Please join us for the Eucharistic Liturgy on Saturday, June 22 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Edna Church at 2525 N. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights, IL to celebrate the Jubilees of Stella Stacken, SLW and Theresa Weber, SLW (both 75 Years), Rosalie Erdmann (70 Years), and Angela Ashbey, SLW and Joanne Ginter, SLW (both 60 Years).
Please join the SLW, Associates and Friends for a Founder’s Day SummerFest on Sunday, August 11 from 1:00 until 4:00 at the Living Word Center. The Banjo Buddies will perform from 1:30 until 3:30, hotdogs, chips and ice cream will be served. Fun for the whole family.
You may choose to support the Sisters of the Living Word through the John Deere Classic Chip in for Charity 2019. John Deere will match up to 10% of all donations.
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The proceeds from this fundraiser for the Sisters of the Living Word will support the ministries of retired Sisters who continue to provide volunteer support to a number of social service agencies or schools. Whether counseling students, serving people who are homeless, visiting the sick, teaching English as a second language, or providing spiritual guidance and support, the Sisters’ wisdom, years of experience and knowledge are sought out and greatly appreciated.
Sister Kris Vorenkamp was invited by Sandra Salazar to join others from Santa Maria del Populo parish in Mundelein, Illinois to attend Cardinal Blase Cupich's fundraiser for immigrant ministries called Keep Hope Alive. She had led Sandra and the others through formation for their ministry …
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As Jesus was sent by the Father in the power of the Spirit, so we are sent as Sisters of the Living Word. We reflect and affirm the Word in the World, the Word, who continually frees the oppressed and gives new life. (SLW Mission Statement)
Participation in immigration activities among Sisters of the Living Word began in earnest around 2008 when the Congregation committed itself to active involvement in the social justice issues surrounding immigration.How Can I Help?
The Sisters of the Living Word (SLW) along with the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations (ICDHR) have partnered to bring leaders in the Northwest Suburbs together for discussions on race, Bridging the Black/White Divide.Learn More
Rooted in the Word, We are impelled to be God’s language, Transforming the world we lean into life’s unfolding revelation.
We advocate passionately for the voiceless, risking uncharted paths. We listen in contemplative silence, attending to the call of
Simplicity and presence. We weave a network of connections among diverse peoples and in dissonant situations. (SLW Vision Statement)