holy bread

the nuns in sinsinawa are famous for their bread, rolls and fruitcake.  cinnamon roll is my favorite.

the bakery is in the sinsinawa mound, a complex located in southwest rural wisconsin amid lush woodlands, orchards, vineyards and fields.  it is the motherhouse of Dominican sisters, a religious congregation dedicated to preaching and teaching the gospel here and abroad.  they also offer retreats, reflections and programs for spiritual enrichment.

hubby and i joined our friends for a holy mass with the sisters, lunch at the mound picnic grounds then made a side trip to nearby galena, a popular midwest destination.

aerial view of the sinsinawa mound swiped from the web


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10 Responses to holy bread

  1. beetleypete says:

    That cinnamon bun looks so tasty! One of my favourites too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. hungrydai says:

    I also like cinnamon rolls I know a disgusting but true tale about cinnamon rolls that would make your stomach turn. Laughing here

  3. restlessjo says:

    There’s a baking tradition with some of the Portuguese nuns too. 🙂 🙂

  4. arlene says:

    I love cinnamon rolls. I love the smell of cinnamon while baking. Those buildings look lovely Wilma.

    • lolaWi says:

      . naku pareho tayo. 🙂 there are about 108 nuns living in the complex 85% are retired. the younger ones are all over the world preaching and teaching. it’s a vibrant community. thanks for the visit Arlene 🙂

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