Friday, July 02, 2010

Adoratrices, part deux

I know some other American girls who are interested in the Adoratrices, and one of them gave me a boatload of links today, some of which I hadn't been aware of. It's hard to find info about them online, so I thought I'd post the links here:

The renovation of the convent in St. Louis, where some sisters might end up. I love that they used color on the walls:
http://www.romeofthewest.com/2010/07/st-francis-de-sales-oratory-wins-golden.html

Their French website:
http://www.icrsp.org/Adoratrices/Adoratrices.htm

The Institute's French website:
http://www.icrsp.org/accueil.htm

Institute publications, including the sisters': http://www.icrsp.org/Publications/Publications-NF.htm

Institute pictures from Italy, including lots of photos of the sisters: http://www.icrsp.org/IMAGES-APOSTOLATS/IMAGES-2010/Gricigliano/Page-Initiale.htm

The girl who told me about all these was also thoughtful enough to point out Google Translate: http://translate.google.com/?hl=&ie=UTF-8#

It's helpful, but pretty funny when "Salut du Très Saint Sacrement" is translated, "Hi the Blessed Sacrament". :)

2 comments:

Anna said...

This might save a little browsing for people in a hurry ;)

http://www.icrsp.org/IMAGES-APOSTOLATS/IMAGES-2010/Gricigliano/Saint-Joseph-Malte/page_9_6.htm

Cells! Cats! Postulants in mantillas!

...all that's missing is desserts really.

Rachel Gray said...

Thanks Anna! The cat one is my definite favorite. I'll just fill in the desserts from delightful memory.