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Poor Clare's are contemplative nuns who live a life of prayer, community and joy.

The first thing you need to know is that a Poor Clare is a nun - meaning that she lives in one monastery (usually) for her whole life. She takes solemn vows that can only be dispensed by Rome. BUT the second thing you have to know - is that a Poor Clare Nun is not a Benedictine, Dominican, Visitation or Carmelite nun. She is a Poor Clare nun.There is a world of difference between these other beautiful orders and Poor Clares.NO, not all nuns are alike.

Chosen the film a collaborat documentmentary film-in-progress that will form a portrait of a young woman transitioning into the Corpus Christi Monastery in Rockford Illinios.  A film by Abbie Reese and the Poor Clare Collettine nuns.

At the Corpus Christi Monastery of the Poor Clares in Rockford, IL

All Time Is at the Service of God

In a world where “time is money,” the Monastic culture grasps a deeper reality. For the contemplative, it is not a matter of material gain; rather, all time is at the service of God. Each moment is a means to a far greater end and, therefore, every moment counts. If time is used well, there will be everlasting happiness and bliss untold!

MI Prison Ministry-Go Forth and Make Disciples

Since 2001, the MI prison Ministry has provided Holy Bibles in and Spanish, Rosaries, Spirtual reading materails, Holy cars-and most importanlty-prayer ans spirtual correspondence with prisoners at more than 200 correctional facilities in 48 states.

$5.00 donated to MI Prison Ministry - 1 Holy Bible

$10.00 donated to Mi Prison Minisrty-2 Bibles, 5 Holy Cards, and a Rosary

$20.00 donated to Mi Prison Ministy-3 Bibles, 10 Holy Cards & 2 Pamphlets.