An Afternoon of Prayer
The Courage of Joseph

Presenter: Maryann Enright, CSJ

Sunday, September 12, 202
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2:00 to 6:00 PM

Until Covid19 took over, Maryann made her way weekly visit to the Detention Center at South Bay in Boston where 90 immigrant men were in a holding space awaiting a decision about their future. These men spoke many different languages but longed for a human face of Hope as they struggled to make a new life for themselves and their families. Maryann responded to the invitation to speak of Joseph because he too, as an immigrant, was without home or welcome.

All are welcome!
This event will be live streamed for those who cannot participate in person

TO REGISTER: Contact
St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries
781-227-4730 or
spiritual.ministries@csjoston.org

In keeping with our desire to share our spiritual gifts and resources with others, Morning and Evenings of Prayer are offered. These prayer experiences include a presentation on a particular theme, time for quiet prayer and reflection, an opportunity to share and a communal closing prayer.
Free will donation may be sent to:
St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries, 71 Walnut Park, Newton, MA 02458

Maryann Enright, CSJ has been a Sister of St. Joseph since 1958. She served a number of years as Teacher and Dean of Students at Fontbonne Academy, nearly two decades with the Archdiocese of Boston Office of Spiritual Development followed by a term in leadership within the Congregation. Service to incarcerated women and men has woven through these and other ministries for most of her religious life.