Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary are bound together in faith and urged by the love of God to respond to the most pressing needs of our time.

Nourished and strengthened by prayer.

We are drawn together in community.

We recognize and honor the sacredness of all creation.

We continue to educate in a variety of ways.

Highlights

Calendar

Jun
25

“Called to be Co-Creators with God” is a five-day retreat facilitated by Tim Shepard, SJ. Download the flyer here.

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Jul
18

In “Sowing Seeds of Empathy,” lawyers from the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC) and Dr. Felipe Lopez-Sustaita (executive director of the Hispanic/ Latino Commission of Michigan) will share  the most current information on immigration policy, how it’s impacting immigrant families and communities in Michigan and how we can support and advocate on behalf of our immigrant neighbors in Monroe County and elsewhere. There will be time for Q&A and conversation. This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. Download the flyer here.

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Stories

Called to be a Co-Creator with God: Retreat

A week-long retreat, “Called to be a Co-Creator with God,” will take place Sunday, June 25, through Friday, June 30….

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Then and Now

The IHM Sisters have impacted the lives of thousands of people through the years. Many of those they’ve touched want…

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