Pizza! Pizza! That is what the children were chanting last week. Little Caesars pizza was delivered to the Kids Cafe on Wednesday for the after-...
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How Your Gift to the Benedictine Sisters Makes a Difference
For more than 150 years the Benedictine Sisters of Erie have listened with the ear of our hearts to the needs of our region, our country, and our world. We have always relied on the financial generosity of others to help us address the needs of the Sisters and all those we serve.
Today, more than ever, the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, with our Oblates and our co-workers, continue our Mission and vision for a world where all people are treated with dignity and respect, where all creation is seen as sacred.
Making a gift to the Benedictine Sisters of Erie is so important! Your financial help makes it possible for us to continue our Charism of:
• Community prayer and spirituality
• Ministry to the poor and disadvantaged
• Working for justice, especially for women and children
• World peace and disarmament
• Stewardship, sustainability and partnership with the Earth
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Every gift makes a difference...Thank You
Your gift to the Benedictine Sisters of Erie can make the difference in the lives of thousands of children, women and men of all faiths. Your support makes you a partner in our ministries and connects you in a unique way to our Community.
You journey with us, in doing our best to follow the long and proud tradition of Benedict’s Rule, to “revere one another…think deeply about life everyday…pray daily…and live as community.”
On behalf of the Sisters, THANK YOU for your kindness and generosity!
Sister Anne Wambach, OSB, Prioress
P.S. Please join us today with a generous donation by check or credit card online.
Need help? Contact the Development Office
Development Office Staff and Volunteers:
(seated) Sister Dona Obenrader, volunteer, Sister Mary Jane Vergotz, director, Patti Eichen, staff
(standing) Oblate Barbara Roseboro, volunteer, Oblate Ann Comstock, database administrator and SBAAlum coordinator and Oblate Jo Clarke, Director of Annual Giving
A Donor's Story
Where your money goes
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