Poor Clare Missionary Sisters

Poor Clare Missionary Sisters

The Congregation of Poor Clare Missionary Sisters was founded by the Servant of God Mother Maria Ines Teresa Arias in Cuernavaca, Mexico in 1945 and received pontifical approval in June 1951. The charism of the congregation is missionary, and the spirit is Eucharistic, priestly, and Marian, having as its base adherence to the Divine Will, which is a fountain of joy.

Their charism is centered in Jesus Christ in the Most Blessed Sacrament, the guide, love and strength in their life of contemplation and action. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of their congregation. Apostolates include missionary activities in Christian and non-Christian countries, pastoral and catechetical work, health care, education of children and young people, retreat houses and boarding homes, and the formation and promotion of lay missionary vanguards. They fulfill their apostolic vocation in fourteen countries around the world

gregation of Poor Clare Missionary Sisters was founded by the Servant of God Mother Maria Ines Teresa Arias in Cuernavaca, Mexico in 1945 and received pontifical approval in June 1951. The charism of the congregation is missionary, and the spirit is Eucharistic, priestly, and Marian, having as its base adherence to the Divine Will, which is a fountain of joy.

Their charism is centered in Jesus Christ in the Most Blessed Sacrament, the guide, love and strength in their life of contemplation and action. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of their congregation. Apostolates include missionary activities in Christian and non-Christian countries, pastoral and catechetical work, health care, education of children and young people, retreat houses and boarding homes, and the formation and promotion of lay missionary vanguards. They fulfill their apostolic vocation in fourteen countries around the world

Sister Celia Martinez. M.C.

Address: 1019 N. Newhope Street, Santa Ana, CA  92703-1534

Phone: 714-554-8850

Fax: 714-554-5886

e-mail: clarisas@netzero.net

Source http://www.cmswr.org/member_communities/PCMS.htm


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4 Responses to Poor Clare Missionary Sisters

  1. Dr. Jorge Guzmán Ramos says:

    Trabajamos en el Centro de Estudios Guadalupanos en la cd. de Puebla, México, y buscamos la traducción del NICAN MOPOHUA, NICAN MOTECPANA y HUEY TLAMAHUIZOLTICA al coreano. Si no cuentan con todas, una sola nos sería de gran interés. En todo caso, digannos donde podemos conseguirlas, o bien enviarlas via email o microfilmadas.
    Dios bendiga su trabajo y gracias.

    • Dr. Jorge Guzmán Ramos says:

      We work in the Guadalupan Studies Center in Puebla, México and we are looking for the NICAN MOPOHUA traslation at the corean language. Please, tell us where can we consult or copy.
      God bless your work aand thank you.

      • Dear Dr Jorge Guzman
        Thank you so much for your email Sorry for writing to you late . I was out of town and was not able to check mail untill today 16.04.2011 . I shall go through your request and write to you back on this matter May God bless you all ways

        Respectfully
        Srimal Fernando

  2. Bill and Carol says:

    Prayer Request!

    Slow Recovery from the Death of Our Only Son & Other Ongoing Hardships & Sorrows…

    Dec.6,2012

    Dear Sisters & Community of Prayer,

    Wish you all a Bless & Peaceful Christmas & New Year!

    Thank you for praying!

    Please pray(2012,2013..??) with us daily for recovery!God’s Healing,Protecting Peace & Hope in our Broken Hearts,Health and Shattered lives made harder by Severe Financial Misery!

    Feel free to pass or e-mail our urgent prayer request on to other Communities(Women&Men)of Prayer that you know of? Meanwhile,We continue to stay at our Post in Hope & Prayer with the help of your daily prayers & God’s Mercy!

    Thank you!

    Bill and Carol. .usa

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