Two more days to "Cycling with Sisters"

A group of cyclists committed to advancing the mission and image of Catholic sisters will cycle their way from North East, PA., to Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, on Monday, October 2, as a social media and pedaling pilgrimage to promote the social justice work of Catholic sisters. Cyclists on the 100-mile trek include Catholic sisters, communications professionals working for communities of Catholic sisters and members of Communicators for Women Religious (CWR), along with friends and others who support the cause. Click here to read and download a very informative fact sheet.

The Benedicitnes participating in the ride include Sisters Linda Romey, Anne McCarthy, Dina Lauricella and Val Luckey, and Oblate Jacqueline Small. Oblate Janice Etchison will accompany the group as a driver. Emmaus Ministries staff member Breanna Mekuly and volunteer Stephanie Ciner are also riding.

The group will arrive at Niagara Falls, Canada, where the annual Communicators for Women Religious (CWR) conference is being held Oct. 3-6.

Stay tuned for updates and live streams that will be posted throughout the day on Monday, October 2. Like the Erie Benedictines Facebook page by clicking here and follow us on Twitter by clicking here and you’ll get our posts throughout the day on Monday. Click here to download the prayer guide that includes brief information on social justice issues, some Catholic sisters’ initiatives on the issue and prayers on that issue.