieux, dans le respect des principes fondamentaux des sœurs : l’éducation, l’écologie et/ou la spiritualité. Odile Kirstetter, conseillère provinciale des sœurs, présente le projet. Toutes les bonnes idées seront examinées.

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