IGF056 In Good Faith with Sister Ana Gonzalez, Pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago

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Sister Ana Gonzalez, a Dominican Sister of Peace, ministers in the Admissions Office of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut. She speaks about the journey and the joy of her vocation journey and all the companions she has encountered along the way – as well as her pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. 

Sister Ana Gonzalez next to a marker on the Camino de Santiago

Sister Ana Gonzalez, OP

Sister Ana volunteered with the sisters at the local Dominican convent and considered a vocation to religious life, but Sister Ana had other priorities: paying her college loans and embarking on her career. How did her time with the sisters shift her perspective?

Sister Bea Tiboldi, OP

One day in my late twenties, as I was watching Mamma Mia, I heard the song, “Take a Chance on Me” by ABBA. I felt my attention wandering away from the movie, and sensed being tapped on the heart by God. Thus, I chose to take a risk and see where God would take me.

Of boyfriends and religious vocations

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Can a girl's boyfriend help her discern a calling to religious life? Sister Mattie Sterner shares her experience!

A boyfriend and girlfriend speak together seriously.

What is spiritual itinerancy and how is it part of life for Dominican Sisters of Peace?

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This Random Nun Clip is from our Motherhouse Road Trip podcast with the Dominican Sisters of Peace in Columbus, Ohio. You can listen to the full podcast at AS162.