Sr. Regina Avard (left) and Sr. Ann Ryan with former SFR students.
Sisters Attend Eco-Spirituality Retreat
Sr. Mary Andre and Sr. Kathryn at June Friendraiser
Sr. Norma Carney Ministers at Newburgh Ministries
Sr. Joan Marie at PBVM Table at Great American Weekend July 5th in Goshen
Sr. Virginia Wilkinson (center) and The Women's Craft Project
Walk For Peace
PBVM Justice Contacts
Sr. Pauline Chirchirillo Visits Kenya
Sr. Mary T. Naccarato, Campus Minister at St.Bernard's HS, Fitchburg, MA
Immigration Reform Prayer Service
Sr. Mary C. Redmond (top right) Fordham Campus Ministry
The call to religious life
Each of us has a call as baptized Christians to use our gifts and talents in the service of others. Some do this as single women, others do this through marriage and some are called to religious life. Read more...
She is an ordinary woman with an extraordinary desire to make a difference in the world. She is a woman who is prayerful, service oriented, feels called to give more, open to the needs of the day and lovingly responds to those needs. Read more...
Srs. Norma Carney and Mary O'Neill Honored
Srs. Norma Carney and Mary O'Neill, who minister at Newburgh Ministries, were honored for their hard work and dedication to helping the poor, by Ecclesia Ministries of Newburgh at their first Dorothy Day Dinner, Friday, October 17th.
Who we are The Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Roman Catholic religious congregation of women. We carry out our mission of love and service through our many ministries with God’s people, especially poor women and children.
In 1997, the Sisters of the Presentation of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and the Sisters of the Presentation of Newburgh, New York, united to form one congregation, now based in New Windsor, New York. Today our Sisters work in education, pastoral ministry, health care, and social services in California, Connecticut, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Washington, D.C., and Bolivia, South America. Read more
Story of Our IconIt is now more than 250 years since Nano Nagle walked the streets of Cork. Her influence through the Presentation Sisters in these two centuries has stretched far beyond any limits she herself could have imagined. This icon presents, with all the power of symbols and color, what mere words can only do inadequately. Read more...
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