On this day, Monday April 16, at The Catholic University of America, in Washington DC, Sister Maria del Fiat Miola, SSVM, earned a Doctorate degree in Early Christian Studies, after having defended her dissertation, which is entitled “Spaces of Salvation in Sixth-Century Arles: The Women's Monastery as Household and Family.”
Before God, and all the saints, I make a vow forever to live chaste, poor, and obedient, in order to follow the Incarnate Word more intimately
There is no greater motive for joy than the Resurrection of the Lord because his triumph is our triumph
I greet all of you with great joy on this Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church, and day on which we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the foundation of our Institute.
On January 29, 1568, in Alcoy a small yet prosperous village of the Kingdom of Valencia (under the reign of Aragon),
On January 15 Mother Corredentora, Superior General, began an intense ten day trip to visit the communities in Mexico and Florida.