Many people we know are garden people. They love to be part of the cycle of planting, nurturing, weeding, watering and harvesting (and sharing) from the fruits of their labour. Fruitfulness is a sign of the Spirit.
From my home or Marillac office, I call Sisters each day to chat. I offer Zoom calls so we can stay in touch visually and coach Sisters on how to use Zoom.
Sister Maureen Wild Recommends On the Road with Francis of Assisi – a timeless journey through Umbria and Tuscany, and beyond (2005) by Linda Bird Francke
I was very happy to come across this book many months in advance of traveling - for my first time to Italy - to visit the lands of Francis of Assisi as an integral part of my sabbatical.
Photos from Mount Saint Vincent Motherhouse in Halifax, the Farm in Wellesley and Seton Academy in Vancouver.
A Sister of Charity for 71 years who was missioned in Westmont, NJ, Reserve, Nova Scotia, Jamaica, NY, Brooklyn, NY, Williston Park, NY, Kelowna, British Columbia, Dorchester, Marillac Residence, Wellesley and Elizabeth Seton Residence, Wellesley.
We keep hope alive knowing how blessed we have been by the prayers and love at home and all over the world.
A parade, Zoom chats and in-person ministry. A glimpse at how we are coping during COVID-19.
In a creative card-making blitz, a youth group sent good tidings and well wishes by delivering 50 homemade cards for 50 Sisters at Caritas Residence.
The last Sister of Charity leaves Saint Patrick Convent, Roxbury, our first mission in the United States.