“The Eucharist is the heart of our consecrated life and the focal point of our spiritual heritage.”
Felician Sisters Constitution – Life of Prayer

The Eucharist is a daily celebration of thanksgiving at the center of my life. I can only hope that I live the fruits of this daily nourishment in all my relationships whether in community, ministry or outreach to all my brothers and sisters.”
Sister Mary Sharon Iacobucci

Just as the Eucharist is central to the Catholic faith, so, too, is the Eucharist the center of each Felician Sister’s consecrated life.

We celebrate the Eucharist daily and, within each of our chapels, offer daily exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

The Eucharist centers us and propels us as it guides and fills us with God’s grace and mercy, propelling us to spread that mercy and love to all we meet and to all we serve. The Eucharist animates all that we do, helping us to find God in all people and in all things.

We remember the words of Blessed Pope John Paul II:

“It is from the Eucharist that all of us receive the grace and strength for daily living—to live real Christian lives, in the joy of knowing that God loves us, that Christ died for us, and that the Holy Spirit lives in us.

“The visit to the Blessed Sacrament is a great treasure of the Catholic faith. It nourishes social love and gives us opportunities for adoration and thanksgiving, for reparation and supplication.”