Collaborative Ministries

Brunner Literacy Center

In 2010, two Sisters of the Precious Blood, Sisters Helen Weber and Maryann Bremke, both long-time educators, entertained a dream of establishing a literacy center in the northwest corner of Montgomery County. The literacy need among this underserved population is critical. Father William O’Donnell, pastor of Dayton Precious Blood Parish, supported the Sisters’ dream and offered the use of an empty retail building that had been previously donated to the Parish. The dream took shape rapidly. Read More

C.PP.S. Heritage Mission Fund

The CPPS Heritage Mission Fund is a singular donor/sponsored Fund originated by the Sisters of the Precious Blood in Dayton, Ohio in 2017. The Sisters of the Precious Blood have been blessed in many ways for over 180 years. Over 1800 women have dedicated their lives through membership in the Sisters of the Precious Blood. Through their lives of sacrifice, a simple lifestyle, and sound and frugal financial management, the Sisters find themselves in the privileged position of being able to share their blessings through financial assistance. In this way they are able to support groups and organizations that are also ministering to God’s people in a way consistent with Precious Blood values and spirituality. Read More

Organizations the Sisters continue to support financially:

Homefull, Food for the Journey, Miami Valley Meals, Brigid’s Path, House of Bread, St. Mary Development Corporation, Mercy Manor, Elizabeth’s New Life Center, Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics, Tender Mercies, Habitat for Humanity, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation, Earthlinks, Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center, SOAR!, Su Casa, Friends in Solidarity and more. Read More

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