Sisters of Reparation
of the Sacred Wounds of Jesus
The daily routine of the Sisters of Reparation includes : Daily Mass, the Divine Office, Community and private prayer time, the Rosary, and Adoration. The Sisters enjoy each others' company while they pray, work, and recreate together. They create harmony as they share their ideas and plans. Whatever work is at hand, they all work together to accomplish it.
The Sisters are living the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy that our Catholic Church encourages us to do. To them the Franciscan spirit is an every day practice.
They are very easy to recognize where ever they are. In honor of the joys and sorrows of our Blessed Mother Mary, they wear a beautiful powder blue habit, with navy blue accessories. The implements of the crucifixion are embroidered on their collar, and around their neck they wear a silver medal of the Suffering Christ. There is a red and white shield worn over their heart that says: "I will freely sacrifice to you, O Lord, with joy."
There are many lay people, (they call them Donnes), who are devoted to the same goals. They support the Sisters in their projects and through their works. Would you be interested in learning more about being a Donne?
The Sisters help many to develop the skills that God gave them. Some things that they are able to share are:
Have YOU ever thought of YOUR vocation?
If you have a willing spirit and a joyful heart you may want to consider contacting us! There are vocation discernment retreats held several times through the year. Private appointments are available.
Contact Vocation Directress:
503 236-4207 or firstname.lastname@example.org