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Our Mission
As Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, we believe God calls us to be a sign in the world of the power of the Eucharistic Christ to effect unity and community among all peoples.

Thou hast two ears; be open to the needs of the neighbor; but be open to the voice of the beloved who dwells in thee. Saint Katharine Drexel

 pope-francis-monthly-prayer-intentions3-2-300x123February 2017 Comfort for the Afflicted.

That all those who are afflicted, especially the poor, refugees, and marginalized, may find welcome and comfort in our communities.

 

 


Immigration is the international movement of people into a destination country of which they are not natives or where they do not possess citizenship in order to settle or reside there, especially as permanent residents or naturalized citizens, or to take-up employment as a migrant worker.

http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/prayers-and-devotions/prayers/prayer-for-migrants-and-refugees.cfm


Mission Statement

Grounded by our belief in Jesus Christ and Catholic teaching, Migration and Refugee Services (MRS) fulfills the commitment of the U.S. Catholic bishops to protect the life and dignity of the human person. We serve and advocate for refugees, asylees, migrants, unaccompanied children, and victims of human trafficking. http://www.usccb.org/about/migration-and-refugee-services/index.cfm—Approved by the USCCB Committee on Migration November 10, 2013
   


Lord Jesus, today you call us to welcome the members of God’s family who come to our land to escape familyoppression, poverty, persecution, violence, and war. Like your disciples, we too are filled with fear and doubt and even suspicion. We build barriers in our hearts and in our minds.

Lord Jesus, help us by your grace,

  • To banish fear from our hearts, that we may embrace each of your children as our own brother and sister;
  • To welcome migrants and refugees with joy and generosity, while responding to their many needs;
  • To realize that you call all people to your holy mountain to learn the ways of peace and justice;
  • To share of our abundance as you spread a banquet before us;
  • To give witness to your love for all people, as we celebrate the many gifts they bring.

http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/prayers-and-devotions/prayers/prayer-for-migrants-and-refugees.cfm                           

 

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