2011 C.PP.S. news

Maria Stein Shrine honored with tourism award
Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics is the recipient of a prestigious award for its contributions to tourism in the Mercer and Auglaize counties area.

CPPS Team Witnesses Against Torture Training at U.S. Military Base
Five CPPS sisters and a lay woman took to the road to Columbus, Ga., on the Thursday before Thanksgiving for the annual School of the Americas Watch (SOAW) at the gates of Fort Benning, Ga.

New Leadership Team elected
The Sisters of the Precious Blood have elected new leadership.

New consolidated school honors foundress
She’s not a saint, officially. And she’s not exactly a household word in the United States, nor in Dayton for that matter. But Maria Anna Probst Brunner offers many models, and many vocations, for people of the 21st century.

More than 400 soles/200 souls step out to support church vocations
For eight years now it’s been going (and growing!) strong: the annual “Stepping Up the Call” pilgrimage across portions of Mercer, Auglaize and Shelby counties to foster awareness of church vocations.

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