Passionist Nuns Autumn Newsletter

16 New Passionist Oblates make their Act of Oblation. Seen here with their retreat director Fr. Lou Caporiccio, CPM at left and Msgr. Bernard Powers at right.

16 New Passionist Oblates make their Act of Oblation. Seen here with their retreat director Fr. Lou Caporiccio, CPM at left and Msgr. Bernard Powers at back right.

Hello from the cloister! A blog post is long-overdue.

Here is a link to our recent newsletter and Sr. Mary Dolores’ obituary.

This newsletter features

  • Sr. Frances Marie’s vestition
  • Sr. Ann Miriam’s obituary
  • News about our sixteen newest Passionist Oblates
  • Vocation Promotion Update
  • The Year of Consecrated Life article: Religious Life – A Living Liturgy

We hope you find it inspiring! 

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3 thoughts on “Passionist Nuns Autumn Newsletter

  1. I was looking forward to reading your latest newsletter but unfortunately cant gain access. I keep getting a message that there is a server error. Love the photo of the new Oblates and wish them well.

      • I tried to open it this morning and it says the file in damaged. I could open the other news letters from the past, but the Autumn 2015 one on my computer won’t open.

        It is really nice that these are online for people to see. I will let people know.

        Congratulations to all of the new Oblates.

        Blessings,
        Larena

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