The Felician Association is a group of Christian men and women who share a desire to be more engaged with the Felician Sisters, feel their own sense of spiritual renewal, and share more in the Sisters’ prayer and good works. Associates meet monthly to learn more about the life and teachings of St. Francis, St. Clare, Blessed Mary Angela, St. Felix, and the Felician Sisters. They participate in special retreat days and service projects, tour local ministries, and promote involvement within their own parishes and communities. Similar in nature to the Felician Core Values class for freshmen at OLSH, the Felician Association is a chance for adults to learn how to put the values of the Sisters into practice in their everyday life.
Becky (Gasper) Mulvay ’91 and her daughters Clare ’23 and Olivia ’23 were excited to join the Felician Associates at their meeting in Founder’s Hall this past weekend. The ladies participated in a panel discussion, where associates were invited to ask questions about what’s going on at OLSH and how they can be involved. They represented OLSH with pride, sharing their experiences and promoting the good work and news of the school.