Vestition of Four New Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus Christ

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Vestition of four new Sisters Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus Christ Sovereign Priest, on the Feast of St. Joseph, 2014 at the church of Sts. Michele e Gaetano in Florence, Italy. Please keep them and all the sisters in your prayers!


O Holy Spirit, Spirit of wisdom and divine love, impart Your knowledge, understanding, and counsel to youth that they may know the vocation wherein they can best serve God. Give them courage and strength to follow God's holy will. Guide their uncertain steps, strengthen their resolutions, shield their chastity, fashion their minds, conquer their hearts, and lead them to the vineyards where they will labor in God's holy service. Amen.


Anonymous,  Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 2:18:00 AM PST  

The Divine Providence´s ways are really endless: thanks God, the US nuns´ vocations are increasingly growing! The novitiate is located in a beautiful landscape, near Florence in Italy. Some US nuns are also in the Maria Engelport Convent, in Germany. The San Michele e Gaetano Church in Florence is desserved by the Institute of Christ the King of Gricigliano.

Anonymous,  Friday, January 2, 2015 at 4:38:00 AM PST  

Between the four new novices, two are from USA: Sister Emily-Marie of the Holy Name of Jesus and Sister Marie-Thérèse of Saint John, apostle of the Sacred Heart.

Anonymous,  Sunday, January 4, 2015 at 12:18:00 AM PST  

The other two novices are: Sister Jacques-Marie of the adoration of the Three Wise Man (from Germany) and Sister Sandra-Marie of the beauty of the love of God (from Sweden). The streets of Providence are really infinite!

Anonymous,  Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 3:55:00 AM PST  

Both these two U.S. nuns are now in the convent in Germany where they continue the novitiate. God bless them!

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