Moms Stay in Touch with Rosary, Readings, and Reflections

Posted September 17, 2014 / Last updated September 19, 2014

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Moms In Touch

Moms In Touch: Front row, from left: Lisa Mills, Nancy North, Fr. Norman O’Neal, S.J., Carol Koster, Terri Stuckey, and Liz Francingues; Second row, from left: Fern Carr, Gretchen Bel, Jodi Power, Sandee Krizan, Jill Stoner, Amy McMahon, Lisa Kuebel, Libby Tittle, Missy Duhon, and Breni Crabtree; and back row, left: Celeste Arseneaux and Elise Diament.

Mothers, grandmothers, and concerned friends of Jesuit students and alumni are welcome and encouraged to participate in weekly rosary, readings, and reflections with Jesuit’s Moms in Touch group. Mothers meet every Wednesday morning at 8:15 to pray for the needs and intentions of our school, our students, their families, the faculty, the administration, and the staff. (On late mornings, the rosary begins at 9 a.m.)

This year, the group is meeting in the Chapel of the North American Martyrs while the small chapel is being renovated.

“The large chapel is beautiful, and we’re glad to use it, but we look forward to moving back into the small chapel,” said Breni Crabtree who is the mother of one alumnus and two current students. “The small chapel is perfect for us and our needs.”

Once a month, a Jesuit priest offers Mass after the rosary. See the Moms in Touch page for contact information and the Mass schedule.