One day, without even thinking, I found myself knocking on the door of the Sisters of the Presentation in Entre Ríos. What was I thinking!?
Several Sisters were members of my parish folk choir; at one point I looked at them and thought: "do I dare ask to be a sister?" I didn't know if they would accept me because I was from a divorced family.
In this #Nunday video, Sister Sue shares what she loves most about being a sister and being part of an unfolding story.
“I thought well, if I enter, sisters don’t dance. I’ll have to leave that behind.” Little did she know, dance would become a key part of her ministry—and her prayer.
In this #Nunday video, Sister Pat reflects upon the gift of her community charism and is challenged to give three words that best describe her congregation.
How does a millennial electrical engineer become a Catholic Sister?
"I am becoming a Sister because I want to be more fully in service to God, and come to know God better."
In this #Nunday video, Sister Monica Seaton, OSU, shares words of encouragement for someone discerning religious life to quotes from her congregation's foundress.