Presentation Sisters feed their spiritual lives through private and community prayer and reflection. Eucharistic Adoration in Blessed Sacrament Chapel is a daily event for sisters living in Aberdeen, while the Prayerline Ministry allows the sisters to become aware of and pray for the needs of those they serve.

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Today the Presentation Sisters can be found ministering to the needs of those in all walks of life, yet they remain grounded in their first ministry: education. Their education ministry has grown from primary and secondary schools to include colleges, parishes, ESL classes, hospitals, seminars and other venues where education is a key component.

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Health Care

The Presentation Sisters often refer to the employees of the Avera Health system as “our heart and hands.” This is because the lay women and men are truly partners in ministry with the Presentation and Benedictine Sisters.

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Cojourners, our lay associates, partner with the Presentation Sisters while they continue their own vocation and career.

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Presentation sisters are a vowed faith community who share the mission of Jesus.

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  • Sister Eleanor Joyce

    SERVICES FOR OUR DEARLY DEPARTED SISTER ELEANOR JOYCEBorn to Life – May 04, 1920Born to Eternal Life – May 27, 2015 GREETING the BODY4:00 PM – Friday, May 29, 2015 WAKE SERVICE7:00 PM – Friday, May 29, 2015 FUNERAL LITURGY11:00 AM – Saturday, May 30, …

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  • Cinco de Mayo Fiesta

    Latino Culture Celebrated  The 2015 Wells Fargo Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, held May 9 in Falls Park, was an extraordinary day for the entire family. An estimated 8,000 people enjoyed the festive day celebrating in the park while supporting Caminando Juntos, the Presentation Sisters Latino …

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  • A Nuclear-Free World

    The Global Sisters Report features an article by Jan Cebula titled, “We forge the path of solidarity toward a nuclear-free world.” A review of The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) is held every five years to assess whether treaty obligations are being met and to develop …

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