Time for Novice and Postulant Mission Experiences

by Sister Julie Ann on January 7, 2013

The beginning of the new year lends itself to a change of pace for Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity Novice Sister Regina Rose and Postulant Rexann. Now is the time to integrate contemplation and action at one of our smaller local communities of Sisters. These periods of formative activity, besides providing our new members with a progressive preparation for the work of the apostolate, can also be a value by bringing attention to aspects of poverty- hard work in a real and living context. It allows for sharpening their knowledge of our Community ministries and offers a deeper knowledge of people in general.

Sister Regina Rose is with our Sisters at St. Agnes Convent, Green Bay, WI. Here she is living with a community of 4 Sisters involved at St. Agnes Parish, Holy Family School and the Diocese of Green Bay Office of Religious Education.

Rexann’s licensed practical nurse and current studies to become a registered nurse  were taken into consideration with her being sent to St. Paul Convent, Kaukauna, WI.  Here she is living in community with 3 Sisters involved at St. Paul Elder Services, Inc. The Sisters are the first to welcome new clients into the facility, available to direct visitors to patient rooms and assist with transporting residents from their room to anywhere on campus, plan the daily liturgies at St. Paul Home and instruct all employee on the mission of Jesus’ healing ministry.

We hope to share more photos in the days ahead. Sister Regina Rose and Rexann packed digital cameras.

4 thoughts on “Time for Novice and Postulant Mission Experiences”

  1. Sister Mary Ann says:

    Prayers are with you Sister Regina Rose and Rexann! I’m sure the Sisters on your mission experience will share many things with each of you! Do enjoy this time!

  2. Sister Cyrilla says:

    We hope you have a blessed mission experience.

  3. I’m really looking forward to more pictures and reflections on the “mission experiences.” I loved my mission experiences and learned so much, especially noting why we were learning somethings in formation.

  4. Ah, more pictures. So glad both are receiving a variety of experiences.

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