Newsletter February 2018

January 29, 2018

Upcoming Events

World Day of  Consecrated Life
February 2nd  2018
What is this day about?

Come and Sea Discernment Weekend: February 2 – 4, 2018
5:00PM Friday—2:00PM Sunday
Chestnut Hill College
Curious about religious life?
Asking what difference would this life choice make for me and the life of the world?
Come and join other women and men, ages 21-45, who are exploring these questions.
For more info please contact Sr. Kim Kessler CSR.

Ash Wednesday February 14th.
Join us for this simple and profound beginning of Lent.
Mass with distribution of ashes at 6:45am in our Redeemer Chapel.

Eucharistic Adoration: February 2nd.
First Friday of each month between 3-5pm all are welcome to make a visit the Blessed Sacrament in our Redeemer Chapel.

Evening Mass & Supper February 26th:
Join Sisters for Mass and a simple meal.
Last Monday of each month at 6pm at our Province Center. Respond here to attend.

Redeemer Associate Gathering February 8th.
Associates meet the 2nd Thursday of each month to share in the charism, mission and core values of the Sisters of the Redeemer through times of prayer, service and celebration while maintaining their own lifestyle. Learn more

Called to Life: Tuesdays beginning February 20th @ 7pm 
During this season of Lent, we will be exploring questions about our life’s purpose and how to listen for God in our everyday.
Join us and other Young Adults (ages 20-35) to grow in your faith and unpack some of the questions you might have about the meaning of your life and work.
For more info contact us.

Summer Garden Internship:                              
SERVE at Redeemer Valley Garden for 3 weeks.
LEARN about sustainable growing practices.
GROW spiritually and live together in community sharing meals and prayer.
Learn more about this exciting new opportunity!




A Note of Thanks

5 students from Notre Dame made an Urban Plunge into Philadelphia during their  winter break. They stayed with us while participating in  various service activities to increase their awareness of the causes and faces of poverty.


Lent is approaching.  How fitting that it begins on Valentine’s Day this year!
It is a season to remember God came to dwell among to show us the face of love and because of this,God revealed the ultimate act of love: self-surrender.