Connect with the HM Community

The Magnificat community remains closely connected to the Sisters of the Humility of Mary who founded Magnificat in 1955 and have sponsored the school for nearly seven decades. Thousands of women had HM Sisters as teachers and mentors during and after their time as students, and our alumnae along with current students, families, faculty, staff, and friends treasure the connection to the HM Sisters' spirit, mission, and charisms.
Connect with the HM Sisters through the opportunities and events listed below, which will be updated as they become available.

Enneagram Workshop with Cheryl Rose, HM

Registration is filling up quickly but there is still time to register to be part of this special Advent retreat!
(Registration will close Thursday at 3 PM!)
Quest For the True Self: The Holiness of Self-Acceptance
with Cheryl Rose, HM
7:00 pm December 8, 2023 to
12:00 pm December 10, 2023
In this Empty Bowl retreat we will consider Thomas Merton’s concept of True Self/False Self
Cheryl Rose, HM has always been drawn to the mystery of the human encounter with God and engaged in ministry in the area of spirituality and personal growth, even as a high school teacher of chemistry and physics. She has taught courses on prayer and the spiritual journey, directed retreats for youth, school staffs, non-profits, and parishes. She has been doing spiritual direction and retreat work for many years. As a trained spiritual director and certified Enneagram teacher, Sr. Cheryl offers a variety of workshops for groups in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere.
Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland
Season 3; Episode 8
Covenant Companion Relationship
with Sisters of the Humility of Mary
In our latest episode, we are joined by Brenna Davis, Sr. Anne Victory, HM, and Sr. Cheryl Rose, HM to talk about the Covenant Companion Relationship through the Sisters of the Humility of Mary. This two-year formation process for lay people guides participants to take a vow of humility. We talk about how the idea arose and what it means to live the vow of humility in our daily lives. Brenna shares about her experience as a participant and Sr. Anne and Sr. Cheryl discuss the origin and continued evolution of this new way of being, including the new kinds of relationships that were formed between Sisters and lay partners.
About the guests:
Brenna Davis is the Director of Education for Justice and Environmental Initiatives at the Ignatian Solidarity Network. Breanna has been a participant of both the JOY: Just One Year program and the Covenant Companion Relationship. Brenna graduated from Boston College in 2010 with a B.A. in theology and Spanish. After graduation, she moved to Cleveland as a Jesuit Volunteer. Brenna has worked at Saint Martin de Porres, Cleveland’s Cristo Rey High School, as a theology teacher and cross country coach. She is a certified spiritual director, Cuyahoga County Master Recycler, and is a member of NCR’s EarthBeat Advisory Panel.
Sr. Anne Victory is a member of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary in Cleveland, Ohio and currently serves on their leadership team. She began her ministry in health care as a registered nurse at St. Joseph Hospital in Lorain. Sr. Anne served two terms on the HM Leadership Team from 2001 to 2009. She joined the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking as director of education, served until July 2021, and received the Bishop Amadeus Rappe Award from Ursuline College for her work with the Collaborative.
Sr. Cheryl Rose is a member of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary in Cleveland, Ohio. She served for 26 years as a high school educator, teaching chemistry, physics, theology, and prayer, as well as holding ministerial roles. She currently provides spiritual direction for individuals and groups, leads retreats, and is engaged in programming focused on spiritual growth and contemplation. Sr. Cheryl has co-led the year-long retreat, JOY: Just One Year, which offers women a one-year immersion in spiritual growth and formation, and she continues to provide virtual and in-person retreats during the pandemic.
Hall of Hope Inductee: Sister of the Humility of Mary
Caring for Earth, Caring for You
Click to read reflections on caring for creation from HM Sisters.
Carol Huncik, yoga instructor at Villa Maria, is offering online yoga classes on Saturdays (10 a.m. Mat, 11:30 a.m. Chair). Click here to email Carol for more information.
Magnificat High School, a girls' Catholic college-preparatory high school, founded and sponsored by the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, educates young women holistically to learn, lead, and serve in the spirit of Mary’s Magnificat.