Associate Sarah Abts and her husband, Howard experienced an amazing adventure this past summer, riding bicycles from California to Maine over several months.
November 6 - 9
“Those who do not know how to say the Office will be helped by those who do. Those who cannot read should say every morning 33 Pater Nosters and 33 Ave Marias…”
Throughout St. Angela’s writings we catch glimpses of opportunities where she definitely has the individual at heart. She strongly advocates respect and care for the individual no matter the circumstances of her background or abilities. This quote is an example of how she recognizes the differences in people and makes allowances so that they have the same opportunities but carry them out in different ways.
St. Angela loved her “daughters” as her own. She wanted them to be able to stand on their own feet, take responsibility, make decisions, and become independent thinkers. She invites us to be committed to assisting one another and our young ladies in taking up our tasks out of love and gentleness.
On Sunday, November 22nd, Barb Torio will become an Ursuline Associate. She shares her story here.
Sisters Donna Frey and Sandy Sherman were two of several guests visiting Sr. Carol Reamer in Peru for the recent celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of St. Angela Merici School founded by Louisville Ursulines’ mission there.
Sister M. Marcelline Zeiger was born Helen Zeiger in South Bend, IN on June 29, 1911.
Read the quotations included here and see what they say to you about a vocation to consecrated life.
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