Sisters in Botswana gathered in Metsimotlhabe on Saturday, Nov. 18, to bless Sister Vinaya as she is ready to take off for Kenya Exploration. The community presented her with a Kenyan flag and wished her with the words of Martin Luther King Junior, “Take the first step in faith. We don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step in faith.” Also inside, a message from the Sisters upon their arrival.read more
We, the nine Temporary Professed Sisters of Jharkhand region, gathered in Ranchi to spend a day of prayer and sharing with our director, Amelia Moras, SCN, vice provincial from the evening of Oct. 27, 2017.read more
Working with men and women who have experienced intimate partner violence and sexual assault is never easy. Day in and day out Sister Paris and staff are entrusted with the responsibility of being present to people at a time in their lives when they are most vulnerable, emotionally and physically.read more
What am I most excited about in the future of religious life is meeting new people and developing relationships as well as deepening my friendships with the ones I already know. I am excited about the personal & spiritual growth I am experiencing.Judy Donohue
I am most excited about the inter-nationality of our future. The cultural diversity and cross-cultural dimensions of our communities are inviting us to think and act in much broader ways. This richness is exciting to me!Marie Flowers
I am excited about the newness and creative ways that religious life can grow and develop as we move with the signs of the time.Carlette Gentle
As I consider the future of religious life I am excited about the opportunities we’ll have to collaborate in ministry and experience community living together across the Federation.Paris Slapikas
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of Catholic Sisters say that someone encouraged them to consider a vocation.
of the recently professed have college degrees, including 19% with master’s degrees and 5% with doctoral equivalent.
of Catholic sisters (new members) first considered religious life by age 21.
of young members cite a desire to be of service.
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