With the closing of the house at Kew, the community relocated to a house erected next to Corpus Christi Aged Care Facility. The Sisters were thus able to continue their ministry to the pastoral needs of the old people who had moved there from Kew.
With the passing of time a number of the sisters moved into Corpus Christi Aged Care Facility, and downsizing took place. The large convent was bought by Corpus Christi, and is now Cluny House, a specialist memory support unit for residents with dementia,
The community members are now living in villa units in Corpus Christi Village. They support the sisters in residential aged care, act as sacristan in the village chapel, and are involved in advocacy and support in the area of social justice, particularly with regards to asylum seekers, homelessness and climate change.
Being residents of a retirement village, the sisters join in the village activities with the other residents – movies, exercises, barbeques, happy hours and pizza nights are on the program from time to time.
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