First Week of Advent by Regina Siegfried, ASC To say that Advent is a season of waiting is to overstate the obvious. A closer examination… Read More »Why Are We Waiting, and Whom Do We Expect?
Adorers of the Blood of Christ
We are the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, a vowed religious community of Roman Catholic women who were founded in 1834 as a teaching order by the Italian, St. Maria De Mattias, in the small town of Acuto, Italy. Worldwide, we are nearly 1,000 women strong, including 140 in the U.S.
By Sr. Dani Brought, ASC As soon as the U.S. Regional Assembly ended, I headed off to Guatemala to facilitate a weeklong seminar on Maria… Read More »A Week with Maria De Mattias in Guatemala
By Sr. Maureen Farrar, ASC On the evening of October 1, the local house at the Wichita Center gathered to thank Srs. Fran Schumer (pictured… Read More »Sisters Fran and Diana Complete Their Term
By Sr. Regina Siegfried, ASC We cherish our hearts and crosses, the signature symbol for the Congregation since the days of St. Maria De Mattias.… Read More »Ten Gold Hearts and Crosses Make Return Trip