Treasured gifts of my spiritual journey March 3, 2021
During this year long seclusion brought about by the Covid virus, I have had more time to consider my own spiritual development over the years. At a Lenten presentation at Holy Spirit Parish in Saginaw, MI, I talk about “Treasured gifts of my spiritual journey.” Thinking about and identifying God’s hand in our life’s daily decisions.
Sister Laurene: A Lifetime of Commitment July, 2018
In this video Sister Laurene talks about her beliefs and life commitment in community. We make these videos in order to give you, our partners in prayer, and an opportunity to know better who we are and what we believe. Sister Laurene is still very much a part of our community, although now she lives at the Community Village a nearby assisted living facility.
Walking each other home November, 2016
In this video Sister Dianne and Sister Laura talk about the changes in their community with the move of two of their sisters to assisted living. They talk about how they are preparing for death I their community.
Sisters Mission Appeal September, 2016
Sisters of St. Clare Mission appeal at Sacred Heart Parish, Mt. Pleasant, MI to support their ministry of prayer in the Saginaw Diocese.
Sister Bernie – Simply Herself April, 2014
This video captures much of what we love and respect about Sister Bernardone. In her own direct and loving way, she describes what it was like to grow up as one of ten children on a farm. She tells of her early years as a nun, and her joy at now being part of the community of Poor Clares in Saginaw. This year, 2014, marks her 75th year as a sister.
The Power of Prayer FAITHvideo by FAITHsaginaw (Fall 2011)
This video commemorates our 20 years in the Diocese of Saginaw. Describes our life and the importance of prayer.
Taizé Prayer Sisters of St. Clare 20th Anniversary, August 11, 2011 Saginaw, MI
On August 11, 2011, we celebrated our 20th anniversary in the Diocese. In this video you will see and hear parts of the Taize Prayer service that we chose for our anniversary service.
Personal Interview (June 2010)
In this video you will hear Sister Dianne and Sister Laura tell why they chose the contemplative life. They tell how they were called to the Diocese of Saginaw, and what their ministry of prayer means to them personally.
Sister Laurene Funeral Mass
Sisters Mission Appeal (October 2018)
Sisters of St. Clare Mission appeal at Assumption of BVM, Midland, MI to support their ministry of prayer in the Saginaw Diocese.
Remembering Sister Laurene
Sister Laurene’s 70th Jubilee
Sister Laurene and Bishop Hurley
Friends who change our lives: Remembering Bernie
Visit to Assumption of BVM, Midland, MI
Visit to St. John XXIII, Hemlock MI
Visit to St. Bridget, Midland MI
Visit to St. Vincent de Paul, Shepherd MI
Sister Bernie’s 99th
Pope Francis and Sisters
Dedication of the Cathedral, Saginaw MI
Visit to Blessed Trinity, Frankenmuth MI
2017 Hoops for the homeless, Delta college
Visit to St. Paul’s, Ithaca & St. Martin, Perrington MI.
Visit to St. Joseph, Beal City
Sr. Dianne’s 50th jubilee
Valentines at Our Second Home
Visit to St. Peter Chesaning
Visit to Minneapolis Monastery
Visit to St. Mark AuGres
Visit to Sacred Heart Mt Pleasant
Weekend at Sacred Heart, Mt Pleasant, MI.
Visit with Serra Club in Saginaw
Weekend at Sanford and Edenville, MI, Our Lady of Grace parishes 11-2014
Meeting to merge two OSF Fraternities; Sanford and Saginaw.
Sr. Laurene praying over one of the OSF in our chapel.
Sr. Dianne blessing a member with our oil in our chapel.
Sr. Dianne, Fr. T.J. and Sr. Laura at Prince of Peace Parish, Linwood, MI.
Sr. Dianne, Deacon Bob and Sr. Laura at Prince of Peace Parish, Linwood, MI.
Srs. Laurene, Dianne and Bernardone celebrating their jubilee at St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Saginaw, MI.
Sr. Laurene, Bishop Cistone and Sr. Bernardone
Sr. Dianne, Fr. Tom Sutton, Sr. Laura at St. Gabriel, Auburn, MI for a Mission Appeal
Sr. Laura presenting her reflection on the Parable of the Yeast at St. Gabriel, Auburn, MI
Happy Birthday Sr. Laurene!
Happy Birthday Sr. Dianne!