Solemn Profession for Sr. Miriam Thérèse (’07)!
May 17,
2012

Commencement 2007Commencement 2007At 9:30 this morning Sr. Miriam Thérèse of the Holy Face, O.C.D. (Kelly Waldman ’07), made her solemn profession at the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph in Valparaiso, Neb. The Bishop of Lincoln, the Most Reverend Fabian Bruskewitz, offered Mass and received her final vows.

The date of this blessed event is significant on a number of levels: It is the liturgical anniversary of Sr. Miriam Thérèse’s first profession; the anniversary of her entrance into the Carmelite Order; and the anniversary of the canonization of her patroness, St. Thérèse of Lisieux. Of course it is also Ascension Thursday, of particular relevance to Sr. Miriam Thérèse’s religious name, because this was the last day Our Lord’s Holy Face was seen on earth before He returned to His Father in heaven.

Sr. Miriam Thérèse of the Holy Face is one of three alumnae at the Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. The others are Sr. Paula Grimm (’08) and Sr. Pauline of Christ (Bridget Morey ’05). Please keep all three of these devoted nuns in your prayers!