Families Go Fishing with Jesus

Families got a wonderful surprise when they showed up for a recent catechetical program at the Catholic Church of St. Mary in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Fr. Edward Maher, Pastor at St. Mary, had invited the staff and Sisters from Mother Boniface Spirituality Center to provide a Family Fun Day to the parish called “Fishing […]


Lenten Purple

On Ash Wednesday, I attended a day of reflection at Daylesford Abbey in Paoli, PA. The presenter spoke about the joyful season of Lent, even quoting liturgical prayers which refer to it. Surprised, I googled “lent joy” when I got home and found a lot to back this up. Who knew? I did not know. […]


Summer Mission Service

We have a great opportunity for volunteer mission service this Summer!  The Family Life Development Program at Trinita serves inner-city families who come for a week-long stay on our beautiful grounds to participate in a program designed to strengthen faith and family life. Each week of the 5 week program is structured with faith, fun […]


Welcome Agustina to Candidacy

On the Feast of the Presentation Agustina Agapito Contreras entered Candidacy with the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity. As part of the official vocation discernment process, Candidacy is a period of intentional growth in knowledge of the faith, deepening of spiritual life, self-knowledge, and in discernment to the particular call as a Missionary […]


Charism & Cattle Egrets

Once upon a time, four hundred years ago, a priest went to hear a dying peasant’s confession at the request of his wealthy patroness. I’m making a long story short: Monsieur Vincent became forever changed by that experience. St. Vincent de Paul did not simply recognize the vast and heart-breaking spiritual poverty all around him: […]


Celebrating 3 Years at Wesley

In January 2014 eight of our retired MSBT sisters moved from our Motherhouse Healthcare to establish the Mother Boniface Missionary Cenacle at Wesley Enhanced Living at Pennypack Park (WEL). It was just a mile and a half away. From outward appearances, it was a small journey in comparison to the various journeys these sisters had […]