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Br. Ton Sison, C.PP.S., spoke at the Religious Brothers Symposium on March 25. The symposium was held at the University of Notre Dame, and over 215 people attended. The keynote address was delivered by Br. John Mark Falkenhain, OSB, and Br. Ton Sison, C.PP.S., was one of two brothers invited to respond to his address. You can view his response below.

For more information about the Brothers Symposium, visit: http://www.yearforconsecratedlife.com

 

A Mutual Commitment

When James Smith and Matt Keller made a lifelong commitment to the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, James’ favorite moment was the exchange of peace among the Missionaries during the liturgy. It came home to him that he was, indeed, coming home.

Not Just on My Own

As he makes his lifelong commitment (definitive incorporation) with the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, James Smith, C.PP.S., reflects that it’s not a step he had to take on his own – his religious community fully supports him and fellow candidate Matt Keller, C.PP.S.

Glory Be to Jesus

“Glory Be to Jesus” is a Precious Blood hymn that is sung with gusto at Community celebrations at St. Charles Center. Here, Fr. Vince Wirtner, C.PP.S., presides at the end of a Mass for Companions (lay associates) at the 2016 provincial assembly in May, in the Assumption Chapel at St. Charles Center, Carthagena, Ohio.

 

Stemming Chicago Gun Violence

Hear Fr. David Kelly, C.PP.S., talk about the "radical hospitality" of the Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation in Chicago, and the restorative justice that is championed there.

 

Enjoy a song written by Fr. James Bender, C.PP.S.

Thanks to Deacon Tomás Alva, C.PP.S., for putting this together.

Snapshots 1947-2015

A picture description on the ministry of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood in Chile created by Fr. Antonio Baus, C.PP.S. for the 2015 Provincial Assembly.

Recessional Hymn, Closing Liturgy of the 2015 Provincial Assembly

Recessional Hymn sung for the Closing Liturgy of the 2015 Provincial Assembly.



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