Catholic Vocations Reflection Silent Night Podcast

Sister JulieAnn Sheahan

December 21, 2017

This Christmas Season Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity offer the traditional hymn Silent Night with music from Nick Kickenapp as a reflection. Enjoy images from the recent support of Holy Family, Marinette, WI; St. Clement, Sheboygan, WI; Holy Name, Sheboygan, WI; Our Lady of the Lakes/St. Nicholas Chapel, Random Lake, WI; Marian Center, Milwaukee, WI and St. Anastasia, Waukegan, IL. May the Lord bless you!

Founded in 1869, our Roman Catholic Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity charism comprises Simplicity, Joyful Acceptance of Poverty, Love For the Church, and Selfless Dedication to Others.

Our sisters in various stages of formation, from postulancy and novices to temporary vows have responded to their calling to follow St. Francis. Today, we strive to whole-heartedly live our vocation in the loving community spirit of our foundresses.

We serve in Catholic Health Care, Education and Parishes as well as special ministries such as Medical Ethics and Music Education and Campus Ministry outreach in the Catholic Archdioceses of St. Louis, Omaha and Phoenix, and the Dioceses of Green Bay WI, Columbus OH, Jackson MS, Marquette MI, Steubenville OH and Tucson AZ. (Photo of singing angel: Good Shepherd, Chilton, WI)

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