HM Sisters Encourage Understanding and Advocacy in Response to Recent Headlines
VILLA MARIA, Pa. (Nov. 6, 2018)–The Sisters of the Humility of Mary have long stood in solidarity with and advocated for the human dignity of all persons. Their mission of bringing more abundant life to all God’s people has been the driving force behind their congregation’s words and witness going back to their founding in France in 1854.
HM Sisters' Annual Tradition Celebrates Jesus' Birth Around the World
VILLA MARIA, Pa. – Celebrate the holiday season by joining the Sisters of the Humility of Mary for their annual Nativity Display, an indoor Advent tradition featuring hundreds of nativity sets from around the world. The Villa Maria Nativity Display will be held from 12 to 5 p.m., Dec. 3 and Dec. 10, 2017 at Villa Maria Community Center, 225 Villa Marie Road, Villa Maria, Pa. Admission and parking are free.
18th Villa Maria Harvest Day Honors Heritage of HM Sisters
VILLA MARIA, Pa. – Come enjoy some good, old-fashioned fun on the farm! Plan to be a part of the 18th annual Villa Maria Harvest Day, a family event dedicated to honoring the agricultural heritage of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary. The sisters will host Villa Maria Harvest Day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 30, at Villa Maria Farm, Villa Maria, Pa.
Sisters of the Humility of Mary Condemn Racism
VILLA MARIA, Pa. ‒ The Sisters of the Humility of Mary wish to add our collective voice to the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), and all the individuals, groups and organizations that condemn racism in all its forms.
Sisters of the Humility of Mary Release Public Statement on Immigration
VILLA MARIA, Pa. ‒ In the spring of 1864, the entire congregation of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary left behind their lives in France to immigrate to the United States in response to a request from Father Louis Hoffer, a French missionary in Louisville, Ohio, who needed sisters to serve his French-speaking parishioners.