Sister Kathleen Clare Lahl, OSB was raised in a Protestant family. She attended church and prayed, but something was missing. Drawn to the Catholic faith, she began attending Mass.
“Then one day, at the consecration when the priest elevated the bread, there was a knowing inside me that was so powerful. It was a revelation. I experienced the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist that day.” She became a Catholic.
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We Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration are a monastic community called to a ministry of prayer, with a tradition of unceasing adoration of Christ in the Eucharist. As Benedictines we live under a Rule and a prioress. Each of our monasteries with its distinct spirit and circumstances unites the monastic charism with an orientation to the Eucharist in the service of the Church. Read more