Social Justice Actions
Following the exhortation of our foundress, Nano Nagle, to love one another and to spend ourselves for the poor, Presentation Sisters are committed to and actively engaged in the following Social Justice Actions: Ending Human Trafficking, Combating Climate Change, and Advocating for Immigrant & Ethnic Communities.
The recent mass shootings in our country impel us to once again beg all citizens and all elected leaders to end the rampant rage and division that have overpowered the nation and too often result in mass, indiscriminate violence. We stand with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) in their recent call for an end to gun violence.
Often in life, people need the support of others. Our older sisters pray for others as their ministry. If you have a personal need, special request, or other prayer intention for which you would like the Sisters of the Presentation to pray, please click on the button below to submit a request for prayers, intentions or a chapel enrollment to have the sisters join you in prayer for an occasion or through a time of sadness.
Sisters of the Presentation, San Francisco is a designated 501 (c) 3 organization, tax ID#: 942209052. Contributions can be made towards a specific ministry or fund or applied in the areas with the most need. Current giving opportunities include Legacy Giving, Matching Gifts, DAF Direct, and more.
On September 11, 2019, Presentation Sisters, Associates, family, friends, and former students gathered to celebrate Sister Euphemia O’Connor, PBVM, as she turned 100 years old. The festivities began in the morning at a special Mass and breakfast with Sisters and Associates in the San Francisco Motherhouse.
Then at 1:00 p.m., fifty of Sister Euphemia’s friends and former students gathered in the community room for a “meet and greet.” They shared memories and enjoyed viewing displays highlighting Sister Euphemia’s long life and service. Read More.
Loretto Friends Become Presentation Associates
At its June 2019 Assembly, the Presentation Community welcomed Katherine Valenzuela Sias (pictured left), Yolanda Santillan, and Patricia Diaz as new Associates. All are graduates of Our Lady of Loretto High School, Class of 1974, and active with the Loretto Friends of the Presentation Sisters. By becoming Associates, they have now forged an even closer bond with the Presentation Sisters and their charism. Continue Reading.
Presentation Center Has Been Sold
Sisters of the Presentation, San Francisco are pleased to announce the sale of Presentation Center in Los Gatos, California to Little Tree Montessori Schools. Learn More.