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The Meetings Begin Today in Germany

The meetings for the formators of our worldwide congregation begin today. So Sister M. Beata will have to take a bit of a break from blogging, at least as often as she has been doing these past days.

But do not fear! One or the other of us FSGMs - who remained home in the USA - will be drop in from time to time and say "Hi!"

Stop by tomorrow. The poll ends tomorrow - you know, the one with the question: "When is entrance day for our postulants?"

We'll give the answer AND we will introduce you to our two postulants who entered on...

Until then.....

P.S. In the meantime, here are some photos from our Sisters' website in Germany. Can you translate the German?


Anonymous said…
Dear Sisters,
What are the names of the Sisters in the pictures, at the formators meetings?
What is the average age of the group in terms of birth and religious years?
May God bless this undertaking!!!

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