May 2020

Monthly e-newsletter giving witness to our Precious Blood Spirituality,
grounded in Catholic Social Teaching and Gospel values

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Sr. Joyce Ann Zimmerman teaching the novices May 2017
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Living Laudato Si at the 5th anniversary of the encyclical: CPPS property to produce more solar energy

As part of the Congregation’s guiding principles, the Sisters of the Precious Blood cherish life in all of its manifestations — including continuing and expanding efforts regarding care of our endangered earth. This is our duty as Catholics and as religious women dedicated to the Precious Blood of Jesus, poured out for all people and the earth. Read More

Everything Flows from …

Such strange times in which we live! Strange (at least at the time of this writing) because our contacts with others are limited, our daily routine is disrupted, uncertainty is playing on our nerves, but especially strange because we can no longer gather together to celebrate liturgy, especially at this most important liturgical season! And yet, our faith reminds us that the risen Christ is alive and very much present to us. As a Sister of the Precious Blood, this risen Life is very much at the heart of who I/we are. Read More

Letter from Chile:
Nurturing our Precious Blood spirituality while in isolation

In December, we three Precious Blood Sisters in Chile — myself, Sister Noemí Flores and Sister Rita Manríquez Silva — moved to a new area of Santiago. This was a result of the social disorder Chile suffered from October through February, which caused much instability throughout the country, especially the capital city. Read More

Precious Blood spirituality offers connection in the human and natural worlds

In these unusual times we find many challenges of a very new kind. It is a time of learning how to connect with others in new ways. Many of us are on “shut down,” confined to our homes in the midst of the COVID-19 health crisis. Where is our “connectedness”? Read More

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