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The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament:
Who We Are

We Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament consecrate ourselves to God in a free and total gift of self. The Eucharist, God's free and total gift to us, is the heart of our community and service.

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St. Katharine Drexel: Apostle to the Oppressed

In her life's span from 1858 to 1955 Katharine's activity was phenomenal in its extent and breath. This affluent socialite put not only her wealth at the service of the poor and oppressed, but made a total gift of herself to Christ and his people.

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Visit the Shrine

Join us on Nov. 1 for a retreat led by Sr. Joanne Bauer, SBS. Theme: "HOW BLESSED ARE YOU!" 10 AM - 4 PM. Includes lunch and praise music by FACEDOWN. $25 each ~ RSVP by October 24. 215-244-9900 X380

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National Shrine

Come, share your time with us. Visit the final resting place of St. Katharine Drexel, walk our sacred grounds, spend quiet time in Saint Elizabeth Chapel, see Native American and African exhibits, watch a presentation of Saint Katharine Drexel's life and visit our gift shop.

The National Shrine of St. Katharine Drexel

Plan Your Visit Today!

Be one of the many people who come to this holy and historic place. Spend time in prayer and learn about this extraordinary American woman - Saint Katharine Drexel.

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Our Mission

What the Sisters Do

We recognize in the poor the Body of Christ, and we live among them in the inner cities, on the reservations, in the North, South, East and West, respecting their cultures, praying and working by their sides for an end to poverty, racism and injustice.

Come and See

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