Monday, April 26

Saint Katharine Drexel, The Holy Heiress Docuseries

The path to sainthood often lasts centuries. In Katharine Drexel’s case, it would take just 45 years for canonization. “Canonization was the culmination of something really quite magical in that her life had touched so many people.

 

Rob Gutherman on St. Katharine’s Mission

Robert Gutherman, witness to St. Katharine’s first miracle, wanted to share his thoughts and favorite prayer honoring Mother Katharine’s mission.

 

Journey to Canonization

Do you know about St. Katharine’s miracles that led her to be canonized? Why do you think that they were both centered around hearing? Read more here!

http://www.katharinedrexel.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Journey-to-Canonization.pdf

 

Reflection on the Blessed Sacrament – Blog by Sr. Annette

The Eucharist is at the heart of our Charism and Mission. Through the gifts of community and service, we are called to address the hungers of the world and to share the bread of our lives in a spirit of generosity, joy, and gratitude. Our desire to effect unity and community among all peoples impels us to oppose all forms of prejudice, racism, and oppression. Read this reflection from Sr. Annette O’Donnell about the blessing of the Eucharist.

https://sannettemarie.blogspot.com/2021/04/social-justice-virtual-event-42621.html

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