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.
With the hustle and bustle of holiday preparations, it is easy to forget the four weeks before Christmas. Advent is a time of quiet anticipation, during which we prepare our souls to welcome the birth of our Infant Savior. Advent calendars often feature snippets of the Nativity story or Bible verses to inspire daily Advent devotions, while counting off the days in anticipation of Christmas. So we now invite you to join us in following our virtual Advent calendar, as we count down the days to Baby Jesus’ birth!
Mercy Rushes In
The December Handmaidens will be a special one with an opportunity for a Day of Prayer, and ending with Las Posadas, dinner and Christmas Caroling in the neighborhood.
In the silence of your heart, do you wonder if our Lord is calling you? Our ‘Come and See’ experience is coming to Alhambra, CA!
January Handmaidens will meet at Santa Teresita for evening prayer, potluck, conference, Adoration, Dessert and discussion. Topic: “Cause of Our Joy”
Can God really fix this?
Transforming Frailty into Glory
Like so many of God’s gifts, they are almost unnoticed, taken for granted, and sometimes even forgotten
Saint Nicholas walked in the footsteps of Jesus. He believed His Word and lived it. What a wonderful example for our seminarians, priests and bishops.
Promoting a deeper spiritual life among God's people