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I am the archivist for the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity. I want to thank you for the wonderful presentation on the Missionary Cenacle Family! Great job! Thanks.
S. Terry Ahern, MSBT
We live at Holy Trinity, ALabama, where Fr. Judge’s lay missionary movement gave birth to our two religious communities. This is such a wonderful and creative way for others to have an historic sense of our story. Our thanks to Beth Nicol and to the Vincentian Family. The Sisters at Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat.
I want to thank Beth Nicol and the Vincentian family for this wonderful presentation and creative way of allowing others see our roots in the Vincentian family history. I am in Chambersburg, PA and recently took some students from Shippensburg University about 1 hour south of us to see the daughters of Charity place in Emmitsberg, Maryland. We had a wonderful tour of Mother seton’s shrine and met so many Sisters. It was so easy for me to share how the Missionary Servant’s are like cousin’s to the Vincentian community! Now I think I will send this e mail to the students that were on the tour this past Saturday. Divine Providence comes in many forms, even the internet! Thanks for sharing and caring for the younger branch on the Vincentian tree! In the heart of Christ, Sr. Maria Therese, MSBT
Thanks everyone! Nice meeting you all in Indianapolis. Hope we can continue to work together as a family.
I enjoyed reviewing this timeline. I appreciate the original energy around the missionary call to all baptized persons. Fr. Judge and companions were prophetic. As Vincentian Family, I trust we continue to find ways to embrace that universal call to mission.
This was a great write up for a refresher in our own cenacle as well as using it to do our own recruitment. I hope to implement this in our process. Thank you.
Rita Tolbert from Living Waters in Pensacola F.
You’re welcome, Rita! God Bless You.
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