December 8, 2023
- Sung Mass – 5 pm
(Mass open to all – Following Mass is a Ladies only group. See Knights of Divine Mercy for men’s meeting. )
- Talk by Sr. Elizabeth
- Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament – 6 pm
- Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet & Confessions
- Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
- Food and fellowship in Holy Family Hall.
Topic: “Our Blessed Mother Mary first tabernacle of Our Lord,
the importance of the frequent visits to Jesus in the tabernacle“
Sister Elizabeth Castro, H.M.S.P. is a member of the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Word. Her Religious community was founded in Mexico City by an Italian priest, Fr. Luigi Butera. The Order is already serving the Lord worldwide and counts already with a Pontifical approval since 2008.
Sister Elizabeth is a native of Mexico City, and she became a US citizen in 2013. She made her perpetual vows in October 2008.
Prior to becoming a religious Sister she was an athlete in the sport of figure skating. Sister Elizabeth’s goal was to continue working hard and one day participate in the Olympics. It was also Sister Elizabeth’s plans to enter aviation school to become a pilot. But God always works in mysterious ways. Sister Elizabeth was injured in her training, and God then called her to the Religious Life. She was 17 years old when Sister Elizabeth received the strong call to serve the Lord and His Church.
After finishing high school, Sister Elizabeth joined her Religious Order for spiritual, intellectual, moral and pastoral formation.
Currently, Sister Elizabeth is the Director of the Office for Religious of the Diocese of Providence, and coordinates sacramental preparation programs, liturgical ministries, Bible studies and outreach for evangelization at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Providence, RI. Before this appointment in the Diocese of Providence she served in New Hampshire at two different parishes.
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