A Day of Joy for the SOLI Community

as we celebrate two Perpetual Professions of Vows !

On August 15, 2014, Solemnity of the Assumption of Our Lady into heaven, we had the joy of celebrating the Perpetual Profession of two of our sisters, Sister Mary Benedicta and Sister Teresa Joseph. A special thank you to Bishop Douglas Crosby, OMI, bishop of Hamilton, attending priests, deacon, seminarians of the diocese and our servers as well as all family and friends who joined us for this wonderful occasion in the life of the SOLI family. Thank you also to the Sine Nomine Ensemble and the SOLI schola for the beautiful music they provided to make the ceremony most beautiful! 

 

 

Priestly and Religious Vocations in the Diocese of Hamilton

Authored by John Perdue
Throughout the course of his 63-year priestly ministry, Father William Loyd Ryan (1917-2003) tirelessly laboured to encourage priestly and religious vocations in the Diocese of Hamilton, Ontario. Besides co-founding the Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate, a vibrant young community of women religious, Father Ryan fostered the vocations of several bishops and priests still active in ministry today. Father Ryan provides a unique example of a priest who successfully encouraged vocations both before and after the Second Vatican Council. This book explores the locus of his success in vocation promotion. It will provide inspiration to those who worry about the future of vocations and example to those who wish to assist others in answering God's call.

 

 

 

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The Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate are a contemplative-active community of religious women founded in Guelph, Ontario by Mother Mary Josephine Mulligan and Father W. Lloyd Ryan on August 1, 1977 within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hamilton. The general aim of our Community is to strive for holiness of life in imitation of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and His Holy Mother Mary. Our charism in the Church is to offer our lives, prayers and works to God for the growth and spread of the Catholic Faith through a Eucharistic and Marian spirituality and in conformity with the teachings of the Holy Father and the College of Bishops in union with him. In response to the needs of the Church, the Sisters have as their apostolates the education of youth, particularly in the field of catechetics, and the care of the elderly and the deprived.

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