Br. Mickey McGrath OSFS
This Sunday, September 13, 2015, from 1-4:30pm, our good friend and Oblate of St. Francis de Sales, Brother Mickey McGrath will be leading a Day of Prayer as part of the celebration of 2015 Year of Consecrated Life.
You know Brother Mickey McGrath as the artist who painted the Windsock Visitation which hangs at our monastery and anchors our webpages. He is as an award-winning artist and author who speaks on the connections between art and faith.
This Sunday’s Day of Prayer event is sponsored by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and local religious. Please join us! All are welcome!
WHAT: Day of Prayer with Members of Consecrated Life
WHEN: 1 to 4:30 p.m; Sunday, September 13, 2015.
WHERE: St. Mary’s University Center, 2540 Park Ave., Minneapolis, MN
RSVP: Registration is not required, only requested for help with planning. RSVP online. This event is FREE.
This event will include a panel response, small group sharing and prayer.
More information: Find more resources on the 2015 Year of Consecrated Life
Sister Katherine Mullin VHM has been featured on SisterStory, an ongoing story of National Catholic Sisters Week, aimed at broadening awareness of Catholic sisters across the nation.
Who are Catholic sisters? What are their lives like? What impact have they had over the course of American history? What difference do they make today?
The intention of Sister Story is to demystify religious life – the vows of poverty, celibacy and obedience, the experience of living in community, the desire to belong totally to God – by sharing the stories of Catholic sisters. They do this by connecting sisters with young women and sharing their impressions in an authentic, first-person 20-something voice.
During her senior fall semester at the St. Catherine University, Gina Giambruno spent time each month visiting with Sr. Katherine Mullin. The following video is one snapshot from those conversations. Stay tuned for more!
On knowing God’s will within…
You can also view all of the videos of Sr. Katherine here: