Friday, May 11: The day began with morning prayer and Eucharistic Liturgy. The Sisters gathered to bid farewell to Sister Julie and Alana with blessings and good-bye hugs. Sister Laura drove us to the small Green Bay airport where the plane was ready to transport us back home. What a fabulous time with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross!
Thursday, May 10: After an awesome podcast with Sister Laura and Sister Mary yesterday, we did a live podcast with the seniors in the Christian Lifestyles class at Notre Dame Academy and 7th and 8th graders from Holy Cross Catholic School. Lots of interesting questions and convos! After the podcast was completed and the equipment all packed up, Sister Max got on the road to drive to her next event.
Wednesday, May 9: Today is podcast day! This morning we'll set up the podcast equipment and walk around the Motherhouse to take photos to share on social media. Lots to see and appreciate here--awesome glass mosaics and lots of trees and birds.
Tuesday, May 8: After a beautiful, sunny drive, through Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, we arrived in Green Bay -- greeted by warm Franciscan hospitality! The sisters hosted a reception with lots of goodies from Wisconsin: Sister Julie had her first taste of cheese curds.
L: Sister Laura Zelten is the Catholic Campus Minister at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a ministry of the Diocese of Green Bay, and is a certified Spiritual Director. Previously, she spent time in Muelle de los Bueyes, Nicaragua, where for nine years she helped form youth groups, rural schools and pastoral teams.
R: Sister Mary Kabat has been a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross for nearly 45 years. Ministry highlights include 25 years of teaching in Catholic elementary schools in the Diocese of Green Bay, serving as a principal and associate principal for nine of those years.
As Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross, our lives in Community are rooted in the Cross, Word, and Eucharist. Guided by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, we compassionately respond to the needs of our times through prayer, presence and hospitality.