May 17: LESANs and OPSANs Present
Resource for Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary Sisters
The Program Outline: The Style, the Spirit, the Substance
2:00pm to 3:00pm. Greetings and Luncheon Exchange to the soothing sway of music.
3:00pm to 4:00pm: Showers of Blessings: Scriptural Reading, Homily and Melodies. You may not want to miss the faith soaring opening.
4:00pm-6:00pm: Presentations, Fundraisings, Acknowledgments, Ovations. This eclectic segment contains elements for Memories and bound for the Holy Rosary Archives and the Alma Mater
6:00pm -8:00pm: O When the LESANs and OPSANs come Marching In! Tribute Videos requested by the Holy Rosary Sisters. Learn some Irish Steps. The Music plays on. Fundraising. Fun in Context. Benediction. The grand finale is a testament so profound.
"None of us wanted to come home. We all expected we’d die in Africa and be buried there.” Sister Conchita of the Killeshandra Nun
Named for Bishop Joseph Shanahan, who founded the Missionary of the Holy Rosary Sisters Congregation in 1924, the building was inaugurated in August 2014. They have survived dreary conditions but with $4 million in debt to build their retirement home, it is their greatest challenge. While first to raise and give, they are last to ask and receive for their own solace. Sharing your time and from the abundance of your heart, any amount reduces the debt and brings comfort to the Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary. Make the East Coast kick-off a gift from your heart to theirs.
You can read more about this profound cause in an article:
The Bravery and Story of the Killeshandra Nun
On how they started through the decades, READ MORE