Our lives as religious women and as women disciples have been a privilege and a gift. And an especially joyful part of our life, in terms of our ministries, are the non-vowed people God sends us to help bring our apostolate to perfection.
I have learned it really does not matter what brings you to the convent. The important thing is why you stay. And this radical openness to life is the great lesson that I have learned.
On May 20, 2019, we’re hosting our first Annual Day of Giving! Check out Sr. Julie's video to see why we are having a Giving Day and why she's wearing an umbrella hat!
In this Random Nun Clip, we talk about what it's like to serve in a parish and to be in Benedictine leadership. Hear the full Ask Sister episode AS216 at aNunsLife.org.
In this #Nunday video, Sister Clara Kreis, CDP, reflects on how her ministry has transformed her life.
Sister Jean Marie Fernandez, RGS, shares how human dignity is central to her ministry with people who are homeless in San Francisco.
Monday is Nunday! Meet Sister Maryanne Tracey, a Sister of Charity of Saint Elizabeth.
I always wanted to be an archaeologist. The idea of becoming a Sister emerged much later in my life. It seemed to me (although for almost no one else in my life) to be a bolt out of the blue.