▪ Seven Sisters attended a 3-hour session on “Spirituality in Today’s World” given by Fr. Anthony Gittens, CSSp. His talk was informative and called one to a change in life. He brought out very strongly that to be Spiritually shaped is radically different. Life in the Spirit is empowerment for mission and for witness to God’s acts. The talk was followed by a positive discussion and inner desire to change. Sr. Alicia Buddan has organized for this Pallottine Year, a monthly 9 days of prayer for anyone to come and spend time in adoration from 5:00 to 7:00p.m. Srs. Margaret and Adalberta have started a UAC group for young people and have begun to study the life of St. V. Pallotti stressing the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. They made a plan to implement the Works of Mercy by visiting homes and praying the Rosary with Shut-ins. Sr. Adalberta organizes Sacramental instructions especially for First Holy Communion and Confirmation for students attending non-Catholic schools.
▪ Nazareth’s had a visiting “Madrecita” from Mexico and a laywoman who stepped out in faith to see how they could help the Belizean people, and also to see if there would be a possibility of working with the Indigenous Indians of Punta Gorda.
▪ The Retreat Center continues to host a variety of people that calls for active evangelization while serving. The Center hosted 45 Cuban doctors and their ambassador, who were much edified with the food service, hospitality, and atmosphere of the sisters.