The Singing Nuns are traditional Catholic Sisters, members of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen. In other words, they wear their full-length blue habits all the time — not just on special occasions or when they are singing. Their motherhouse, St. Michael’s Convent, is located at Mount St. Michael, just north of Spokane, Washington.
These zealous women have come from all parts of the country and from all walks of life to dedicate their time and talents to the service of God and neighbor. The Sisters engage in a very active apostolate of spreading the Faith, through teaching as well as through publications and other media. They staff a K-12 Catholic academy, a print shop, a religious book store and mail order center, and several parishes throughout the country.
Let the Sisters tell you about their way of life through their singing as you listen to Consecration, a beautiful melody which may well be considered the theme song of the Singing Nuns.
“So let your light shine before men, in order that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in Heaven.” — Matt. 5:16
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