Final Profession of Sister Laetitia Therese of Divine Mercy, O.C.D.

Final Profession of Sister Laetitia Therese of Divine Mercy, O.C.D.

Back to the Final Profession Page A Reflection by Sister Laetitia Therese, O.C.D. As I prepare for my perpetual profession, I am filled with gratitude and a sense of awe. I am grateful for having been chosen by God to be totally consecrated to Him through a religious...
Sense of Humor

Sense of Humor

What Kind of Rice Is That?!By Sister Mary Scholastica, O.C.D. I signed up to make creamy chicken soup with wild rice for our sisters’ Easter Sunday lunch.  To show how clueless I am in the kitchen, I figured the rice comes in a box and the chicken comes already cooked...

Celebrating Victories

Join us in thanking God for his many blessings! We are celebrating the lives of five of our Santa Teresita Manor residents who BEAT COVID-19! Residents in their 70s and of ages 87, 98, and 101 years and their families are praising God for this blessing and for the...
Plunge into the Merciful Heart of God

Plunge into the Merciful Heart of God

By Sister Isabelle, OCD Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place my trust in YOU! These are the last words that our religious family says together each night as we kneel before Jesus in the Tabernacle. Kneeling with Mary at the foot of the Cross, with our arms outstretched...

Gift of Priesthood

Praying for priests is central to our vocation as Carmelites. On Holy Thursday, the day we commemorate the Institution of the Eucharist and of the Priesthood, we hold our priests in prayer in a special way. Praying with the words of St. Therese: “This is the...