Embracing Freedom and Our Mission

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

July 3, 2024

Kicking off the summer season, July brings with it the celebration of Independence Day (July 4) in the United States. As we celebrate our nation’s freedom, we also celebrate the freedom to live out our faith through acts of charity and service. 

Just as our nation strives for liberty and justice for all, the Sisters dedicate their lives to serving the marginalized, the oppressed, and the vulnerable in the United States and globally. This commitment to enhancing access to health care, education, and social justice reflects the true spirit of independence.

As we celebrate this day, we ask God to guide us in using our liberties to serve others, promote justice, and uphold the dignity of every person.

3 Comments

  1. rita puthenkalam

    Happy Independence Day!

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  2. Christine Beckett

    Amen!!! Thanks for this prayer at this time …

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    • Barbara Barbara

      “Freedom harnessed for the common good.” Tuesday, Nov. 5,2024

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