Here are some recent pictures taken by Sister Geralyn and Sister Nancy while visiting Sister Celeste and Sister Lee in the Northwest Terr. You can read more about our sisters by visiting our webpage and the video on our home page is also from Northwest Terr.
S Nancy Marie Jamroz shares her experience in Yellow Knife.
After Morning Prayer and the General Meeting on Tuesday, SM Lee Przybylski, SM Geralyn Mroczkowski, and I left for the Diocesan Centre to meet Sister Lee’s co-ministers.
Bishop Mark Hagemoen celebrated Eucharist at the Centre with the 12 of us. On the way back to the Trapper’s Lake Spirituality Centre, we visited the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, the Government of the Northwest Territories’ museum and archives.
The last day of visitation with Sister Lee in Yellowknife included attending Mass at the Diocesan Center and a meeting with Bishop Mark Hagemoen. The Bishop is very grateful for the witness and ministry of Sister Lee and SM Celeste Goulet and pleaded for more Felician Sisters to come to the Northwest Territories to work among the people here.
After a quick ride to the Old Town section of the city, we returned to the Trapper’s Lake Spirituality Center where Sister Lee lives, concluded the visitation with the Reconciliation Service and Evening Prayer, and then joined the other six residents of the Centre for a delicious spare rib dinner prepared by the Diocesan Family Life Coordinator who also resides at the Centre.
The time spent with our sisters serving here in the Northwest Territories was truly rewarding in seeing how selflessly they give themselves as Eucharist, Sister and Servant.