2010 C.PP.S. news

2010 Jubilarians
Congratulations to our Jubilarians!

Fatima girls hold reunion
Beginning in the late 1920s, numerous teenage girls attended the high school aspirancy of the Sisters of the Precious Blood. Over the years, many of these young women went on to become sisters. Others moved into different walks of life.

New Group Will Foster Connections, Spiritual and Social Gatherings for Former Members
On July 16 in Dayton, a new group was born to celebrate CPPS heritage and spirituality in the lives of former members of the community. Its name is CPPS Friends.

Lay Administrator Named for Maria Stein Shrine
DAYTON — The Sisters of the Precious Blood have named Donald C. Rosenbeck as administrator of the congregation’s Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics in Maria Stein, Ohio.

Joy, Gratitude Mark Closing of CPPS 175th Anniversary Year
DAYTON — The Sisters of the Precious Blood brought the yearlong celebration of their 175th anniversary year to a joyful conclusion the weekend of Jan. 16-17. The weekend included on Saturday the fourth and final lecture in the Precious Blood spirituality series, and a prayer service and closing celebration for members of the congregation that evening. Sunday was highlighted by the Eucharistic celebration with Archbishop Dennis Schnurr and his visit with the sisters.

Sister Consuella Salmon Celebrates a Century
DAYTON — The Sisters of the Precious Blood paid tribute to their oldest living member at a special birthday celebration on Sunday, Aug. 22. Sister Consuella Salmon marked her 100th birthday on Aug. 25.

Hardy Pilgrims Undeterred by Chilly Temps
MERCER/AUGLAIZE COUNTIES — “Stepping Up the Call,” the annual pilgrimage for vocations now in its seventh year, drew more than 150 walkers (plus additional participants in cars) on Saturday, May 8.

CPPS Sisters’ Craft Showcased in Dayton Daily News
Sisters of the Precious Blood at Salem Heights were recently tapped by the Dayton Daily News for a demonstration of the ancient art of palm weaving, traditionally done with blessed palms from Palm Sunday.

Sisters reported safe after Chile earthquake
DAYTON — The Sisters of the Precious Blood are grateful to report that the sisters in Chile are safe following the 8.8-magnitude earthquake that rocked the South American nation Feb. 27. Also unharmed are Missionaries of the Precious Blood and a native Chilean congregation of Precious Blood Sisters.

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