Sunday, 17 March 2013 23:21

Sisters

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While celebrating our Jubilee Year, Sisters Maksymiliana and Dawida visited our parishes in London and Toronto, where they spoke at the end of the Masses, about the Congregation, charism and ministry Sisters are engaged in. They also had an opportunity to learn the challenging game of golf, visit Ontario’s landmarks, and from Sep. 21-23 they lead over forty people in a retreat at the Michaelite House Retreat Centre. Even though it was the first trip to Canada, Sisters made an impact where ever they went. Way to go Sisters! We look to the day when the Michaelite Sisters will work and minister in Canada and USA.

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