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BRANCHING OUT Vol 30 No 1 Spring 2017 2 Priory Ties 3 Benedict Inn Crucifix Blessing 6 A Souper Afternoon 7 Women of Grace 9 Honoring Women with the Angels of Grace Awards 12 Honoring Women with the Mary Martha Celebration 14 The SPH Renovation Nears Completion 17 New LED Lighting 18 Sr Mary Bede Obituary 19 Ave Maria Guild Anniversary 21 Vocation and Ongoing Formation Seeking God INTERNET Website www benedictine com Contact us olgmonastery benedictine com CREDITS Editor Sr Mary Luke Jones Design Layout Michelle Hammond Photography and Contributors Leigh DeNoon Sr Cathy Ann Lepore Sr Ann Patrice Papesh Sr Julie Sewell On the Cover Sr Jennifer Mechtild accompanied by Sr Maureen Therese Cooney and Sr Mary Ann Koetter blesses the entryway under the Seek God on the Feast of the Epiphany BRANCHING OUT a publication of the Sisters of St Benedict of Our Lady of Grace Monastery informs its readers of newsworthy involvements of the sisters and acknowledges the generosity of donors Mission Statement Seeking God in everyone and everything we Sisters of St Benedict of Our Lady of Grace Monastery live in community founded upon prayer work and hospitality 2 Dear Friends I always look forward to the season of spring Anticipating the beauty of the blossoms on the trees and the colorful flowers ready to burst forth always fills me with joy and hope As we journey through the season of Lent we are reminded of the journey that leads us to Easter We prepare our hearts for the gift of new life and thank God for the opportunity to begin again as we celebrate Christ s life death and resurrection When we gather as a community each day for prayer we pray for the world that it may know the redeeming love of Jesus Christ We have been about many things at Our Lady of Grace Monastery In this issue of Branching Out you will be able to read about a big stewardship project that we have been working on Not to ruin the story but we have been changing out all our light bulbs with ones that are more energy efficient As you can imagine there are a lot of light bulbs in our monastery You will have to read the article to find out how many Stewardship is an important Benedictine value That is why we want to make sure that we are wise about our use of energy Sharing our Benedictine charism and inviting others to join us in the monastic way of life is an important part of our life together You will have the opportunity to learn more about the ways we share our way of life with others You will read an article by Sr Julie Sewell who serves as our full time Vocation Director She will share the many ways that she invites young women to discern a call to our community You might even learn some new ways of fostering vocations Of course saying yes to a religious vocation is only the first step of the journey Every day we are called to say yes to God s call for us Sisters who are in formation have a strong monastic formation program that helps them deepen their understanding of the Benedictine way of life Those of us who are perpetually professed never stop learning and deepening our understanding of our way of life and of our love of Christ We are blessed to have a strong formation and ongoing formation program In the last issue of Branching Out you read about the renovation at the Benedict Inn and saw pictures of the newly renovated bedrooms and beautiful calligraphy that adorns each wall In this issue you will see the results of the major renovation at St Paul Hermitage With the completion of this renovation just around the corner we are excited about sharing it with you We could never have done any of this without the support of our donors We are so thankful for your generosity Your support of our mission is a great gift Know that we hold you in prayer each day as we to pray the Divine Office and celebrate the Eucharist May God bless you abundantly and may you know that you mean the world to us In the peace of Christ Sr Jennifer Mechtild Horner
BRANCHING  OUT  Vol. 30, No. 1 Spring 2017 2 Priory-Ties 3 Benedict Inn Crucifix Blessing 6 A    Souper    Afternoon 7 Wom...
T he Benedict Inn Retreat and Conference Center hosted a large group of sisters and donors for the blessing of the Benedictine crucifixes to hang in the new bedrooms and refurbished areas of the facility Fifty benefactors responded to our invitation to purchase a crucifix and place it in the designated area Our Lay Board president Connie Lund and her husband Jim place their crucifix Sr Jennifer Mechtild Horner is joined by Sr Carol Falkner and Sr Mary Luke Jones for the blessing prayers
T  he Benedict Inn  Retreat and Conference Center hosted a large group of sisters and donors for the blessing of the Bened...
Ned and Clare Endris place a crucifix in the new conference room in memory of their wife and mother Annie Endris A large gathering of sisters and donors joined us for the blessing Erika Woods is the artist who painted a quote from St Benedict s Rule in each of the 44 newly refurbished bedrooms
Ned and Clare Endris place a crucifix in the new conference room in memory of their wife and mother, Annie Endris.  A larg...
One of the 44 Benedictine Rule quotes found on the bedroom wall The crucifixes lined up for the blessing
One of the 44 Benedictine Rule quotes found on the bedroom wall.  The crucifixes lined up for the blessing.
Pictures from a Souper Afternoon T he monastery hosted its 4th annual Souper Bowl fundraiser for over 250 happy people Each participant received a handcrafted pottery bowl and lunch while watching our artisans at work Next February s event will begin a new tradition entitled Arts Artisans in the Afternoon Watch the monastery s website and Facebook page for details The largest crowd ever enjoyed the day Sr Mary Carol Messmer completing one of her many beautiful quilts Sr Nicolette Etienne s love of the rosary inspires her rosary making Sr Sharon Kuhn at her loom 6 A look at the handcrafted bowls
Pictures from a    Souper    Afternoon   T  he monastery hosted its 4th annual    Souper Bowl    fundraiser for over 250 h...
Sr Susan Marie Lindstrom was honored by Bishop Chatard High School with its 2015 2016 Outstanding Faculty Staff Award Sr Susan Marie completed 14 years at BCHS before assuming the position of Activity Director at St Paul Hermitage 7
Sr. Susan Marie Lindstrom was honored by Bishop Chatard High School with its 2015 2016 Outstanding Faculty  Staff Award. S...
We are pleased to announce our Prioress Sr Jennifer Mechtild was elected Chairperson of the Conference of Benedictine Prioresses She was chosen for this position by her peers at the gathering of Benedictine Prioresses in Tucson Arizona Sr Jennifer s duties will include being a delegate of the Communio Internationalis Benedictinarum CIB made up of representatives of Benedictine women s communities throughout the world Sr Antoinette Purcell served as a spiritual director for an 8 day retreat at the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford OH and led a retreat for St Rose of Lima Parish in Franklin IN With Sr Juliann Babcock she became CoDirector of the Spiritual Direction Internship at Benedict Inn Retreat Conference Center Sr Mary Luke Jones was the keynote speaker at the Our Lady of Fatima Retreat House Annual Fundraiser Dinner in November She was also invited to speak to the Archdiocesan priests at their annual retreat held at Fatima that same month Sr Mary Luke has just completed a 14 year stint as a trustee of the Beech Grove Public Library In June the Beech Grove Library became a branch of the Indianapolis Marion County Public Library She served on the IMCPL board during the 6 month transition period GIVE THE GIFT OF A LIFETIME 8 Make the gift of a lifetime through the IRA Charitable Rollover first having to recognize the distribution as income The IRA Charitable Rollover allows qualified individuals age 70 1 2 or older to transfer up to 100 000 annually from their Individual Retirement Account IRA directly to charity without This permanent tax benefit allows you to experience the joy of giving more during your lifetime For more information contact Sr Mary Luke at 371 787 3287 ext 3035
We are pleased to announce our Prioress, Sr. Jennifer Mechtild, was elected Chairperson of the Conference of Benedictine P...
H onoring women is an important part of the life of the sisters at Our Lady of Grace Two annual award events occurred during the Fall of 2016 At the 9th annual Angels of Grace awards ceremony we honored Carol Naragon with the Archangel Raphael award for being a companion to single women who are going it alone Dee Morley with the Archangel Michael award for her care of and concern for the poor and disadvantaged and Liz Niemiec with the Archangel Gabriel award for drawing attention to the small things that can help a child endure the greatest challenge These three women join 24 others see sidebar on page 11 who have received this prestigious award In September over 350 people joined the awardees and enjoyed a luncheon and fashion show by The Secret Ingredient This event is sponsored by the Benedict Inn Retreat Conference Center ARCHANGEL Raphael Carol Naragon knows how it feels to be left alone alone with children to raise and obligations to meet It happened to her after 18 years of marriage and 4 children In 2007 Carol began her notfor profit ministry Haven Sanctuary for Women to provide housing financial help education food and prayer to single women and mothers It s staggering to know that single moms and women are the fastest growing group of homeless in the United States Carol took it upon herself to help reduce that number in her Greenwood community The goal of the Haven ministry is to help women get back on their feet and to support them during a time of abandonment and fear A long held dream was realized in 2013 when Carol s church Greenwood Wesleyan donated the use of its unused parsonage for temporary housing ARCHANGEL Michael The young at heart Dee Morley has worked tirelessly for the past 20 years at the Cathedral Soup Kitchen and 9
H  onoring women is an important part of the life of the sisters at Our Lady of Grace. Two annual award events occurred du...
Food Pantry Nothing is too much for her as she meets and greets each and every person with her beautiful smile Dee considers the poor mentally ill and those struggling with addictions as her brothers and sisters in Christ Called the Energizer Bunny by her co workers at the soup kitchen Dee is a whirlwind of good as she cooks cleans gathers and serves her wonderful soups and meals all made with love and an eye to offering a variety of appetizing foods The Cathedral kitchen serves about 100 people a day Twenty years of 100 people a day adds up to an impressive amount of good and holy work little things can mean a lot During his final weeks of life Liz s seven year old friend Max found comfort and Liz Niemiec receiving her award from Sr Carol Falkner at a later date ARCHANGEL Gabriel Liz Niemiec is wise beyond her years As a high school junior she recognized how Tables fit for angels left to right Carol Naragon Benedict Inn administrator Sr Carol Falkner Dee Morley Sr Mary Luke Jones standing in for Liz Niemiec who was unable to attend due to a national award she received that day Over 25 fabulous raffle baskets 10 Srs Harriet Woehler and Alice Marie Gronotte enjoying the festivities
Food Pantry. Nothing is too much for her as she meets and greets each and every person with her beautiful smile. Dee consi...
happiness in a puppy This prompted her with the help of her mom Therese to begin a not for profit foundation dedicated to granting little wishes to little kids Some of our lucky raffle winners The Little Wish Foundation whose gifts range from 300 800 has made life a little sweeter for over 600 children Every three minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer Bringing a little joy a bit of happiness and a period of distraction to boys and girls fighting for their lives propels Liz and her volunteers into action Now at the ripe old age of 23 and a recent graduate of Butler University Liz is the Chief Operating Officer of the Little Wish Foundation Some of our lovely models showing off the latest fashions Past Angels of Grace award recipients 2008 Barbara Himes Mary B Weiss Ann M DeLaney 2009 Bernie Price Marion Mascari Pamela Altmeyer 2010 Julie Molloy Anne Ryder Caroline Fisher 2011 Marilyn Glick Rita Fiorentino Sandra Bailey 2012 Jo Ann Moore Bonnie Schott Sally Schrock 2013 Barbara Boyd Mary Anne Schaefer Wendi Middleton 2014 Donna Oklak Lori Hofmann Judy O Bannon 2015 Mark your calendar now for this year s notto be missed event the 10th annual Angels of Grace celebration September 30 2017 Lynda Knable Linda Znachko Jennifer Trapuzzano May she rest in peace 11
happiness in a puppy. This prompted her, with the help of her mom Therese, to begin a not-for-profit foundation dedicated ...
I n October the monastery s vocation office hosted its 2nd annual Mary Martha awards by honoring two young adult women who have distinguished themselves through lives of prayer and service Heinekamp and LeeAnn Zatkulak offered a reflection on their lives of prayer and service Over 50 young adults sisters and families gathered for a coffee bar desserts and the presentation of the M M awards Past recipients Erica The Serra Club of Indianapolis is a major supporter of this vocation event The third annual event is scheduled for October 22 2017 A look at the popular coffee bar and luscious desserts Each award winner receives a hand crafted coffee mug and a gift certificate for the Benedict Inn
I  n October, the monastery   s vocation office hosted its 2nd annual Mary   Martha awards by honoring  two young adult wo...
Mary Award Katie Sahm has led a life of ministry with prayer as the fuel and foundation of her work She exemplifies the beauty of having a heart of prayer Katie is an alumna of Bishop Chatard High School where she led retreats as a campus minister She worked at Guerin Catholic for two years as an art teacher and campus minister She has worked in the Young Adult and College Campus Ministry office of the Archdiocese for five years In her role there she has been leading young adult retreats and retreats at the St Catherine of Alexantdria Women s House Katie graduated from DePaul University as a painting major with a minor in Catholic Studies With her love for art and prayer she is starting a new business Become a New Creation The mission of Become a New Creation is to help evangelize the world through beauty inviting others into the creative process and helping them grow spiritually through art Martha Award Lauren LaCoy has an extensive service resume and exemplifies the beauty of having a servant s heart She began her teaching career in 2007 at Central Catholic High School in Bloomington Illinois Lauren is now teaching theology and working in campus ministry at St Theodore Guerin High School in Noblesville Indiana She has led service trips to the Phillippines Bethlehem Farm in West Virginia and with the Franciscans for the Poor In addition she has served on the following committees Bloomington Normal Youth Ministry Council RCIA RCIT Team Member Teacher and Bethlehem Farm Summer Servant Ameri Corps Volunteer Lauren currently volunteers with Indy Catholic including Operation Leftover the Hospitality Committee for Theology on Tap and the Knights of Columbus Mater Dei Council 437 One of her favorite achievements is her award for the Best Bowling Team Costumes for the 2015 Bowling Intramurals through Indy Catholic Lauren and Katie are all smiles after receiving their awards 13
Mary Award  Katie Sahm has led a life of ministry with prayer as the fuel and foundation of her work. She exemplifies the ...
The newly decorated dining room is only eclipsed by its delicious fare and lively conversation T hanks to the hard work and support of hundreds of donors and laborers the major renovation of St Paul Hermitage is almost finished The residents and staff have weathered it well with good humor intact Newly refurbished dining room library and party room a brand new beauty shop and public restrooms nurse s office medical records room activity area recreation room new administrative office spaces and the construction of a physical therapy lab join the redesigned and enlarged resident rooms on the first and second floor Residents and guests are greeted inside the front door at the new reception area It has always been a favorite hangout for the residents to get their mail visit and catch up on the news and now even more so For over 60 years there were no public restrooms on the main floor That has been remedied along with new lavatories on the lower level The activities center continued on page 16 14
The newly decorated dining room is only eclipsed by its delicious fare and lively conversation.  T  hanks to the hard work...
Trying to balance the books to the music of incessant pounding was a challenge I must admit but it was all worth it when I moved into the new business office Part of the renovation was to shift the administrative Receptionist Cindy Yeich greets a resident returning from an outing in the new reception area offices to the former sisters quarters One day I asked a resident how she was fairing with all the noise dust and traffic from the construction You know she said it doesn t bother me at all In fact on weekends when the workers are gone it is so quiet almost eerie I miss the activity The second floor library offers an array of books and space for a game of chess cards or bingo The south end of the library provides a relaxing area for reading or visiting with friends Sr Sharon Kuhn SPH bookkeeper Sr Sharon Kuhn in her quiet business office 15
Trying to balance the books to the music of incessant pounding was a challenge, I must admit, but it was all worth it when...
After weeks of dodging ladders and taking detours up one elevator and down another just to get to the dining room it s a delight to be back to almost normal in a lovely setting Perhaps one of the biggest challenges for us during construction was finding Some of the workers discussing the work still to be done a space for the residents to hold activities and the staff to gather for meetings and in services There seemed to be not one bit of space to spare At one point my office held most of the Christmas decorations as well as my desk It was not really conducive or spacious enough to meet with relatives of prospective residents How wonderful it is to be in newly renovated quarters Making all the inconveniences worthwhile is hearing our residents speak of how much they appreciate their new accommodations That is after all what this renovation has been all about Sr Rebecca Marie Fitterer SPH administrator 16 will be housed in the former physical therapy lab The new renovation does not include the nursing wing of the Hermitage which is the newest addition to the 60 year facility or the chapel which has long been the heart and soul of the spiritual lives of the residents offering daily Mass and other religious services Still under construction is the area housing the beauty shop activity room medical records and nurse s office and the recreation area
After weeks of dodging ladders and taking detours up one elevator and down another just to get to the dining room, it   s ...
A Few Good Men In a house full of women our maintenance staff of Dallas Matheson Brad Ferguson and Doug Wood find themselves with a never ending list of things to do Dallas began work at Our Lady of Grace Academy and the monastery in 1970 A former firefighter he took over as full time maintenance supervisor in 1980 Dallas knows every nook and cranny of our building and has seen many changes over the years As you can imagine with each new administration Dallas sister supervisor changes and new priorities emerge Dallas Matheson foreground and John Morgan tackle lights in the community room T hings have lightened up around here Over the past several weeks the more than 1 500 1955 light fixtures at Our Lady of Grace and the Benedict Inn have been converted to accommodate LED lights Many of the utility companies in Indiana offer rebate programs to encourage conversion to energy efficient lighting This offered us a major opportunity to not only use less electricity but to save money in the process The only catch was the upfront money needed to invest in the new LED lights This year Sr Sheila Marie Fitzpatrick came upon a collaboration that provided the perfect remedy Culture Lighting a company that provides lighting solutions donated new LED bulbs and T8 lights enough for us to Some of the 1 500 new light bulbs waiting to be installed replace or upgrade our existing lights The company then applied for a rebate The solution was a win win for all parties rebate dollars and a tax credit for Culture Lighting increased usage of the rebate program for IPL and free lights for us The next step was to switch out the 1 500 light fixtures which involved re wiring Each fixture takes about 15 minutes to complete Our faithful maintenance staff Dallas Matheson Brad Ferguson Doug Wood and Rob Davis Benedict Inn have been joined by volunteer John Morgan for this time consuming project Stewardship is a Benedictine imperative and with the help of our maintenance team this is another attempt to take better care of the earth and the natural resources God has given us When asked about their work Dallas Brad and Doug all agreed it is challenging No two days are alike and current jobs are often set aside to tend to a broken steam pipe a plugged drain snow removal or the installation of 1 500 new light bulbs Dallas has even rescued a sister or two from a broken down elevator using the fireman s carry Brad began work at the monastery in 2007 and is learning from Dallas how to care for and maintain this 60 year old facility They make a good team and have great respect for each other Doug was hired at the Benedict Inn in 2009 and moved over to the monastery side in 2011 All summer long he tends to the grounds mowing clipping shrubs and managing trees As the only three men on the monastery staff we rely upon Dallas Brad and Doug for so many things and call upon them daily with a variety of requests They move from painting to construction to electrical to plumbing to lawn care with ease and they admit they enjoy their work The sisters agree that nothing is beyond their capabilities or mastery Thanks guys Our faithful and competent maintenance staff in the midst of still another project l to r Doug Wood Dallas Matheson Brad Ferguson
A Few Good Men In a house full of women, our maintenance staff of Dallas Matheson, Brad Ferguson and Doug Wood find themse...
Members of the Ave Maria Guild share a light moment with Cardinal Tobin I n October the St Paul Hermitage Ave Maria Guild celebrated its 60th anniversary of service to the residents and staff with a Mass and reception Joseph Cardinal Tobin was the presider at the liturgy The Guild began in 1956 which was actually three years before the Hermitage was built It boasted 11 members who were intent upon offering services to benefit the residents and supporting the mission of caring for the aged Today the Guild has 80 active members and 27 associate members Meetings occur once a month from March through
Members of the Ave Maria Guild share a light moment with Cardinal Tobin.  I  n October, the St. Paul Hermitage Ave Maria G...
December for the purpose of aiding and supporting the Sisters of St Benedict and the staff in helping to make the daily lives of our family and friends at St Paul s more meaningful states Guild member Linda Augenstein Annually the women of the AMG sponsor four fundraising events Each Spring and Fall there is a card party and a rummage sale with all proceeds going directly to St Paul s In addition many of the Guild members volunteer their time for various activities bringing an added joy to the residents The sisters congratulate the Ave Maria Guild on this milestone and are grateful for its faithful commitment to the aged we serve Guild president Linda Augenstein thanks member Rita Walsh for her many years of service Chair of the event vice president Sharon Gartrell and guild president Linda Augenstein line up for the opening procession into Mass A sumptuous buffet was part of the celebration
December    for the purpose of aiding and supporting the Sisters of St. Benedict and the staff in helping to make the dail...
W hen you enter the front door of the monastery you encounter the words Seek God These two words are mentioned in the Rule of Benedict in the chapter on accepting new members St Benedict says the question to be answered in accepting a new member is Do they truly Seek God In other words it is St Benedict s one criteria for entrance into the monastic community He of course has much to say about how to determine if one is seeking God Yet it remains true if you want a short description of the monastic vocation it can be expressed in two words Seeking God We Seek God through our prayer our ministry in all those we encounter and in our shared life as community For a monastic and for all Christians our task is to always be searching for God As Vocation Director for Our Lady of Grace I have the opportunity and blessing of speaking to many women and men of all ages from grade school through adults about the monastic vocation and religious life in general My mission as a Vocation Director is to by Sr Julie Sewell t 4IBSF NZ MPWF PG FTVT BOE His love with all those I meet t 3FNJOE UIFN UIBU XF share a common vocation through baptism to be followers of Jesus t FMQ QFPQMF EJTDFSO IPX Jesus is calling them at this particular time to follow Him t YQMBJO XIBU B NPOBTUJD vocation is and how it fits into the other vocations within the Church t TTJTU XPNFO UP EJTDFSO if God is calling them to monastic life In helping women discover a call to monastic life I am involved in various activities that offer them an opportunity to learn more about our way of life Some of these activities vary by age group For children I speak in their classrooms on the topic of religious vocations For young adults I participate in Archdiocesan events such as Called by Name dinners offered in different parishes around the Archdiocese I attend events for high school students i e Indiana Youth Conference and the National Youth Conference NCYC We offer Come and See Weekends for women ages 19 to 43 to experience monastic prayer and community life In cooperation with other religious orders we take part in a yearly event called Indy s got Sisters through which young women visit 5 or 6 orders to get a taste of each We also participate in events that support religious vocations such as the Race for Vocations held each May Annually eighth grade girls through the Serra Club are invited to spend a day at the monastery We host an event called the Mary Martha Celebration which takes place in October see accompanying article Schools and parishes often request an opportunity to visit the monastery joining the sisters for noon prayer and lunch a talk and tour The above is a sampling of activities I participate in held in the Archdiocese and the entire State of Indiana as well as other geographic areas 21
W  hen you enter the front door of the monastery, you encounter the words Seek God. These two words are mentioned in the R...
I want to highlight a new opportunity we are co sponsoring with St Walburg Monastery in Covington Ky It is a Summer of Service experience from May 28 through July 23 2017 for women ages 19 to 35 There are openings for 6 women and those accepted will spend 4 weeks at Our Lady of Grace and 4 weeks at St Walburg The women will participate in various service activities as well as experience prayer and community life with the sisters There is no charge for this event room and board will be covered by the monasteries This 8 week involvement will allow the women to have a deeper experience of monastic life an opportunity for service and personal time for prayer and retreat We are embarking upon this project because studies show that young women are service oriented and like to have a deeper experience of religious life before making a commitment to it I am very excited about this new venture because we are offering a unique opportunity for young women to experience service in two geographic areas which I think will be a very rich experience for them The community at Our Lady of Grace are also very excited to share our life with these young women see flyer opposite Along with Sr Anne Louise Frederick and Sr Carol Falkner I am also a member of our Ongoing Formation Committee 22 As a community of monastic women we value opportunities to grow as Benedictines always studying the Rule of St Benedict the Scriptures and the impact of current events In terms of putting this into practice each year we have an annual week long retreat with a Benedictine director from another community We also have a Formation Day in the Fall This past October Cardinal Tobin spoke on the future of religious life We read and discuss books together and this year we are watching a series of videos The task of the committee is to obtain the speakers and come up with the topics books or videos for the year with the prioress approval We then coordinate the events The Ongoing Formation Committee l to r Sr Carol Falkner Sr Anne Louise Frederick Sr Julie Sewell all the little details that make it work So as Benedictines we cherish our vocation that initial seed that was planted by God a few years ago or 60 years ago depending on how long one has been at the monastery We receive our vocation as a gift from God and desire to share this great gift with young women discerning a call and to continue to grow in our own vocation throughout our lives If you would like to participate in the Summer of Service or contribute financially to its success please contact Sr Julie at Julie benedictine com or 317 787 3287 ext 3034
I want to highlight a new opportunity we are co-sponsoring with St. Walburg Monastery in Covington, Ky. It is a    Summer ...
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