2014 C.PP.S. news

Sisters at Salem Heights enjoy decorating their Christmas tree in this video.

Bishop recognizes, praises religious during Mass to open Year of Consecrated Life
Sisters of the Precious Blood join men and women religious from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati at the Mass to open the Year of Religious Life.

Liturgy to open Year of Consecrated Life in Cincinnati Archdiocese
The opening Mass for the Year of Consecrated Life to be held in Dayton.

A Nun’s Life Ministry delivers live podcast from Dayton
A Nun’s Life Ministry visits the Sisters of the Precious Blood for a live podcast.

Jubilarian Mass, banquet highlight of annual Spirit Days
A dozen Sisters of the Precious Blood who together have served God’s people for nearly 700 years, were recognized with a special Mass and banquet during the community’s annual Spirit Days.

New poster features those in religious formation
The Sisters of the Precious Blood spearhead development of new poster featuring those in religious formation.

Precious Blood Sisters show support for CCMT
Precious Blood Sisters living and ministering in the Toledo, Ohio, diocese attended the 23rd annual Urban All-American Celebration at the Pinnacle in Maumee on May 8. The event is key fundraiser for the Central City Ministry of Toledo (CCMT), which benefits the students of which benefits the students of CCMT campuses at Rosary Cathedral and Queen of Apostles in Toledo. Representing the Congregation at the event were Sisters Pat Gist, Karen Elliott, Amy Junk, Rita Rogier and Mary Lou Schmersal.

Dayton Sisters Celebrate Jubilees
Four Precious Blood Sisters living in Dayton were recognized for milestone anniversaries in religious life during a Jubilee celebration at Salem Heights on May 4.

Su Casa Hispanic Center honors C.PP.S.
The Sisters of the Precious Blood were recognized as Organization of the Year by the Su Casa Hispanic Center of Cincinnati at an awards dinner April 9.

Catholic Sisters recognized during first annual National Catholic Sisters Week
For more than 250 years, Catholic sisters have been shaping the United States and ministering as a reconciling, life-giving presence to the most vulnerable among us.

Young women interact with Sisters at Martha Dinner
DAYTON – The first chapter of Luke tells the story of the angel Gabriel coming to Mary with news that she will become pregnant and bear a son to be named Jesus. Though she wonders how this can be, she remains open to God’s call and fulfills the plan God had for her.

Brunner Literacy Center holds GED graduation
After becoming pregnant in high school and then having four more children, Sylvia James figured her chance at completing secondary education had passed.

Three new members join vocations committee
As a high school student, Eillien Mendez wanted to become a nun.

Shrine featured on PBS
The Maria Stein Shrine, first motherhouse of the Sisters of the Precious Blood, was featured on WBGU’s Scenic Stops program Dec. 19.

Homicide victims remembered at memorial service
DAYTON – It’s a ministry the Sisters of the Precious Blood hope will someday go out of business.

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