Taizé Prayer includes chants, reflection, silence, petitions, and the lighting of candles. This form of prayer touches the mind, eases the body, and opens one’s spirit to the presence of God. This prayer will be held in the Motherhouse Chapel.
Dates: Wednesdays, September 4, October 2, November 6, March 4, April 1, May 6
Time: 6:00-7:00 PM
Prayer Leader: Sister Roseann Gaul, CSJ
RSVP is not necessary. If you have questions, please call Sister Roseann at 724-888-6809.
Earth Tones ministry reflects our reverence for Earth by encouraging an understanding and awareness of God and nature. Volunteers help us continue our community gardens, chickens and apiary operations, which supply produce, eggs and honey to food banks to help reduce food insecurity among our neighbors.
We appreciate your contribution to help us maintain our contemplative space, whether it’s for an hour or for the entire day! Tasks may include but are not limited to: weeding, gardening, labyrinth maintenance, grapevine pruning, statue painting, wood chopping and weed whacking.
Please RSVP to Luke Badaczewski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-869-6550 at least one week before each Work Day and let us know if you will be staying for lunch, which is provided. Email reminders will be sent 2 weeks prior to each work day. Weather related cancellations will be announced the Friday before each work day.
Celebrate the 150-year anniversary of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden with a special concert by Dan Schutte
We are thrilled to welcome Dan back to the Motherhouse Chapel on Sunday, November 10, as we celebrate 150 years of serving God and neighbor.
Dan Schutte is a renowned liturgical composer, performer and spiritual director whose music touches people’s hearts, young and old, and draws them into prayer. Dan’s knowledge of Sacred Scripture and a strong sense of Ignatian spirituality form the basis of every event he leads.
A reception of light refreshments will follow the concert. Tickets are $25. Register online.
The Unity Choir seeks to foster awareness of inclusion, diversity, and values of cultural competency in Beaver County and beyond through song and relationships.
Join us to sing unifying messages of hope, reconciliation and togetherness that inspire listeners to embrace cultural differences.
Come one, come all! The Unity Choir welcomes people of all races, genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, income levels, and disabilities.
RSVP to Sr. Sarah Crotty