Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand are offering a program, “Eucharist: Called, Nourished, and Sent,” that will explore why the Sunday Eucharist is called the source and summit of our faith.Learn More
Sister Joella Kidwell has been re-elected president of the Federation of St. Gertrude, a group of 15 autonomous Benedictine monasteries with 629 sisters spread across the United States and Canada.Learn More
The vocations department of the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana, has a new leadership team of co-directors Sister Teresa Gunter and Sister Anita Louise Lowe.Learn More
Four Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana, will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their profession of monastic vows on August 23 at Monastery Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand.Learn More
In her moving reflection at the July 17 funeral for Sister Maria Tasto, Sister Kathryn Huber captured so well how Sister Maria helped so many...Learn More
By Kate Bittner, The Message Intern -- The Camp Marian retreat with the Sisters of St. Benedict in Ferdinand started more than a dozen years ago, and it has been booming ever since.Learn More
Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand are offering a program, “Introduction to Centering Prayer,” that will explain this unique, simple, non-denominational form of praying and provide an opportunity for practice.Learn More
Then you're in good company. To some, a vocation is simply a job or a trade. To us, it is a calling to dedicate our lives to serving the world in God’s name. We all have jobs – our many ministries – but our call is a deeper need to use our gifts as part of a community devoted to seeking God. What is your calling?