From the earliest foundations of the Olivetan Benedictine community, the service of the Church in the active Apostolate has been a major component in the life of its members. The chief works to which the community has been dedicated have been Catholic education, Christlike care of the sick, and other apostolic works.
In keeping with this heritage, the apostolic works of the community are adapted to the needs of the Church and to the needs of the times, subject always to the approval of Church authorities and the authority of the community. Each Sister’s interests and talents play a major role in her ministry assignment.
The Sister faithfully and conscientiously performs the work entrusted to her in a spirit of joy and creativity. Regardless of what the Sister is assigned to do in community, she strives to pattern her life according to the admonition expressed in the Rule of St. Benedict, that in all things God be glorified.
Visiting the Sick
Ministering to Black Catholics
You can assist the Olivetan Benedictine Sisters of Holy Angels Convent through a financial gift. Your gift would be used for current needs, repairs to the Mother House and supporting our active and retired Sisters.