Please join the Sisters of the Living Word and their Associates and friends for an Outreach event on Friday, February 28 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Edward the Confessor (4921 W. Metairie) that will focus on Free Indeed, an organization that helps those trafficked – mainly children and teenagers. Following the Free Indeed presentation Judge Joy Cossich Lobrano, ASLW will talk about taking part in recent symposiums at the Vatican that also focused on trafficking and other social issues. Complimentary lunch is included.
Please join the Sisters of the Living Word and their Associates for a Day at the Races at the New Orleans Fair Grounds in the Black Gold Room on Saturday, February 29 at noon. This event is commemorating the life of Sr. Lynda Rink, SLW (1944-2010).
We, the Sisters of the Living Word, are participating in John Deere’s BIRDIES FOR CHARITY for the third year and invite your support!
BIRDIES FOR CHARITY is a fundraiser held in conjunction with the John Deere Classic PGA Golf Tournament (July 6-12). Each one-time flat donation or pledge benefits the Sisters of the Living Word plus John Deere will match up to 10%. Pledges/donations are due by July 1.
Special note as of May 28, 2020: Birdies for Charity will continue but the actual event is being cancelled. See press release here.
The proceeds from this fundraiser will support the forward-moving partnership we have created with the Wisconsin Religious Collaborative to ensure the ongoing efforts of our own ministries as well as our ongoing advocacy in several areas of social justice – homelessness, immigration, anti-human trafficking and care of creation. We will also be giving special attention to those living in poverty who are being greatly affected by Covid-19.
Thank you for your consideration of support!
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Join us from the comfort of your own home for the Sisters of the Living Word 2020 “All That Jazz” Virtual fundraising event. This event will support the efforts of the Sisters of the Living Word toward justice in the areas of immigration reform, dismantling racism and care of Earth.
The pandemic prevents us from gathering for our annual Memorial Mass in memory of our departed loved ones and in celebration of the blessing their lives have been to us.
We can still be united in prayer on the Feast of All Souls, November 2. Let us pause, over the noon hour, to remember those we hold dear who have crossed the threshold into Eternal Life. Let us also include a blessing “for all the loved ones of those we would have liked to have gathered with in prayer this day.
Sisters of the Living Word and Associates will remember your deceased loved ones in prayer throughout the month of November and Mass will be offered for them every Tuesday throughout the year.
You are invited to email their names to Kim Hall at email@example.com. The names will be place in our “prayer basket” and remain before the Blessed Sacrament in our chapel for the year.