Special features await Messenger readers

January 12, 2010 by

The January 2010 Messenger is available beginning today (Jan. 12) and features 20 pages of news and information about the Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia.

As is tradition, the special women who will celebrate jubilees are featured in this edition, with portraits of each and a reflection written just for her anniversary. For 2010, there are 18 jubilarians representing 1,060 years of service to God and the dear neighbor.

A very special feature in the January edition — which is published during National Vocation Awareness Week — is a colorful palette of reflection designed by Sister Janet Lander of Manna House of Prayer. It’s created to be taken out of the newspaper and saved.

Other articles discuss the ongoing apostolic visitation, the renovation of the Neighbor to Neighbor center, several exciting upcoming events and other news of interest to our friends and supporters.

This edition is available in three PDFs that you can download by clicking the links below:

Pages 1-9 (includes the jubilarians’ reflections)
Pages 10-11 (color centerspread)
Pages 12-20 (includes other news and “Homecomings”)

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