Tag Archives: Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist

Franciscan novice realizing her dream of religious life

Sister Colette Marie Jaros is living the life she dreamed of since she was a little girl.

Religious Sisters celebrate decades of keeping promises

Each year religious sisters of many orders celebrate the anniversaries of profession of vows with a renewal of those vows.

Kosovo refugee sends medical supplies to Kosovar hospitals

Imagine being 10 years old and having to flee your native land of Kosovo because of the Yugoslav/Albanian conflict which had been going on for years.

Celebrating 1,010 combined years of religious life

The theme was thankfulness as Bishop James Johnston, Jr. celebrated a Mass for Consecrated Life and Jubilarians Oct. 9 in Our Lady of the Angels Chapel at the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist.

Franciscan medical mission leverages tight resources

If life were a fairy tale and Paul Wilson had three wishes, this is what he would ask for, in order:

Saint Junipero Serra, evangelizer and founder of cities

It did not happen without controversy, because it cannot be denied that the Spanish colonization of California also brought with it a near-genocide of the native people.

‘A powerful witness to the Gospel’

The Feast of the Nativity of Mary, Sept. 8, was a most appropriate day to celebrate the 780 years of combined service offered to the church by 15 women religious.

Franciscan mission to save lives needs help – and lots of it – from God’s people

Sometimes, God has bigger plans.

Holy Eucharist Fraternity grows with 13 more Third Order Franciscans

The easy part was a couple of years of discernment, study, prayer and spiritual preparation and formation.

July 21, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph