Media Coverage 2011

Michigan Live – December 7, 2011
Sister Paul Gero is mentioned in a story on the Christmas Play at St. Pius X School in Flint, Mich.

Catholic Times September 4, 2011
Sisters of the Precious Blood were featured in an article about the newly elected Congregational leadership team.

Cincinnati C.PP.S. Newsletter — June 2011
Sisters of the Precious Blood are mentioned in an article about the eighth annual “Stepping up the Call.”

The Catholic Telegraph May 13, 2011
Sister Regina Albers discusses her varied ministries in the United States and in Latin America.

Troy Daily News — May 4, 2011
An gathering at Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics to explore the artistic value of numerous old works of art at the shrine was featured in several area newspapers.

Catholic Times – May 1, 2011
An article about “Stepping up the Call” – a pilgrimage for vocations.

The New Wine Press — March 2011
Sister Donna Liette writes about a trip to Rensselaer, Ind., with the Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation.

The Daily Standard – April 15, 2011
The Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics was honored by the Auglaize and Mercer Counties Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Dayton Daily News – April 7-13, 2011
An article about Sisters Maryann Bremke and Helen Weber opening the Brunner Literacy Center.

Catholic TelegraphJanuary 14, 2011
Dick McBride, a Dayton area businessman who has devoted most of his career to helping the poor, especially by providing affordable housing, is profiled. The article also featured Sister Rose Helen Wildenhaus, who has worked with McBride for many years on projects connected with St. Mary Development Corporation which provides low-cost elderly housing in Dayton.

Catholic Telegraph Vocations section — January 14, 2011
The Hoying family of religious is profiled. The article shares the story of six cousins who entered religious life, including three Precious Blood Sisters, two Missionaries of the Precious Blood priests and one Franciscan sister.

Catholic Times – January 9, 2011
An article about Maria Stein Shrine’s Pledge Partners campaign.

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