Life in abundance...

...that was (finally) possible again. Lively days lie behind us. Sisters from Germany, Peru and India met in the so-called intermediate chapter. A report about it can be found here.

We are happy that the Corona situation allows us to welcome guests again, at least to a small extent. You can find the latest information here. Nevertheless, we ask you to keep checking back at short notice to see if there is any change.

And inspiration for a colourful life in abundance you will find here.

Your Franciscan Sisters of Vierzehnheiligen

 

News from the Congregación

It has been 40, 50, 60 and 65 years since 14 Sisters made their profession. We celebrated the jubilee with them in a solemn service.

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On 16 August 2022, the time had come: 28 capitulars from Germany, India and Peru began the so-called "Intermediate Chapter" in the Motherhouse Vierzehnheiligen under the motto "Life in abundance".

 

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We are expecting the first women and children from Ukraine to come to Vierzehnheiligen. Do you want to support us?

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Our Franciscan Sisters Foundation in Croatia continues to help people without shelter. Now the earthquake victims are joined by people who had to flee from Ukraine.

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The Sisters of the Region Peru celebrated the 5th Regional Chapter in January.

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Full of joy we could thank Sr. Victoria for 25 years of profession in our Congregation.

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Sr. Magdalena says "yes and amen". First profession in the motherhouse.

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Eleven religious sisters recently renewed their professed vows in the pilgrimage basilica of Vierzehnheiligen. For this reason, Archbishop Ludwig Schick had come from the Domberg to the Holy Mountain in the "Garden of…

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A double jubilee was celebrated on Sunday afternoon in the Motherhouse Chapel of the Franciscan Sisters in Vierzehnheiligen. On the one hand, the Franciscan Sisters received their recognition as a diocesan congregation…

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"If it does you good, then come!"

 

(St. Francis of Assisi)