Rev. Joel Hastings, Director
Ms. Laua Stehle, Director

Mr. Rich Sherwood, Director

​Mr. Hank Krzysik, Director

Fr. Jeff Ethen, Director

Ms. Deborah Good, Director

​Mr. John Ryder, Director

​Mr. Carl Sylvester, Executive Director

  • Chapter Respect Life Mass (February)

  • Chapter Mass for Members (April)

  • National Mass for deceased members (November)

  • Chapter Mass for our priests, deacons, and religious leaders (July)

  • Directors' Rosary for the orphans and commemorate the 100th Anniversary of apparitions of Mary in Fatima (May 12)

  • Annual Dinner and Membership Meeting (November)

  • Annual Chapter Meetings (August)

  • Chapter pilgrimages (4+ annually)

2018 Events


Christian Unity so that all Christians be faithful to the Lord's teaching by striving with prayer and charity to meet the challenges facing humanity


The safety and humane treatment of migrants along borders


The comfort of the afflicted so that they, especially the poor, refugees, and marginalized, may find welcome in our communities


The Missions and Missioners throughout the Church


The poor in the Barrios of Agua Prieta, who we serve


The children, nuns, and staff at Our Lady Queen of Angels Orphanage


The priests, deacons, and religious leaders of the Blessed Nuno Society


That any far reaching decisions of economists and politicians may protect the family as one of the treasures of humanity


The healing and spiritual wellbeing of C.R.R.E.D.A. #8 residents


The language of love and dialogue of love may always prevail over the language of conflict


The souls of the deceased members of the Blessed Nuno Society


Mothers, so that they will always protect and cherish their children from the moment of conception

  • Members pray for the orphans.
  • Many members make regular contributions.
  • Some members volunteer their time.
2018 Monthly Prayer Intentions

we can accomplish 

the mission together

About The Blessed Nuno Society Members

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1.  To promote activities intended to foster the individual sanctification,
      apostolic formation, and spiritual welfare of our members.

2.  To operate and maintain projects and facilities, and to assist programs or
     preemptive projects that provide education, counseling, medical care,
     nutrition, clothing, or shelter for populations of minors who, for the most
     part, live in settings which do not include the presence of natural or
     adoptive parents.​

3.  To promote prayer for orphaned children, an increased devotion to the Blessed Virgin
     Mary, and a greater knowledge and awareness of the life and religious ideals of our
     patron, St. Nuno.

Our Mission Statement

                                                    MISSION WORK IN MEXICO