On Saturday, March 17, 2018, in the afternoon, 27 Sisters from the Krakow Province met in the Museum and Archives as part of the formation day. During the meeting at the Museum, they had the opportunity to watch the presentation showing the history of the beatification process and the memories of the beatification ceremony of Blessed Mary Angela. After the presentation, the Sisters were invited to tour the Museum and Archive. For most of the Sisters, this was the first visit to the new Museum exhibition.
On March 11, 2018, as every month, the Sisters from nearby communities gathered in the Museum and Archives for the Encounter with Blessed Mary Angela. On this Lenten Sunday, the Sisters pondered over the excerpts of Mother Angela's letters regarding the CROSS and inviting to accept it lovingly. During the faith sharing the Sisters emphasized the amazing peace flowing from Mother's writings facing the Cross and suffering. Over the years, while reviewing Mothers' scriptures, it is also clearly visible that for such acceptation of the Cross, full of peace and trust to God's Love, Mother was maturing more and more until she became entirely the Victim of Love.
From March 8 to 10, 2018 in our Museum and Archives there was held a Meeting for our Sisters, who work either in the accounting of our institutions, at the secretary office or at the parish offices. After the morning participation in the Symposium devoted to the ministries of the Felician Sisters, the Sisters began a three-day meeting during which they had the opportunity to deepen their bonds with our Blessed Foundress, Mary Angela Truszkowska, they participated in the Transitus in Mother Angela's cell, and learned the genealogy of Mary Angela. The Sisters participated in the presentation in the Archives of the Archdiocese of Krakow, where they could see the originals of documents related to our Foundress and our Congregation, as well as valuable memorabilia of Saint John Paul II.