Religious congregations set “nun run”
The Catholic Sisters of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the Diocese of Covington in Kentucky have announced a “Nun Run” event April 19-20 for single Catholic women ages 18-40.
A Nun Run is a twenty-four+ hour experience during which young women will visit sisters’ houses/convents from the first evening until the next evening. The sisters offer transportation, overnight hospitality, meals, prayer and fun.
Participants can choose to meet the sisters at the first convent at 6 p.m. Or the sisters will pick participants up at a central location and drive them to the first stop. Transportation will be provided as each convent is visited. The NUN RUN should be completed around 8p.m. the next day.
There is no charge for participating in the event. Those involved should bring personal toiletries/alarm clock and a curious spirit & an open heart.
Email your registration to: [email protected]
Congregations participating in the vent include: Sisters of Mercy; Sisters of Notre Dame Covington, KY; Sisters of St. Francis Oldenburg, IN; Sisters of the Precious Blood, Dayton; Poor Clare Sisters, Cincinnati; Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery, Covington; Congregation of Divine Providence – Melbourne, KY: Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur – Cincinnati and the Marianist Sisters – Dayton.
In order to arrange overnight hospitality, the sisters would appreciate having your registration by April 11.