the Church, Archbishops, Bishops, Priests,
and other Religious say about SSC!!
"This is a wonderful time to be a Religious.....your witness
as Servants of His eternal plan of love will point others to the
Marriage Supper of the Lamb in Heaven, but anticipated by His Presence
here and now in the Sacrament of our salvation which He accomplished
on the Sacred Cross."
Monsignor Peter Wilkinson
Former Visitor to The Servants of the Sacred Cross
"Such creative remnants (referring to SSC) are the hope
for a renewed Church."
The Rev. Dr. Robert Crouse, priest; Professor Emeritus
of Classics, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia and
Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Saskatchewan.
"His Holiness (Pope Benedict XVI) will remember you and
the Sisters in his prayers, and he invokes upon you the sustaining
grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ."
The Vatican, Secretariat of State.
"(We are) highly appreciative of the Communitys commitment
to prayer for the oneness of all Christs disciples
spiritual ecumenism is the heart of the search...."
Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
"I find it exciting...we need to witness to the fullness
of the Catholic Faith."
The Rev. Mother Mary Teresa, SSM,
Anglican Priory of Our
Lady, Walsingham, England.
".....actual movement for unity comes from within communities,
and that seems to be exactly what is happening within your Community.
I am moved by this knowledge..."
Most Rev. Wilton Gregory, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta;
former President of the USCCB.
especially impressed with the Rule and Constitution... (they) have
been thoughtfully and prayerfully formed at each step of the way."
The Rt. Rev. Donald Harvey, former SSC Episcopal Visitor.
"SSC can provide ways in which devout people can live their
"normal" life in a "religious" one, enabling
them to be more fully what they are and who they are... may be answering
the need that was felt when the monastic movement first began."
The Rev. Canon Russell Elliott, priest and author.
"The thrust of SSC is to uphold the Cross of Christ to the
The Rev. Everett E. Hill, Anglican priest.
"I am very pleased that people around Australia are becoming
interested in your way of life and I hope that you get more vocations
from this part of the world. (The Sisters in Perth) are certainly
giving good witness to people in their parish
to Religious Life
.It is a joyful and prayerful vocation."
Most Rev. B. J. Hickey, Roman Catholic Archbishop pf Perth, Australia