Friday, June 14, 2013

Sr. Cecilia on the radio and Sr. Gabriella in the National Catholic Register!

You can listen to an interview with Sr. Cecilia this weekend on Living Bread Radio! (1060 AM in the Cleveland, Akron and Canton, Ohio, area and 89.5 FM in Mahoning County, Ohio)  If you're not in the listening area, you can still listen online on their website.  Click on the "Listen Live" button.  Her interview will  air on the local weekly show called "Around the Town" on Saturday, June 15, at 11:30 a.m. and Sunday, June 16, at 6:30 p.m.  After this weekend it will also be posted on this page (click on the link for AT_11: air date 6-15-13).  Sr. Cecilia was interviewed earlier this week and answered questions about Christ the Bridegroom Monastery, how she heard the call to the monastic life, the Eastern monastic habit and more!

Sr. Gabriella appeared recently in Catholic media too!  She was interviewed for a National Catholic Register article about the Magdala Apostolate.  This apostolate is "an outreach project of the Institute of Catholic Culture and is dedicated to providing sound doctrinal formation—both initial and ongoing—for women religious and novices, in accord with the Church’s call for a new evangelization and the mission of the Institute of Catholic Culture."  Through the Magdala Apostolate we are able to take live classes via the internet on topics of Scripture, catechetics, apologetics, and hopefully additional topics in the future.  We are so grateful for this opportunity, which has been truly enriching for us, and will benefit those we serve.  (If you are able, please financially support this apostolate!  The Institue for Catholic Culture relies totally on donations, and they promise to keep this program free for all religious communities who wish to participate!)  And don't forget to check out the article!

On another note, our Facebook page reached the 1,000 "likes" mark today!  We are feeling all of your love and support!  Know of our prayers for you!!

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