Night at the Races is Back!

July 26, 2022

Since arriving in America nearly a century ago, the Sisters of the Redeemer have responded to the needs of poor, sick, and underserved persons. Considering the demands of the times, the Sisters established ministries—one by one—most of them now part of Redeemer Health, formerly Holy Redeemer Health System. Over the years, our ministries expanded beyond...

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The Sisters of the Redeemer Mourn Sister Sophia Galm, CSR

June 22, 2022

Sister M. Sophia Galm, 91, a Sister of the Redeemer who was called by God to be a healing presence in a hurting world, died while in hospice care at St. Joseph Manor on June 20, 2022. Raised in Kirchzell, Germany, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Helene Galm. She is survived...

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Sisters Break Ground on Barn at Their Redeemer Valley Farm

April 19, 2022

The Sisters of the Redeemer held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new 6,500-square-foot barn at Redeemer Valley Farm on April 12, 2022. The barn will be located on 115 acres of land in Huntingdon Valley, Pa., which currently houses the Farm’s community garden as well as the Sisters’ Chapel and former Provincialate. The barn represents...

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The Chosen: Join us for Viewing and Discussion of Season One

March 23, 2022

Led by Sr. Maryanne King, the Sisters of the Redeemer invite you to join us in watching and discussing the TV show, The Chosen. The Chosen is about the story of Jesus Christ and His Ministry with the disciples. The amazing story of God’s love to humanity. It brings out the moments in Jesus Christ’s...

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Join the Sisters for a Triduum Retreat During Holy Week

March 21, 2022

Experience a profound and enlightening Holy Week. The Sisters of the Redeemer offer their beautiful campus and solemn spaces  in Meadowbrook, Pa. for you to experience the Triduum—the three days in the liturgical calendar that commemorate Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection. This extraordinary retreat begins at 4:30 p.m. with a light supper followed by the...

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Sisters: What We Look Like from the Inside

March 11, 2022

During Catholic Sisters Week, women religious become aware of the world looking at us. Some have little experience of Sisters and may envision only “movie nuns” who look like Audrey Hepburn, Meryl Streep, Whoopi Goldberg, or Maggie Smith. Some have only childhood memories of teachers with no other life than their classroom presence. Over the...

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The Sisters of the Redeemer Conclude Province Chapter with Leadership Elections

July 14, 2021

The Sisters of the Redeemer, American Province, concluded their Province Chapter on July 10. Province Chapter is a time during which the Sisters both reflect over the past five years and look towards the future, setting priorities and direction for the next five years. The theme for the 11th Province Chapter was “Drawn by Redeeming...

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Join Us for Finding Rest and Renewal for Those in Healthcare- A Virtual Reflection

June 1, 2021

We recognize many people who work in healthcare are emotionally, physically, and spiritually exhausted and are grieving those they have lost in their lives throughout this pandemic. Many may be searching for new meaning and purpose after this year and may be wondering how to make sense of the pain, loss, and devastation. For this...

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Proclaiming Hope: The Sisters Respond to the Pandemic with Their Healing Presence

March 15, 2021

More than 200 years ago in France, Blessed Alphonse Maria Eppinger, then Elisabeth Eppinger, was born during challenging times—disease, poverty, and war ravaged in her village and beyond. Instead of being discouraged by the pain she witnessed, she was enlightened by the direct connection she saw between the suffering of Jesus Christ and the suffering...

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The Sisters of the Redeemer Mourn Sr. Ursulina Keller

January 27, 2021

Sr. M. Ursulina Keller, 86, a Sister of the Redeemer for nearly 60 years, died January 25, 2021. Born Hildegard Maria Barbara Keller on August 15, 1934 in Würzburg, Germany, she was the daughter of the late Klara and Franz Keller. She is survived by two nieces and extended family in Germany. In 1945, she...

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