Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas
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Our Cycle of Prayer

CAROA Intercessions    

Please send updates to: Sr. Ellen Francis, OSH (sisters@osh.org) - Thank you.

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Day 1.

For the Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas

For the Mission of CAROA of enhancing our capacity to act collaboratively. We are united by a common call to live consecrated lives in celibate community, personal poverty, and obedience to God as mediated through the wisdom of our communities.

Day 2.

Community of Divine Love

San Gabriel CA.

Day 3.

Community of the Holy Spirit

St. Hilda's House, New York, NY, USA. Community Council. Branch Houses: The Melrose Convent and Bluestone Farm and Living Arts Center, Brewster, New York, USA.

Day 4.

Community of St Francis

St. Francis House, San Francisco, California, USA. Sister Maggie, Minister Provincial.

Day 5.

Community of St John Baptist

Convent of St John Baptist, Mendham. New Jersey, USA. Sister Eleanor Francis, Superior.

Day 6.

Community of St Mary, Southern Province

Sisters of St Mary, Sewanee, Tennessee, USA. Sister Madeleine Mary, Superior. Branch House: Sisters of St Mary, Marycroft – Banga-an, Philippines.

Day 7.

Community of St Mary, Western Province

St. John's by-the-Lake, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sr. Letitia, Superior.

Day 8.ior

Aspirants to the Religious Life

We pray that those who are called to religious life will respond to that call and explore their vocation.

Day 9.

Community of the Sisters of the Church

Sr. Heather Broadwell CSC, Canadian Sister Provincial and for Sr. Marguerite Mae, CSC, Mother Superior. For the Sisters in Oakville and Hamilton in Canada.

Day 10.

Community of the Transfiguration

Convent of the Transfiguration, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Sr. Jean Gabriel, Superior. Ministries: Bethany School, St. Monica's Recreation Center and Transfiguration Spirituality Center in Cincinnati, Ohio; Tabor Cottage in Northern Ohio.

Day 11.

Order of the Holy Cross

Brother Robert James Magliula, Superior. Houses: Holy Cross Monastery, West Park, New York, USA; Mount Calvary Monastery, Santa Barbara, California, USA; Holy Cross Priory, Toronto, Canada; Mariya uMama weThemba Monastery, Grahamstown, South Africa; and for Monks not in Residence, and the Holy Cross School in South Africa.

Day 12.

Order of Julian of Norwich

White Lake, Wisconsin, USA. Mother Hilary, Guardian.

Day 13.

Order of St Anne

Bethany Convent, Arlington, Massachusetts, USA. Sister Ana Clara, Superior.

Day 14.

Order of St Anne

Chicago, Illinois, USA. For the Sister Judith Marie Mandrath, Reverend Mother.

Day 15.

Order of St Helena

North Augusta SC. Leadership Council: Carol Andrew and Ellen Francis.

Day 16.

Order of St Benedict

St. Gregory's Abbey, Three Rivers, Michigan, USA. Abbot Andrew, Superior.

Day 17.

Sisterhood of the Holy Nativity

Bethlehem-by-the-Lake, Ripon, Wisconsin, USA. Sister Abigail, Superior.

Day 18.

NAECC/CAROA Executive Group

For on-going work between annual meetings.

Day 19.

Sisterhood of St John the Divine

Sister Elizabeth Rolfe-Thomas, SSJD, Rev. Mother. Houses: St. John’s Convent in Toronto, ON; BC House in Victoria, BC.

Day 20.

Postulants and Novices

We pray for those who are exploring vocations as Postulants and Novices, that they will be supported in discerning their call to Religious Life.

Day 21.

Society of St Francis

Brother Desmond Alban, Minister Provincial. Friaries: Cathedral Center, Los Angeles, CA; San Damiano Friary, San Francisco, CA.

Day 22.

Society of St John the Evangelist

Cambridge, MA. James Koester, SSJE, Superior. Branch House: Emery House, West Newbury, MA.

Day 23.

Society of St Margaret

St Margaret's Convent, Boston, MA. Sister Adele Marie Ryan, The Rev. Mother Superior. Houses: St Margaret's Convent, Duxbury, MA; Neale House, New York, NY; St Margaret's Convent, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Day 24.

Society of St Paul

San Diego, California, USA. Fr. Barnabas Hunt, Rector.

Day 25.

For those in Temporary, Annual Vows, and in First Profession

We pray for all our brothers and sisters in this stage of their discernment; that the Spirit will lead them as they, with their communities, consider the call to Life Vows.

Day 26.

For all in Life Vows

We pray for all in life vows and we rejoice in their dedication. We pray that they remain faithful to their vows and calling, with God's help.

Day 27.

Conference of Anglican Religious Orders in the Americas

Sr. Faith Margaret, CHS, President; Br. David Bryan, OHC, Vice President, Sr. Margaret, CSC, Secretary-Treasurer; Fr. David Brinton OGS, General Secretary.

Day 28.

Religious Communities in the Worldwide Anglican Communion

We pray for all congregations which are part of the Anglican Communion and especially for all members of Religious Communities in the Anglican Communion.

Day 29.

General Convention and General Synod

General Synod in Canada, meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2019 and General Convention in the US, meeting in Baltimore, MD in 2021.

Day 30.

All Founders

We pray for those who founded our Religious Communities and pray that we remain true to their prophetic vision. We pray for all who currently exercise authority in our communities.

Day 31.

House of Bishops' Committee on the Religious Life and our Visitor/Protector Bishops

Pray for the members of the Canadian and US Committees.

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