Here is a picture of the children in one of our chapels.  There is always a need to support these efforts.

 

Summer, 2015

May the grace and peace of the Holy Spirit be with you forever!

Dear Missionary Friend,

One of our Missionary Servants of the Blessed Trinity, Sr. Maria Lauren Donohue, wrote about the ministries she holds close to her heart and I wanted to share these experiences with you.  It vividly portrays some of the many ministries and good works that our Missionary Servants provide to families, young adults, children, and to those individuals in need throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Mexico.   

            Some of our projects are always in need of support and I thought I might choose a couple of different efforts to share with you.

            At the present time, we have two missions in Mexico.  One we established thirteen years ago in Chimalhuacan, in the state of Mexico.  I had the joy and privilege of being part of the team that opened that mission.  This is an area that is in the Diocese of Texcoco, State of Mexico,...Read more

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Attention all Young Adults!! If you are between the ages of 18-35 and looking for a way to fellowship with other Catholic young adults in the Northeast Philadelphia area, consider becoming a part of our new Catholic Young Adult Group named Fire of Faith. Check out some of our upcoming programs and retreats! Make sure to like our new Facebook page at: “NE Philly: Fire of Faith Young Adults

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Check out some of our wonderful programs coming up this Fall and Winter 2015/2016!

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The Mission Advancement Staff would like to congratulate the 2015 Jubilarians! 
 

1945 - 2015
70 Years
Sister Anne Boniface Doyle

1955 - 2015
60 Years
Sister Mary Virginia Morris
Sister Francis Katherine Saring
 
1965 - 2015
50 Years
Sister Nancy Bacci
Sister Rosita Marie Bauza
Sister Maria Lauren Donohue
Sister Marie Frechette
Sister Judith Jones
Sister John Christopher Langford

1990 - 2015
25 Years
Sister Rose Marie Martell

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Sister Sara ButlerAt the May 2015 convention of the Academy of Catholic Theology in Washington D.C., Sr. Sara Butler MSBT was elected president for the coming year (2015-2016).  Her primary responsibility will be the preparations for the 2016 convention. Sr. Sara is a founding member of the Academy. It is defined by its decision to pursue excellent scholarship according to the method of Catholic theology.  Sr. Sara continues in ministry at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center's Evangelization Office. She is also professor emerita of theology at Mundelein Seminary (archdiocese of Chicago).Read more

May the Grace and Peace of the Holy Spirit be with us forever!

Spring is a time of rebirth and hope.  We feel it as the cold of winter finally melts away and the warmth of spring blossoms all around us.  We feel it as we celebrate the glorious mysteries of Easter Sunday, Pentecost and Trinity Sunday.   

The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity are part of a spiritual family within the Roman Catholic Church.  It was founded to give glory to the Triune God through works of charity and by spreading certain devotions of the Church.  The chief devotions of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity are to the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, the Eucharist, and the Incarnation.  Two of our major feast days are Pentecost and Trinity Sunday.

It is through contemplation of these mysteries that we find the insight and courage to carry out various ministries in the Church.  Our founder, Fr. Thomas Augustine Judge, taught us to have a practical kind of devotion, what he called a “devotional knowledge,” to these and other mysteries.

We find in particular that a devotion to the Holy Spirit encourages...Read more

Are you a young adult in your 20’s and 30’s? Are you a recent college graduate who has come back home to find that there are no young adult groups around you? Are you looking to meet fellow Catholics in the Northeast Philadelphia area while deepening your faith? Are you interested in being part of a brand new Young Adult Ministry? Are you interested in answering your missionary call to serve others, and in the words of Father Thomas Augustine Judge, “Be good, do good, and be a power for good”?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, come for a Young Adult interest meeting at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center. We want to hear your voice and feedback on how we can serve you as well as other young adults in the Northeast Philadelphia area. We will discuss ideas for potential programs, events, mission trips, and activities that promote and enliven the four pillars of our Catholic faith: The Profession of Faith, Liturgy and Sacraments, Life in Christ, and Christian Prayer.

If you are interested in attending the first meeting which will be held on Monday, April 27th at 7:00 p.m., please call us at (267) 350-1835 or email us at csoares@msbt.org. There will be free snacks and drinks for all who attend!Read more

Sr. Olivia and Sr. Mary Kay led twelve students and two chaperones from Assumption High School in Louisville, KY for an annual Alternative Spring Break mission trip. They had a week of service, prayer, apostolic reflection, and fun near Albuquerque, NM. Here is a video of there trip:Read more
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This past weekend, seven young women gathered for The Next Chapter in the Story of My Life: A Vocational Exploration Retreat led by Maureen Masterson Carr, Vocation and Volunteering Associate and Carolina Soares, MBSC Youth and Young Adult Minister at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center. It was a wonderful day full of prayer, activities and reflection.

Check out our retreat's photo gallery!


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