Happy birthday to our brother Brian! Here, the Vis companion and Director of St Jane House is pictured with Mary Johnson (From Death to Life) and Sr Mary Margaret.
Sisters, Companions, Friends! Sr Mary Virginia, Linda Goynes, Karen Westbrook, Monica Ngeno, Nancy Timmerman.
Where would we be without these Turning Point friends?
Sr Karen processes with her mother...
"Bring forth the kingdom!" Vis seniors Katie, Emma, Rayna, Meg, Annie, Maggie. #SeniorService
Vis Companions Retreat 2016: Forgiveness and Mercy
Welcome Brenda Lisenby to the novitiate! May 4, 2016
Sister Suzanne holds an image from the Pray to Love Exhibit by DaveHrbacek
Our Garden Blessing #RogationDays #LaudatoSi #Gardens #blessings #EarthDay #CloisterGarden http://www.visitationmonasteryminneapolis.org/our-blog/
Morning Prayer Pics; we welcome Brenda back from retreat, and guest Laura Kelly Fanucci. #livejesus #visitations
Neighborhood Clean up day! S Katherine with volunteers Peyton, Annie and David
S Mary Frances extends hospitality at St Jane House. #womensretreats #hospitality #JaneDeChantal
Women's retreat at St Jane House
Easter images: The delight of Companions
Easter images: S Mary Margaret arranges the Easter Altar
Easter guests: welcoming a neighbor!
S Mary Virginia and volunteer friend Ramone Colon
Bridging Ministry: Social Justice Forum at St. Patrick's in Edina
S. Mary Virginia, Katie Jo and Shane Claiborne, Bob Briscoe, S. Mary Frances
Welcome from the Visitation Sisters of Minneapolis!
We are present in inner city North Minneapolis to “Live Jesus” by being part of this multicultural community—to share prayer, hope and God’s blessings with the people in our neighborhood and to receive their blessedness. These, our friends, are drawn into a circle of faith that brings us all to a clearer vision of the face of God.
The Visitation Monastery of Minneapolis was founded in 1989. We conceived the Monastery in prayer and discernment as a desire to express Visitation contemplative life in a new way—a commitment to be one with those who live on the edge economically, and who are often marginalized by society.
Our urban monastery is a unique expression of monasticism and is part of the worldwide Order of the Visitation Sisters of Holy Mary, founded by St. Francis de Sales and St. Jane de Chantal in Annecy, France, in the year 1610.
May you find life, the steady, persistent pulse of the Holy Spirit, within you as you learn about us. It is that “heartbeat of the Spirit” that will help you live the motto of all Visitation Sisters: Live Jesus!