Conference of Presentation Sisters (CPS)
The Conference of Presentation Sisters of North America began in August 1953 under the title of the “North American Conference” when several Presentation communities in North America began to collaborate and communicate on issues of ministry, spirituality and social justice. All of these communities claim their origins from Nano Nagle. The Conference, which now includes seven communities, changed its name in 2003. An executive team guides the activities of the Conference, and conference leaders meet at least once a year to advance the Presentation charism through prayer, discussion, future planning and joint projects. In 2005, the congregations came together at a Convergence in St. Paul, Minnesota. This was a wonderful time of sharing and planning for the future. The congregations of the Conference have also come together to sponsor a joint ministry endeavor in New Orleans, Louisiana, called Lantern Light. View Lantern Light ministry. Visit the Conference of Presentation Sisters‘ website.