Sr. Rosemarie Jefferson, MSBT and the Inn Dwelling Program are featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer. To read the full article about how Sr. Rosemarie has helped change the lives of area youth, CLICK HERE.
Statement on the killing of George Floyd and our opposition to racism We the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity oppose racism in all its forms. We condemn the killing of George Floyd and the continued killing of so many black men and women. Killing, mistreatment and denial of the human rights and dignity […]
These are difficult times. Every aspect of our daily lives seems to have been impacted by new policies and practices designed to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is good to find inspiration from others who have faced similar challenges in the past. A recent opinion article in the New York Times […]
Friends, Supporters, and Loved Ones, As we are near the end of Lent and the joyous season of Easter soon approaching, we find ourselves in interesting times. The world is experiencing a global pandemic, COVID-19. The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity want to assure you that we are praying not only for you […]
Devotion to the Holy Spirit is a central practice to our sisters, the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity. Our sisters, along with our priests, brothers and lay members, collectively known as the Missionary Cenacle Family, have been praying a perpetual novena to the Holy Spirit from 1913 to this very day! We invite […]
Sr. Janet Santibañez Merlán, MSBT accompanied a group of young Catholics to the 15th international World Youth Day 2019 in Panamá. World Youth Day (WYD) is a gathering organized by the Catholic Church that brings together youth age 16-35 years old from hundreds of countries every two to three years. This pilgrimage experience recognizes the […]