Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help News
SISTER CAROLYN MRUZ, OSF
August 15, 1930 – July 18, 2022
SISTER ANGELITA LAWS, OSF
September 9, 1941 – July 1, 2022
Click to download the Laudato Si’ Action Platform Goal Resource Guide for Ecological Economics
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Click to download: Laudato Si' Action Platform Goal Resource Guide for Response to the Cry of the Earth
The more we practice and encourage daily collaborations, being neighborly despite our differences and “reaching across the aisle,” the better prepared we’ll be to take on issues that are too big for any one person or organization.
Violence and White Supremacy Cannot Stand Wed, 2022-05-18 07:49 by asanders Our hearts are breaking as we once again come face to face with the racial hatred and gun violence that infect our land. The members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious extend...
What does the word “tenderness” bring to mind? Is it a young mother gently brushing the hair aside from her sleeping infant’s forehead? The nurse speaking words of reassurance to a scared patient? The gray-haired man spoon-feeding his wife who no longer remembers his name? The pastor patiently guiding and comforting the struggling adolescent? All of these are reflections—human expressions—of the “tender mercy” of God in whose image and likeness we are made.
When we love someone and want to grow closer to them, we try to get to know them better. We wonder about their lives. We observe how they speak; how they act and react. We ask about their families, their occupations. We consider their thoughts, feelings, preferences, and priorities. As we understand them more, our love for them often grows.
We Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help share with you our Laudato Si’ Action Platform commitment.