Sister Sponsa Beltran

Sister Sponsa Beltran was an American missionary who was part of the Bernadine Sisters of St. Francis. She was known for her work in Liberia as a nurse and caregiver for abandoned, displaced children and children with disabilities. She founded Our Lady of Fatima Rehabilitation Facility outside of Monrovia in 1998 and later, that work was taken over by the Jerry Cebulski African Disability Foundation (JCADF) which still operates to this day.


Sister Sponsa Beltran was an American missionary who was part of the Bernadine Sisters of St. Francis. She was known for her work in Liberia as a nurse and caregiver for abandoned, displaced children and children with disabilities. She founded Our Lady of Fatima Rehabilitation Facility outside of Monrovia in 1998 and later, that work was taken over by the Jerry Cebulski African Disability Foundation (JCADF) which still operates to this day.
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