STAMFORD – On March 12th, Sr. Gaudia Skass, OLM will speak on “God’s Surprising Remedy To Our Sins” at Holy Spirit Parish in Stamford, at 7:30pm. The event is free of charge. All are welcome! Born and raised in Poland, Sr. Gaudia studied painting at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw before entering The Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in 2005, making her perpetual profession of vows in 2014.
For 6 years, sister ministered to English and Spanish speaking pilgrims at the Divine Mercy Shrine in Kraków where she also worked in the “Faustinum” Association of the Apostles of Divine Mercy. In 2015, she completed graduate studies in journalism. Besides media work, Sr. Gaudia enjoys youth ministry and served for two years on a team coordinating events for World Youth Day Kraków 2016.
Sr. Gaudia on her talk: “In a world where we’ve learned that we have to be perfect it seems impossible that our misery can attract God. If this is true should we not stop pretending how perfect we are and boldly show Him our wounds? His reaction can be very surprising.”
This is an amazing opportunity for Stamford and the Diocese of Bridgeport, especially during the sacred season of Lent!