Mother Calore said that Sister Augustine Marie also worked at the community’s personal care home for the elderly, the John Paul II Manor, as a physical therapist.
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‘We are considered a satellite of Our Lady of Lourdes in France.’
The nuns, returning from Saginaw’s Cathedral of Mary of the Assumption where Sister Mary Agnes Graves professed her perpetual vows, arrived at Whippy Dip dressed in their distinctive veils and habits.
While some have criticized the ongoing Eucharistic Revival for drawing attention away from works of mercy and acts of justice, the lives of Catholics devoted to both the poor and the Eucharist show they go hand in hand.
Beautiful, life-changing stories and memories reflect impact of those called to a special vocation.
Here’s how the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth touched my heart and changed my world.
Teachers like Sister Aaron may never get the thanks they deserve, but they have done more good than they know.
Here is a way to bring the light of Christ to a dark situation.
COMMENTARY: Catholics have a spiritual duty to promote truth and orient themselves toward God, not the whims of man.
‘Mealtime is a valuable family time,’ says Sister T.A., ‘where warm, lasting memories are made.’