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Fr. Jim Bacik Summer Lectures

Pope Francis and His Critics

July 20 and August 24


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All Good Things

    The Sisters' gift shop, All Good Things, is great for browsing - and buying! Unique to the shop are the "holy aromas" - soaps and lotions made in-house by the Sisters, handmade jewelry and a variety of greeting cards. Art works both from Sr. Jane Mary's studio and beautiful one-of-a-kind tie-dyed scarves by Sr. Sharon Havelak are also available. Jana Whitmore, the Shop Manager, offers periodic art and craft sessions. The store is committed to offering Fair Trade items and all proceeds go to support the mission of the Sisters of St. Francis.
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  • Installing "Mary, the Immaculate Conception"

  •          Sr. Rachel enjoying time with Lourdes student.

  •          Sister from RCC enjoying an afternoon treat

    
UPCOMING EVENTS:


Friday, July 13, Noon -1:30 p.m.

Room 110 - St. Joseph Hall 

Campus Ministry invites everyone to an ice cream social to celebrate Founder's Day, which commemorates the day our Foundress Mother Adelaide professed her first vows 115 years ago.

All are welcome!

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MINI-PILGRIMAGE

July 13, 10 a.m. - Noon

Madonna Hall  Cost: $20

Come walk among the sites on campus that transport us to the lives of Saints Francis and Clare. The pilgrimage includes personal reflection and the history of the Sisters.

RSVP to Sr. Joan Jurski at jjurski@sistersosf.org or call 419-824-3528

 

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Bethany House Walk to End Domestic Violence

Saturday, July 15

Line up is at 9:30 a.m. (Arrive early for street parking)

Meet at the corner of Dorr St. and Smead Ave. 

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This walk is in conjunction with the 13th Annual African American Festival Parade and honors local women Katrina Cooper, Cora Crobin and Wendabi Triplett, as well as the thousands of others who tragically lose their lives to domestic violence each year. 

Cost: $20 Individuals/ $150 Group of 10

Register Online  

Your registration fees will benefit Bethany House, Toledo's only long-term shelter for domestic violence survivors. 

Bethany House is a  Ministry of  

the Sisters of St. Francis