Sisters of Saint Benedict
- We say a fond farewell to the Sisters of Charity in Kentucky and then on to Indiana for the second half of the road trip.
- It’s great to reconnect with Sister Mary Luke, one of our podcast guest nuns! Sister Maxine first met her on a planning team for the annual NCNWR conference (now Communicators for Women Religious).
- Dan Stockman, a journalist for Global Sisters Report, attends the podcast and interviews Sister Heather about her journey from the Methodist to the Catholic tradition, and then to religious life as a Benedictine.
- Our time with the sisters is an experience awesome Benedictine hospitality: “All guests are to be welcomed as Christ.”
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From Nazareth, Kentucky to Beech Grove, Indiana!
Jane with the chatroom guest Sisters, Jennifer (L) and Julianna (R)!
Some local friends of the OSBs joined the in house audience!
Sister Mary Luke rockin' the podcast.
Friends, family, and oblates came out for the podcast!
The Benedictines talk about prayer, hospitality, and the gift of community life.
Waving goodbye to the folks online!
Podcast Guest Nuns
L: Sister Mary Luke Jones, OSB, is Director of Donor Development for the Sisters of Saint Benedict of Our Lady of Grace Monastery. She also is president of the Trustees of the Beech Grove Public Library and is on the board of the Greater Beech Grove Chamber of Commerce.
R: Sister Heather Jean Foltz, OSB, is Director of Social Services at St. Paul Hermitage Retirement Center, a corporate ministry of the Sisters of Saint Benedict. She made her First Monastic Profession in June 2011.
About the Congregation
Mission Statement: Seeking God in everyone and everything we, Sisters of St. Benedict of Our Lady of Grace Monastery, live in community founded on prayer, work and hospitality.