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Nonviolence Article by Sister Anne McCarthy published in online journal

January 14, 2020

Sister Anne’s article is titled: “Nonviolence: Building Gospel-based Communities Addressing Situations of Violence.” In her words: “In this article, I will reflect on the Gospel basis for nonviolence and Catholic social teaching ... .

Canisius at the Mount—A wonderful gift!

January 12, 2020

Another successful Winter Break Service Trip--Canisius College at Mount St. Benedict Monastery!

TEAM EFFORT and a SPECIAL EVENT that promises to be a FUN TIME

January 10, 2020

Gannon women's basketball partners with Erie Catholic in the SERVE Game to address youth poverty in Erie--the perfect opportunity to work together to serve and care for impoverished youth.

Proceeds from Evergreen Branches benefit Emmaus Ministries

January 10, 2020

Local Christmas tree seller Jerry Gorniak had good luck this year – which also means that Emmaus Soup Kitchen had luck, too.

Upholding the Benedictine Charism of Peace

January 8, 2020

“The Benedictine Sisters of Erie strive to uphold the Benedictine charism of peace in any and all situations, especially in response to the escalating tensions with Iran,” said Sister Anne Wambach, Prioress.

Frigid Frolic benefits Emmaus Ministries

January 7, 2020

Lake Erie Cyclepaths gets the New Year off to a great start with an event that donates blankets, hats, gloves, and scarves for Emmaus Ministries.

A World of Possibilities

In Genesis 12:2 God says: “I will bless you … so that you will be a blessing.” The New Testament Beatitudes, the teachings of Jesus, provide the blueprint to accomplish this. As we give thanks for our blessings we are also called to reflect on how we have been and can be blessing for others.

You are the salt of the earth; and you are the light of the world: let it shine on all nations; give praise to our God, may God give us peace.

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