Newsletter – December 2019

November 29, 2019

Upcoming Events   Advent Sunday Evening Prayer Services – each Sunday evening of Advent at 7pm at our Chapel.  All are welcome beginning Dec. 1st. We have chosen the theme, O Word of God, Come.   Feast of the Immaculate Conception – December 8th.  We celebrate this day as the Feastday of our American Province as...

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Sr. Alphonse Hamel Celebrates Her Diamond Jubilee

November 19, 2019

Joined by her religious sisters, family, and friends, Sr. (Mary) Alphonse Hamel, CSR, celebrated 60 years of consecrated life during a Jubilee Mass at the Redeemer Sisters’ Chapel on November 17, 2019. Sr. Alphonse was born in Laconia, N.H., and raised in Syracuse, N.Y. She first met the Sisters of the Redeemer in 1954, when...

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National Vocation Awareness Week: The Beauty of Religious Life

November 1, 2019

In celebration of National Vocation Awareness Week, Sr. Anita Bolton, Province Assistant and Holy Redeemer Health System Mission Integration representative, offers her reflection on “The Beauty of Religious Life.” The Beauty of Our Heritage of Healing Our congregation, what is now called Sisters of the Redeemer, was founded by Mother Alphonse Maria Eppinger in 1849...

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Newsletter – November 2019

October 30, 2019

Upcoming Events National Vocation Awareness Week – November 3 – 9th. The Sisters of the Redeemer will join the Catholic Church in observing National Vocation Awareness Week November 3-9. A celebration dedicated to promoting vocations to ordained ministry and consecrated life through prayer and education, it is also a time to renew our prayers and...

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Newsletter – October 2019

September 30, 2019

Upcoming Events Feast of St. Teresa of Avila – On October 15th the Church and our Congregation celebrate the life and faith of St. Teresa.  She is one of the patron saints of our Congregation for her contemplative yet active spirit.       Come & See Retreats– Seeking a deeper relationship with God? We offer retreats...

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Feast of Blessed Alphonse Maria Eppinger

September 9, 2019

Today is an extraordinary day for the Sisters of the Redeemer, as we celebrate the Feast of our Founder, Blessed Alphonse Maria Eppinger. September 9 was selected as the official Feast Day recognized throughout the world, as it marks the anniversary of Blessed Alphonse Maria’s birth in Niederbronn, France in 1814. Additionally, the year of...

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Three Installed as Redeemer Ministries Sponsor Board Members

August 7, 2019

During a second special Mass this month, the Sisters of the Redeemer welcomed three new members to the Redeemer Ministries Sponsor Board on Aug. 6, 2019. In partnership with the Sisters, the Sponsor Board is entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring the oversight of the Catholic identity of Holy Redeemer Health System while remaining loyal...

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New Province Leadership Installed During Special Mass

August 5, 2019

Surrounded by family and friends, the Sisters of the Redeemer celebrated the installation of their new Leadership Team during a Mass on August 1, 2019, at their Chapel in Meadowbrook. The new Leadership team was announced following a special Chapter of Elections in late June. Sr. Ellen Marvel, who most recently served as Province Assistant,...

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Newsletter – August 2019

July 31, 2019

Upcoming Events   Feast of St. Alphonsus Ligouri –  Founder of the Redemporists, this Patron Saint of our Congregation inspired our own Foundress, Blessed Alphonse Maria, and continues to inspire us to give witness to the redeeming love of Christ in our care of the most vulnerable.  “O God, inflame our hearts with the Spirit...

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Sisters of the Redeemer Call for Justice for Immigrants at the U.S. Border

July 16, 2019

As Sisters of the Redeemer, we are dedicated to affirming the sacredness of all human life. We embrace our call to be a healing presence in the world, and since our founding, we have cared for, comforted, and healed those in need including immigrants, refugees, and migrants. We join in union with the many congregations...

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