We are called by God to be a presence inflamed within our world, witnessing to God’s love through prayer, joyful witness and loving service. Our mission is a God-given mission which overflows from each sister’s profound life of prayer.
“True compassion does not marginalize, humiliate or exclude and does not celebrate the passing away of a patient.”
The Miami Heat surprised our Sister Margaret Ann with a pep rally celebrating her work at Archbishop Coleman Carroll High School, especially in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Join the sisters and other families as we take a hike at Eaton Canyon.
Join us for a potluck, evening prayer, dinner, conference, games and Rosary at Sacred Heart Retreat House. Topic for the conference: “Blessed is She.”
Come help us take over the Sacred Heart Retreat House kitchen and prepare for our annual Boutique. A beautiful Sunday Holy Hour will conclude the afternoon.
I sense my brother at times asking me: “Are you soaring high or just getting by?” As the new academic year opens and schools, teachers, and families throughout the country begin anew, let’s take a moment to review our goals and deepest aspirations in the light of God’s dreams for us.
By: Sr. Mary Louise, OCD Many of us are about to head back to school and all of us know that mixed feeling of excitement and apprehension. Whether you lean more towards one emotion or the other, St. John Bosco has some wisdom that will help make this year...
Since I have begun preparations for entrance, the phrase that holds almost constantly in my mind is from our dear Saint Therese: “everything is grace”. I never would have argued with her before, though lately it has penetrated into my heart in a new way where it is not only accepted but more actively understood.
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