Vol. 41, No. 2
ST. SCHOLASTICA MONASTERY, Fort Smith, AR
St. Scholastica’s First Spiritual Director
Formation Program Graduates:
A Sacrament of God’s Strength
After five years of prayer, study, and practice, Sisters Rachel Dietz and
Stephanie Schroeder, Mike Boze, Alice Nahas, and Surennah Werley
became the first graduates of St. Scholastica’s Spiritual Director Formation program
at Mass on May 6. Sisters Marie Ballman and Joanne Yankauskis, OSB, of Mount
St. Scholastica Monastery, Atchison, KS who helped Sister Rachel get the program
started in Fort Smith, presented certificates to and blessed the new directors.
The five year program is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Af-
ter completing year one, Retreat in Daily Life, which can be experienced on its own
or as an introduction to the formation program, the six new directors studied spiritual
direction and spiritual classics and spent two practicum years combining supervised
direction experience with journaling, peer presentations, and a discernment retreat.
Sister Rachel, the program director, hopes this class and each succeeding
class of directors will help spiritually transform entire communities as they walk with
people making their journeys to God.
“I am working with three directees at the present time and hope to be able
to journey with others as well,” Nahas said. “I am still looking for more opportuni-
ties to give back to the community; I will be co-leading the “Introduction to Spiritual
Direction” class this fall. I feel so blessed and humbled to have this opportunity, the
support of my parish and great instructors as I travel my journey. What a joy.”
Retreat in Daily Life will be offered in three locations this fall--Fort Smith, Fay-
etteville and Rogers. For more information, contact Sister Rachel at (479) 783-4147
or visit www.stscho.org.
Alice Nahas and Surennah Wer-
ley present the gifts at Mass.
After a journey that was five years in the making, six spiritual directors from St. Scholastica’s Spiritual Di-
rector Formation Program are sent forth with God’s blessing to begin their ministry.
A Message From the Prioress
Dear Friends of St. Scholastica,
Greetings to all of you from St. Scholastica in this busy month of June. We have reason for rejoicing
this month because five of our sisters are celebrating jubilees. Sisters Irma Twenter, Corinne Lange,
and Valeria Moellers are celebrating seventy-five years, Sister Josita Nahlen celebrating seventy
years and Sister Ethel Marie Sonnier sixty years of monastic profession. We are grateful to these sis-
ters for their faithfulness to their promises of stability, fidelity to the monastic way of life and obedience
over these many years. Their short biographies will be in this issue of Horizons.
Another reason for our rejoicing is that two of our sisters and four lay persons have received certifi-
cates for their completion of a five-year study to become spiritual directors. Our program began in August of 2006, when two
of our sisters accepted an invitation to check out the Spiritual Direction Program being offered by the Benedictine Sisters
then of Piedmont, Oklahoma. What began as a small seed planted in the hearts of these two sisters grew into a full program
here at St. Scholastica. We have taken, at request, the first step of the study, Retreat in Daily Life, to Rogers and Fayette-
ville, Arkansas. Retreat in Daily Life will continue here at St. Scholastica, along with the other four phases of the program.
This past year the input for our monthly days of recollection has been taken from a DVD of Dominican Sister Barbara Reid’s
presentation, “Embodying Holy Mystery,” given at the LCWR meeting in August, 2011. Since then the word MYSTERY has
taken on new meaning for me. “Mystery” has been popping up in articles that I have been reading. Sister Barbara spoke
of God as Holy Mystery birthing new life into all of creation. Henri F. Amiel says, “Let mystery have its place in you. Do not
be always turning up your whole soil with the ploughshare of self examination, but leave a little fallow corner in your heart
ready for any seed the winds may bring…”. So, as we wait in patience, the Holy Mystery hidden within us will slowly and
steadily bring us to true transformation. Sister Barbara closed her talk by saying, “The mystery is unfolding; how we are to
embody holy mystery is unfolding in our contemplative listening, in our sharing together and in holding on to one another.”
We are grateful for all of you who walk with us and for your gifts of support and prayers. Our prayers are for all of you,
asking God, Holy Mystery, to bless and keep you.
JustPeace members and some of the sisters will be helping
documented immigrants who have not yet become citizens to
apply for citizenship. The workshop was held on June 30 from
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. in Fort Smith.
The sisters toll the bells whenever there is an execution any-
where in the United States.
JustPeace members continue to witness for peace at the north-
east corner of Creekmore Park on the first Sunday of each month
from 12:15-1 p.m.
In the photo below, Sisters Rosalie and Alice attend Fr. Juan Man-
jarrez’ first Mass and reception at Immaculate Conception Church.
On May 20, four candidates enrolled in the Oblate program and
three people made oblation. Sister Hilary Decker (L) congratu-
lates Oblate Katherine Barnhart Thrift, enrollees John Fursten-
berg and Kathy Schmelzer, Oblate Sheryl Hampton, enrollee
Derron Martin, Oblate Pam Coates and enrollee Dorothy Sullivan.
Vol. 41, No. 2
HORIZONS is published three times a year by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery, P.O. Box 3489, Fort Smith, AR 72913. Phone: 479-783-4147.
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From the Development Office By Sister Elise Forst, OSB
Your generous response of almost $75,000 to our appeal letter last fall has enabled us
to address the needs for which we requested help.
Care of our dear senior Sisters is always our top priority. We know that everything we
have today is due to their faithful prayer and service. Currently twenty-two Sisters live in our
infirmary. Since you received our appeal letter, six of our Sisters have died. We miss them and
depend on their continuing intercession for us. Your gifts help us as we lovingly care for our dear elderly Sisters.
Your help these last few years enabled six people to be qualified as spiritual directors this spring.
impact of your donations will extend to all who will receive guidance from these directors.
The last few weeks several women have visited our monastery to see if monastic life is their calling.
Thanks to your donations, the community was able to assist one of these visitors with travel expenses.
We continue working with our consultants on the future use of our facilities. The recent deaths of our
Sisters has been a forceful indication that changes will be needed.
We greatly appreciate your loyal love and support. Let us keep each other in prayer as we move into the
If you know any people who may enjoy seeing
Horizons, please send their names and
addresses to Sister Elise Forst, P.O. Box 3489,
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WISH LIST SUMMER 2012
FOR RETREAT CENTER:
2 26" flat screen televisions
Office Volunteers: We are currently looking
for volunteers to work Friday mornings from 9
a.m. – noon or Wednesday, Thursday, or Fri-
day afternoons from 1-3 p.m.The time needed
is in 3 hour segments. To volunteer, call Kathy
Schmelzer at (479) 783-1135.
Sample size toiletries for retreatants who may
have forgotten to pack something they need.
FOR TECHNOLOGY AREA:
Apple equipment, LCD Monitors, Scanners,
250GB or larger Hard Drives, and USB Acces-
Audio books in any genre for
the sight-impaired sisters,
new or used.
Portable DVD player with
headphones for the hearing-
To donate audio-visual materi-
als, call Sister Cecelia, our ar-
chivist and librarian.
Please remember us when revising
or making your will. Our legal name is
St. Scholastica Monastery, Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Six employees received service awards at the annual
Employee Recognition Dinner March 15. Standing are
Jodie Edgar (5 years); Tammi Williams (5 years); Ash-
ley Hooten (5 years); and Wesley Shelley (10 years).
Seated are Sue Burton (20 years) and Sandie Sharp (10
years). Tammi and Ashley work in the Infirmary. Jodie
and Sandie work in Housekeeping; Sue works in the
Kitchen and Wesley works in Maintenance.
PORTRAITS OF FIDELITY:
5 Sisters celebrate 355 years of commitment
Sr. Ethel Marie
Sister Valeria Moellers, celebrating 75 years of religious life, has a room right across the hallway from the
locker she’d used as a student in the academy in the early 1930’s. Gentle and soft-spoken, she has shared the gift
of music as an organist in the monastic community and a music teacher for 56 years. She continues to teach piano
today to Sisters Alice and Sandra. God gave Sister Valeria the gift of music and she has paid it forward by teaching a
new generation of musicians. She still goes down to chapel for Mass and prayers each day. She is looking forward
to friends and family visiting for her jubilee.
Sister Corinne Lange, who is also celebrating 75 years, brought loving tender care to many in her 46 years
of nursing. In her early years as an obstetrics nurse, she placed all God’s infants side-by-side in the hospital even
when segregation made her actions controversial. As a seamstress, she has helped many with their mending needs
and care of their veils. Recently, she helped Sister Sandra make her white veil. Whether working on puzzles or com-
forting a friend, she brings light to everyone around her. Sister Corinne has fond memories of her 50th jubilee when
more of her “crowd” (novitiate class) was alive. She prays daily for vocations, and recalls that she, Sister Cordelia,
her late sister; her parents, brothers, and sisters would pray the Rosary each night on their knees. LIke Sister Valeria,
she is also found in chapel for Mass and prayers each day.
Sister Irma Twenter celebrated two milestones this year--her 100th birthday on April 3 and her 75th jubilee on
June 23. She served many missions as a housekeeper and seamstress. Several of her paintings adorn the monastery
walls, and her hand-painted greeting cards have been sold in the gift shop. The Clear Creek, MO native is known in the
infirmary for her joy and hearty laughter. “I am so thankful for all God’s blessings,” Sister Irma said.
Sister Josita Nahlen, celebrating 70 years as a sister, has spent her life teaching, loving and caring for chil-
dren. She spent several years raising her 8 brothers and sisters after her mother’s death, returning to the monastery
to make her profession in 1942. She was a teacher and principal for 48 years, the last 31 at St. John’s in Russellville.
Sister Josita, a talented seamstress, continued to sew well into her retirement, and enjoys making crafts for the gift
shop. She has been loved and remembered in every mission she’s served, and still corresponds with friends and
former students via e-mail and Facebook. “In my years as a sister, I enjoyed working with all my students,” she said
with a broad smile.
Sister Ethel Marie Sonnier, celebrating 60 years as a sister, transferred to St. Scholastica Monastery from
the Congregation of the Immaculate Conception, New Orleans in 1973. She made her profession in New Orleans
in 1952 and worked as a teacher in Louisiana, Missouri and Arkansas. Since 1985 she has lived as part of the core
community of Hesychia House of Prayer in New Blaine. Sister Ethel plays guitar and sings in the Hesychia Chapel
and has composed several pieces of liturgical music. As a spiritual director, she has prayed and journeyed with many
retreatants. “In my years of religious life, I have enjoyed teaching religion, playing for Mass with my guitar, and meet-
ing with adults on a spiritual and social level,” she said.
For more information on our jubilarians, visit www.stscho.org
In Loving Memory
Sister DeChantal Hyland, OSB, entered into eternal life on February 15, 2012 at the age of 105.
Sister DeChantal was born in Nazareth, TX on October 7, 1906 to Joseph and Frances McCormick Hyland.
She entered St. Scholastica Convent in 1923 and made her monastic profession on June 24, 1925. She
received her Bachelor’s degree in English from Marymount College, Salina, KS in 1939 and her Master’s
degree in English from the University of Texas in 1947.
Sister DeChantal taught for 56 years in public and Catholic schools in Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas,
including St. Ignatius, Scranton; St. Boniface, Fort Smith; St. Edward and St. Theresa, Little Rock; Holy Ro-
sary, Stuttgart; St. Joseph, Paris; and Immaculate Conception, Moberly, MO. She also taught 20 years in the
Nazareth, TX public school system. She was principal at St. Theresa, Little Rock 1971-76 and St. Joseph,
Paris from 1976-79.
After retirement she continued to teach part-time in the resource room at St. Boniface School. She tutored students privately
until she was 95 years old. She was actively interested in her community and the world until a few months before her death, reading
the newspaper, especially the sports pages each morning. She was an avid fan of the Razorbacks and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Sister DeChantal is survived by two sisters, Sister Frances Ann Braddock, OSB of the monastery and Joyce Tingle of
Arlington, TX; one brother, Brother Gerald Hyland, SM of St. Louis, MO; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was pre-
ceded in death by her parents; seven sisters, Amy Kuster, Sister Roberta Hyland, OSB, Joan Homan, Catherine Hyland, Ruth
Hyland, Maureen Schwaller and Rita Johnson; and four brothers, Pat, Bert, Father Fred and Gary. Vespers for the Dead were
prayed on February 17 in the monastery chapel. Her funeral Mass was celebrated on February 18, followed by interment in
the monastery cemetery.
Sister Richard Walter, OSB, entered into eternal life on March 1, 2012 at the age of 96. She was born on November
25, 1915 in Conway, AR, to John and Josephine Walter. She entered St. Scholastica Convent in 1934 and
made her monastic profession on June 24, 1937. During her career she was a cook and housekeeper in
Immaculate Heart Church, Marche; St. Joseph School, Paris; and Bishop Albert Fletcher’s residence, Little
Rock, where she served for eight years. In 1957 she returned to manage the monastery kitchen, a position
she served in until her retirement in 1994. Sister Richard’s dinners were known for their beautiful presenta-
tion. The sisters who enjoyed her cooking will always remember her southern fried chicken. An accom-
plished gardener, Sister Richard tended azaleas outside the monastery kitchen.
She is survived by six sisters, Margaret Parks, Frances McCaig, Mary Stephens, Hilda Hoyt, Martha
Lock and Josephine Wood; two brothers, Johnnie and Fred; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were
her parents and four brothers, Diederich, Pete, Ed, and Martin.
Vespers for the Dead were prayed on March 3 in the Monastery Chapel. The funeral Mass was held March 4 in the
Monastery Chapel with the Rev. David McKillin, OSB presiding, followed by burial in the monastery cemetery.
Sister Virginia Ann (Ginger) deGravelle, OSB, 72, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012, in St. Scholastica
Monastery. Virginia Ann deGravelle was born November 10, 1939, in Lafayette, LA to George and Marie Billeaud deGravelle.
She attended University of Louisiana—Layafette, majoring in accounting and business. She worked as an
accountant and as director of volunteers for a hospital in Lafayette, LA until she was 50. Sister Ginger en-
tered St. Scholastica Monastery in September, 1993. She worked in the monastery business office, served
as treasurer for six years, took care of the medical bills for the sisters and was on the Governing Board of
St. Anthony⁄St. Vincent Morrilton Medical Center for two years. She was preceded in death by her parents.
Sister Ginger is survived by one sister, Nancy Zembower and her husband, Gayle; one brother,
George deGravelle and his wife Debbie; one niece and two nephews.
Vespers for the Dead were prayed on March 23 in the monastery chapel. Her funeral Mass was celebrat-
ed on March 24 with Rev. David McKillin, OSB, presiding, followed by interment in the monastery cemetery.
Oblate Beatrice Ann Schlaf, age 90, entered into eternal life on May 26, 2012. She was born December 26, 1921, in
Morrison Bluff, AR to the late Joseph, Sr. and Anna Geels Siebenmorgen. She was a member of the first group to make obla-
tion at St. Scholastica Monastery in 1979. Beatrice was the widow of Stephen Schlaf and was preceded in death by one sister,
Sister Annene Siebenmorgen, OSB; three brothers, George, William, and Anthony Siebenmorgen; one son-in-law, Kenneth
Carson, and one great-granddaughter, Anna Sophia Caram. Beatrice is survived by five daughters, Marilyn Carson, Victoria
(Paul) Hart, Annette Schlaf, Patricia (David) Louk, and Joan (Adam) Granholm; eight grandchildren, two great-grandchildren;
one brother, Joseph Jr.; two sisters, Magdalen Cesare and Mary Ann Weisenfels; two sisters-in-law, Dorothy Siebenmorgen
and Benita Siebenmorgen; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Her funeral Mass was held May 30, 2012 at St. Boniface Church, Fort Smith and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery.
Memorials for Sisters DeChantal, Richard, or Ginger or Beatrice Schlaf may be made to
St. Scholastica Monastery Continuing Care Fund, P.O. Box 3489, Fort Smith, AR 72913.
Nature’s Bounty Thrives in St. Scholastica Soil--
With Some Help From the Sisters!
For more photos and stories, visit our website at www.stscho.org
Sister Pierre Vorster, grounds super-
visor, has planted 130 trees around
the monastery grounds.
up an irrigation system for her veg-
etable garden, in which she grows
tomatoes, okra, summer squash,
Japanese eggplant, zucchini, pep-
pers, zinnias and marigolds. Sister
Pierre’s tomato plants bloomed twice
last year, keeping the kitchen sup-
plied until December.
Sister Rosalie Ruesewald has dis-
covered the secret to keeping the
rabbits from eating her herbs--big
yellow marigolds, and lots of them!
This season’s harvest has given
the sisters lavendar wands for sa-
chets, scallions for the table, and
various seasonings for Sister Miri-
Some of the sisters jokingly say that
Sister Madeline Bariola’s thumbs
should be insured. Her beautiful house-
plants adorn the retreat center, and she
tends several gardens on the center
grounds. Seen examining one of her
fig trees here, Sister Madeline also
grows moonflowers, sunflowers, Mexi-
can sunflowers, mums, lilies, and zuc-
chini. “If I couldn’t get my hands dirty
every day I’d just die,” she said.
Sister Leona Marie Selig has a flow-
er garden near the greenhouses,
where she grows day lilies, larkspur,
petunias and sunflowers.
Gardening tips, Sister Maria’s recipe
for pineapple zucchini marmalade,
and Sister Rosalie’s instructions for
creating lavendar wands are in our
special garden section on the home
page of our website at www.stscho.org.
Sister Stephanie Schroeder, litur-
gist, grows roses and hydrangeas to
adorn the chapel and dining room.
She inherited the garden when Sis-
ter Annella broke her leg and had a
dream in which she saw the roses
and tomatoes begging for her help.
Last year oblates Ann McElmurry
and Judith Hurt treated the rose
garden to an automatic watering
Sister Maria DeAngeli, prioress,
grows a variety of herbs—basil,
oregano, lemon verbena, and pine-
apple sage--as well as tomatoes,
zucchini and leeks. Sister Maria,
who also makes jellies for the gift
shop and bake sale, recently made
zucchini marmalade using crushed
pineapple and zucchini.
Sister Macrina Wiederkehr cares for the
labyrinth flower beds, assisted by dedicated
volunteers like Kay Pope and Kate Althoff.
Trinity JHS ninth graders help weed the
labyrinth each May. Sister Macrina recently
planted a tree near the labyrinth in memory
of her aunt, Sister Mary John Wiederkehr,
who passed away in 2004.
Sister Barbara Bock, our newest gardener
from Columbia, MO, grows geraniums, mari-
golds, and sunflowers near the house of
discernment where the vocations team lives
and welcomes discerners exploring monas-
The Vocations team--Sisters Kimberly Prohaska, director; and Barbara Bock, assistant direc-
tor--have had a busy spring season, visiting events throughout Arkansas and offering hospi-
tality and an opportunity to learn more about monastic life to students and adult discerners.
Discerners Rhonda Howell, Dawn Harbin, Maria Elena Fisk, Linda Cory, and Judith Timmer-
man have visited the sisters--some for weekends, two for longer visits.
Several sisters attended Fifth Grade Vocation Day at Subiaco on March 2. Sister Kimberly
gave Trinity students tours of the monastery on March 30. On May 4, Sisters Kimberly, Cece-
lia Brickell, and Dolores Vincent Bauer spoke to students at Career Day in Trinity Junior High
School. On May 5, Sisters Kimberly, Dolores Vincent, and Barbara Bock hosted a vocation
booth at Rex Fest at Christ the King Parish, Little Rock. On April 29, the entire monastic com-
munity participated in World Day of Prayer for Vocations.
The Diocese of Little Rock now sponsors Discernment Opportunities for Women. There are
discernment retreat days, weekends and gatherings for women who are thinking about a call
to the religious life available to interested persons in various parts of the state.
St. Scholastica Monastery offers its house of discernment for any woman thinking about a calling. These opportunities do not
stress one order or charism but rather help the seeker to find the community and apostolic ministry that best suits her call. The
goal of the groups is to assist young women in discerning a religious vocation, by journeying with them to help clarify where
God is leading them in a safe and supportive environment. Regions for Discernment Opportunities include:
North Central Arkansas (Mountain Home) Directors: Sister Kimberly Rose Prohaska, OSB and Sister Joachima Celinska, OP
North East Arkansas (Jonesboro) Directors: Sisters Mary Clare Bezner and Elaine Willett, OSB
North West Arkansas (Fort Smith) Directors: Sisters Barbara Bock, OSB and Carolyn Enders, BSC
Central Arkansas (Conway and Little Rock) Sisters Margaret Meisner, SCN; Maria Liebeck, DC; Joan Pytlik, DC, and Lisa
Southeast Arkansas (Gould)--Sister Judy Warmbold, DC
For more information about Diocesan Discernment Contact Sister Joan Pytlik, DC at (501) 664-0340 or Sisters Kimberly
Rose Prohaska or Barbara Bock, OSB at (479) 783-4147 or e-mail vo[email protected].
Linda Cory, and
A Come and See Monastic Experience
for women and men ages 18-45
was held at St. Scholastica Monastery
and Subiaco Abbey on July 5-9, 2012.
To learn about upcoming
Come and See Weekends
or next year’s Monastic Experience contact
Sister Kimberly Prohaska at (479) 783-4147
or Brother Francis Kirchner at
Sisters Dolores Vincent, Cecelia, and Kimberly at
Trinity JHS’s Career Day.
Sisters Maria DeAngeli,
sub-prioress; Hilary Decker and
Rosalie Ruesewald celebrated the
125th anniversary of Holy Angels
Convent, Jonesboro, with the sisters
there on March 21.
Bauer traveled to Guatemala with
Oblate Kathy Jarvis and campus min-
istry member Jennifer Verkamp March
18-25, visiting several mission places,
including Ciuadad de la Felicidad, an
orphanage built with the help of Bene-
On March 29-April 3 Sis-
ters Rachel Dietz and Stephanie
Schroeder served as directors at
the Silent Directed Retreat in St.
John’s Center, Little Rock.
Sisters Rachel and Stepha-
nie went to Mount St. Scholastica Mon-
astery, Atchison, KS April 26-29 for a
workshop for spiritual directors.
On May 1-5, Sister Maria
DeAngeli attended the Federation
of St. Gertrude Council Meeting in
Mount Angel, OR.
O’Brien, Cecelia Brickell and San-
dra Nelson attended the Bible Insti-
tute in Little Rock June 29-July 1.
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