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News & Events

We hope you will explore this area of our web site to read the latest news about our sisters and their ministries, and to learn more about a variety of upcoming events. For more information on any of these news or events, contact Jane Buse, Director of Communications, at 563.588.2008 or info@dbqpbvms.org.

Virtual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice — Service & Discernment Events
October 19, 2020 - October 26, 2020
If you are attending the Virtual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice be sure to stop by the Sisters of the Presentation virtual booth.
Mary’s Journey Through Advent Online Retreat — Service & Discernment Events
November 29, 2020 - December 20, 2020
Spend your Advent with Mary, other young adult women of faith, and Presentation Sisters from across North America. Each Sunday we will meet for an hour of prayer and faith-sharing. This online retreat is for single, young adult women.
The Sisters of the Presentation invite women to attend a week-long service and discernment experience in New Orleans. Date to be determined due to COVID-19 precautions.
Seeking God Online Women's Retreat — Service & Discernment Events
November 7, 2020
Young adult women are invited to a day of retreat with religious women. The day will include prayer, talks, breaks for personal reflection and small group conversations.
Giving Tuesday — Happenings
December 1, 2020
Giving Tuesday is a global movement. Anyone, anywhere can get involved and give back in a way that’s meaningful to them. Give to support the Sisters of the Presentation on mission.
Chicago’s Got Sisters Virtual Event — Service & Discernment Events
October 17, 2020
Over Zoom, join in conversation with religious sisters from various communities and explore possibilities of life as a vowed consecrated woman.
2020 Jubilee Celebrations — Jubilarians
This year, we have sisters celebrating 60 and 80 years of religious life. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mass and celebration in their honor is postponed until 2021.
Getting through this crisis takes All of Us. The only way to conquer the coronavirus and save lives is for All of Us to work together as one community. Regardless of where we were born, we are standing shoulder to shoulder, and all of our contributions to society are more indispensable than ever.
December 7, 1924 - June 2, 2020
Our hearts are breaking as we mourn with the family and friends of George Floyd and with all who have lost loved ones to law enforcement violence, all who live in fear, all whose dignity is threatened.

 
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