3 grateful Handmaids ClippedThank You, We Are Grateful

Every day we pray, “Providence did provide, Providence can provide, Providence will provide.” We rely on the Providence of the Father, which comes to us through the hands of his people.


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You can also mail a check or money order to the Handmaids of the Precious Blood
(US funds, drawn on a US bank and made out to “Handmaids of the Precious Blood”) to:

Handmaids of the Precious Blood
Cor Jesu Monastery
596 Callaway Ridge, New Market TN 37820

The Handmaids of the Precious Blood is a 501c3 organization. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. God bless you and thank you for your prayers.

Our lives are tied, anchored, focused in the Blessed Sacrament, in Eucharistic adoration and sacrifice for Christ in his priest. What does the littleness of Jesus in the Eucharist imply? Father Gerald, our founder, declared, “It implies an absolute dependency upon others. Jesus, who upholds all the stars and the vast universe, became a little baby that must be lifted up to the table and lifted down from his chair. In his dependency, Jesus sets us the example.”

Family, friends, and benefactors are gratefully remembered in Mass every Sunday, and in the Sisters’ prayers.

We are grateful whenever you are able to assist us financially, however without impoverishing yourselves.  (cf. 2 Cor 8:13) If you cannot afford to help, simply pray others can.