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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate

"The Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate are a contemplative-active community of religious women, founded in Guelph, Ontario by Mother Mary Josephine Mulligan and Father W. Lloyd Ryan on August 1, 1977, within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton.

The general aim of the Community is to strive for holiness of life in imitation of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and His Holy Mother, Mary. This will be attained through a life of liturgical and private prayer, the practice of the three Evangelical Counsels and in conformity with the teachings of the Holy Father and the college of bishops in union with him.

In response to the needs of the Church the Sisters have as their Apostolate the education of youth, particularly in the field of catechetics and the care of the elderly."
H/t to Sister Elizabeth Marie, SOLI

1 comment:

Angelicbob said...

Glad to see the SOLI here. I've had a few interactions with them and they're awesome. Their founder, Fr. Lloyd Ryan was one of the holiest priests I knew as well.