Sisters of Mary Morning Star

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They are contemplative Sisters who live in the heart of the world in order to respond to the call of the Holy Spirit for the New Evangelization. As non-cloistered contemplative sisters, they welcome people to their convents and chapels for prayer, lectio divina, or a simple listening ear.

The four main aspects of the charism are prayer, fraternal charity, search for truth, and manual work. Their contemplative vocation calls them to a life of silent prayer centered on the mystery of the Eucharist, living fraternal charity in joy, mutual trust, and the gift of themselves to their sisters.

Faithful to the tradition of the Church, especially the documents of Vatican II, and the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas and of Aristotle, their formation allows them to read the Word of God as a living word and enter more profoundly into theology.


Contact:

Vocation Director
Immaculate Heart of Mary Convent
5101 Schofield St.
Monona, WI 53716

616-826-7094
mariastella.madison@gmail.com

 

 

Professed Members: 17 in U.S., 250 Worldwide
Year Founded: 2014
Diocese: Madison, WI
Worldwide: There are currently 250 sisters welcomed into fourteen dioceses, with priories in Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa.
Qualifications: Love for Jesus, high school diploma
Age range/limit: 18-35
Belated vocations? No