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

Independence Franciscans welcome newly professed sister

“Dear daughter, what do you ask of God and of His Church?”

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.

August 14, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph