“I earnestly beg God
to guide your business
according to His good
pleasure, and I hope that
He will be glorified by it.”

St. Louise de Marillac

 

Sister Blandina Segale Related Materials

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Prayer Card

Fact Sheet

Novena

Blandina Segale Parlor

Blandina Segale Educational Resources

Feature Articles

The Birth of Santa Maria Community Services

“A heart filled with charity is a sanctuaryin which God Loves to dwell.”Mother Margaret George At the End of the Santa Fe Trail: The Birth of Santa Maria Community Services By S. Associate Vicki Welsh The journal entries that eventually led to At the...

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An Inspiration Yesterday, Today and Into the Future

“A heart filled with charity is a sanctuaryin which God Loves to dwell.”Mother Margaret George Servant of God Sister Blandina Segale: An Inspiration Yesterday, Today and Into the Future By S. Georgia Kitt “Blandina’s life is a lesson in mercy, always...

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Blandina’s Continuing Legacy

“A heart filled with charity is a sanctuaryin which God Loves to dwell.”Mother Margaret George Blandina’s Continuing Legacy By S. Georgia Kitt I recently had the opportunity to ask Allen Sanchez, initiator of the cause for canonization of Servant of...

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From the Archive – S. Blandina Segale

“A heart filled with charity is a sanctuaryin which God Loves to dwell.”Mother Margaret George From the Archive - S. Blandina Segale By S. Victoria Marie Forde Billy the Kid and S. Blandina Segale–names coupled by most admirers of the intrepid young...

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Nov
28
Sat
Mass for the Motherhouse Sisters
Nov 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Mass at the Motherhouse will temporarily be for the Motherhouse Sisters only but will livestreamed for everyone. You will be able to view the mass at 4 p.m. by CLICKING HERE or watch the archived mass on the Sisters password-protected section of the website.

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Love, Laughter and Learnings: A tribute to Seton Hall

As Sisters and employees prepare to move from Seton Hall on the Mount St. Joseph campus, it seems appropriate that we offer the building a special send-off. Over its 93-year history Seton Hall has been ‘home’ to many. As we anticipate the building leaving us early in 2021, we share the following poem written by S. Carol Leveque. …