Felician Sisters in Rio Rancho Devote Lives to Prayer, Service
Diana Cervantes, Staff Writer     December 2, 2018
Reprinted from the Rio Rancho Observer
The sound of hymns echoes through the hallway of the Felician Sisters Chapel on a crisp Wednesday morning in November.
It’s 7:15 a.m., and two of the three sisters have been up and going since 5 a.m.
Every morning, the sisters open the chapel to the public to join them in Mass. The women pray twice a day together and individually as needed.
“Well, the most important thing is our prayer life. We have to start our workforce with our prayer life and end with prayer life, or even when we walk, we pray,” said Sister Angela Parkins, the CEO of St. Felix Pantry.
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