Saint Marianne Cope represents the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities and therefore we have an obligation to protect and steward her name, image, history and presentation consistently so she is always portrayed in a respectful and accurate manner. As good stewards of Mother Marianne’s name and image we adhere to the following criteria in the creation of plays, books, memorabilia or works or productions of any kind of our sisters and our community reflecting St. Marianne:
• Our creations convey a dignified, accurate and inspiring message about Mother Marianne
• Our creations are worthy of Mother Marianne’s name and image (would she approve?)
• Our creations share a level of consistency in look, feel, and identification of St. Marianne as a Sister of St. Francis
• Our creations will be meaningful to others
We are committed to supporting American businesses and manufacturers through our merchandising program. With few exceptions, we are pleased that most of our St. Marianne memorabilia is produced in the United States.
All profits from the sale of Mother Marianne and Sisters of St. Francis merchandise benefit the Saint Marianne Cope Shrine and Museum. The Museum supports the mission of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities to continue the legacy of Saint Marianne Cope.
For more information about the Saint Marianne Cope Shrine & Museum or to make a gift to support the legacy of Saint Marianne Cope, please contact Brenda Field at 315-422-7999 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Licenses and Trademarks
All St. Marianne images and/or the moniker “Beloved Mother of Outcasts” used for the production of Saint Marianne memorabilia are the exclusive property of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities and filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. For more information about obtaining permission for a limited license to use the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities Licensed Marks solely in connection with Permitted Use set forth by the Sisters of St. Francis, please contact Kristin Barrett-Anderson at 315-883-5516.