Caritas House of Prayers

Caritas House of Prayer is located at 185 South Road in Paget, East.  People of all faiths are welcome to come on Wednesdays for quiet prayer and reflection between 10:30am to 7:00pm.  In addition to providing a peaceful setting for prayer, there is the opportunity to share faith with others and to make use of the spiritual books and tapes that are available.

Schedule of Event's

“Quiet Wednesday”

10:30am:  Recitation of the Rosary

11:00am – 3:30pm: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

  5:30pm: Evening prayer - All are welcome to stop by for quiet time before heading home. (Children are welcome)

 

Schedule: The House of Prayer will be CLOSED - Wednesday, 8th November. Activities will resume Wednesday, 15th November.

Wednesday, 1st November (All Saints Day) - Rosary at 10:30am followed by the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 12:00pm. - There will be NO evening prayer.

Wednesday, 15th November 2:00pm - 4:00pm - Second Session of Introduction to Theology - "The Diversity and Unity of Theology" and Theology & Revelation.

Sunday, 19th November at 6:00pm - Repeated Session

Monthly Evening Prayer: 

Lectio Divina: Mondays - 7:00pm at St. Theresa's

*Reminder:If you have a relative or friend in the hospital and would like a visit from the Sisters, please call 236-5877

 

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Sisters of Charity

Sister Judith Marie Rollo, SC was born on 10th January 1940 in Boston, Massachusetts. She entered the Sisters of Charity of Halifax on 8th October 1957 and took her first vows on 17th April 17 1960.
 
Sister Dolores Sullivan, SC was born on 26th June 26 1938 in Boston, Massachusetts. She entered the Sisters of Charity of Halifax on 26th September 1956 and took her final vows on April 26, 1959.
 
The Sisters continue to minister to the sick and homebound in Bermuda. They also assist with the Religious Education Department of the Diocese and substitute as teachers at our one Catholic School, Mount St. Agnes Academy, from which they retired as principals in 2005.
 
Click here for more information on the Sisters of Charity and their role in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bermuda.