Sister Laura Nettles, FSPA

There needs to be a balance in navigating the roles of daughter and Catholic sister. Community supports that balance and encourages me to take time for myself yet pushes me when I need it. Parents can be at ease knowing their children can still be their children and be sisters.

Sister Paulette Skiba, BVM

“I didn’t want to just do this for one year or two years, I wanted it to be my life.”

Sister Jane Riha, OSF

A vocation is a gift of God, a gift for one’s journey of life and a gift for others. As a young teenage girl, I was attracted to my particular community by how the Sisters gave witness. They were joyful, prayerful, relational women, clearly at ease with people.

How did you know what community to choose?

In honor of Catholic Sisters Week, we present this #Nunday video with Sister Shannon Fox, SSJ-TOSF. Listen and learn how she used the phone book to find her congregation and the gift of joy she discovered in making that call!

Sisters working to confront structures of oppression

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Any pastoral plan is a political plan, a "politics of the Gospel" where we put the poor or those whose lives are threatened at the center of attention.