“In the spirit of Mary our Mother, we strive to be attentive to the spiritual and corporal needs of our pastor, parish, and community through service and prayer”
Each member commits to a Holy Hour on a distinct day of the week, thus covering a complete week. The commitment is to that day; the Seven Sister may pray at any time on that day. If she is unable to offer her Holy Hour, she is to secure a substitute either through the leader “Anchoress” or her spouse may be her substitute for that hour. This generous commitment of one hour per week of prayer is asked for a period of one year. The Holy Hour is ideally prayed in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament – either in an Adoration Chapel or in front of a Tabernacle – but not restricted to the parish of which the Seven Sister is a member. Thus, one can remain faithful to the commitment when traveling, when a parish does not offer Perpetual Adoration, or when there is limited access to a particular church. In the absence of an open parish or Perpetual Adoration Chapel, one may park their vehicle in the parking lot of a parish to pray, ideally closest to where to Tabernacle is. St. Columban can be opened for prayer upon request during office hours Monday – Thursday from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.
If you are interested in participating, please email to email@example.com.
Who We Are
The Daughters of Mary is open to all women of the parish. We assist the parish and provide outreach in a variety of ways.
- Hosting Coffee Hour after
Sunday Mass on a rotating schedule.
- Hosting Receptions for
Funerals and Special Masses
such as Confirmation, First
Communion, Easter Vigil, etc.
- Hosting Deanery Luncheons
- Hosting parish events such as the Fall Festival.
- Christmas Giving Tree Project
for families in need during Advent.
Volunteers are always needed, send us an email to let us know where you would like to help out!
Each month letters and notes of encouragement are collected and delivered to the residents at Rosemont Retirement Home and East Haven Villa here in Yelm.
Help us spread God’s love to the most vulnerable and isolated in our community!
Drop off completed cards in the bin in the Narthex. Please be sure to bundle cards which are the same, so residents don’t receive two of the same design when they are sorted.
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We meet on the second Tuesday of month at 10:00AM in the Religious Education Building in Room 103. If you are unable to attend in person, please join us on Zoom using the link below.
Next Meeting: May 10, 2022
Happy Birthday to all our members celebrating in the month of April!