2019-2020 Mission Updates

 “Serve the LORD with gladness; Come before Him with joyful singing.”(Psalm 100:2) Whether in the classroom or teaching remotely, our mission to bring Christ to His people remains. As His love fills us, we seek to share that same divine love of Christ to all people, at all times. We

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Pray the Rosary with Us

“The soul which recommends itself to me by the recitation of the Rosary shall not perish.” – Our Lady to St. Dominic Following Pope Francis’ exhortation to pray the Rosary every day within the month of May, we invite you to join us in prayer through our Interactive Rosary.  It is our

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St. Catherine of Siena: Model of Fortitude in Times of Pandemic

St. Catherine of Siena was born March 25th, 1347, when the world stood at the brink of the very pandemic for which the word “quarantine” was invented. In Italian, “quaranta giorni” – forty days – was the allotted time that ships were required to remain offshore before landing. The Bubonic

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Jesus, I Trust in You!

The Sisters set aside one Sunday each month – Retreat Sunday – on which they observe silence and spend time in adoration of Our Lord, being renewed in the presence of their Divine Spouse, who continually forms each Sister’s heart and inspires her to go forth and bear Him into

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Mass & the Divine Office: Daily Live-Streamed from our Motherhouse

Many have responded positively to our live-streamed Mass over the weekend from the Motherhouse.  It is our hope to share our prayer life with as many as possible during these uncertain times. The schedule below provides details of daily Mass and other prayers that you can partake in to help

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Enter into the Mystery of Holy Week with the Sisters

We are all living through a time of deep suffering in today’s world. As Catholics, we experience the Cross in a unique way this year as so many are deprived of the sacramental joy of the Triduum Liturgies. However, we are never alone through any of our sufferings. Jesus still walks,

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