“Our help is in the name of the Lord who made heaven and earth” Psalm 124

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and forever. Amen!

We, Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ, zealously and humbly prayed before, during, and after Hurricane Irma to the Almighty and Merciful Father to watch over us with love.

We also begged the Immaculate Mother of the Mystical Body of Christ to take us and the whole human family under Her protection. United into one family of God, we give highest praise to the Most Holy Soul of Christ for His infinite mercy, compassion, and His protection over us and all of our beloved friends, benefactors, families of St. Joseph Church and School and everyone whom we know because of Him.

We send special warm appreciation and thankful thoughts and prayers to our Dearest Sisters of our Community under the leadership of Mother General, M. Aurelia Nowak in Poland, to our parents, siblings, and all who embraced us by love, prayers, and outstanding support. Thank you for the loving concern of our Most Reverend Bishop Barbarito and the priests of our Diocese and St. Joseph Parish.

With thankful hearts, prayers, humble gratitude and deep trust in Jesus living in our souls, we love you all. With your prayers we were blessed with no damage to our Convent and Chapel. We suffered only a few days with no electricity. These difficult circumstances strengthened our faith and union with Christ and with each other.

Sr. Anita with Sisters, Stuart, Florida







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Sofia Tajber

Foundress Mother Paula Sofia Tajber The Foundress of the Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord sepia tone collage of Mother Paula from childhood to adulthood Sofia Tajber was born on June 23, 1890 in Biala Podlaska, Poland and is the fifteenth child in her family. She was raised in a Catholic, religious family. Her father owned a factory in which three-hundred poverty workers were employed. The sociable atmosphere at home, where the parents enthusiastically discussed the betterment of conditions for their employees, began to shape the heart and mind of the child. Her involvement with them at an early age led her to become sensitive to human misery and to the plight of the poor. learn more...

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