Providing shelter to Ukrainian refugees in Poland

Email from Sister Noemi Raczkowska, SDSGoczałkowice, Poland Poland is one of many European countries offering refuge to over 1 million Ukrainians. In a recent email to our U.S. Salvatorian Sisters, Polish Provincial, Sister Noemi Raczkowska, SDS, shares her perspective on the current refugee crisis, it’s impact on Poland, and how our Sisters are helping. “Regarding…

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Salvatorian Sisters say, Bucks in 6!

Wisconsin sports teams can always count on the Salvatorian Sisters to cheer them on. Come football season, Sister Virginia Honish pulls out her array of Green Bay Packer attire. Whereas Sisters Betty Vetter, Carol Jean Zais, and Judy Sullivan try to attend a couple Brewers games each season. So, how are Sisters of the Divine…

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Together, we wield the power of prayer

As members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, we stand with the other more than 1300 leaders of Catholic sisters nationwide as we make this statement: The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) joins with the world in praying for peace after witnessing the violence and lawlessness yesterday in our nation’s capital. We are…

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Take Your Houseplants for a Walk

If Salvatorian Sisters took their plants for a walk, would they tie a string around the pot and stroll around the neighborhood? Or hold it in their arms and introduce it to their neighbors and friends? For the somewhat quirky “Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day”, we dug a little deeper into the relationships…

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Finding grace amid the pandemic

Our COVID-19 Response Our Salvatorian Sisters community remains vigilant in both prayers and precautions to slow the spread of COVID-19. We pray for ALL those who are doing their best to lead us, our heroic medical and health care workers, and everyone who suffers from physical illness or anxiety in this uncertain time. Thus far,…

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A Woman Named Emily

By Sister Patrice Colletti, SDS In addition to teaching (which we are doing remotely now), I am part of St. Kateri Parish’s ministry to the homebound. Normally, I visit with four people at Tekakwitha Living Center, our local skilled nursing facility. One of them is one of Sister Irene’s sisters, Teresa, and another is Celine,…

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