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Sister Elyse Ramirez, OP

May 20, 2020

To be honest I did not consider being a sister until I fell in love with one of the greatest guys God ever created and we began making plans for a life together.

Sister Elyse Ramirez, OP

Sister Jane Riha, OSF

May 15, 2020

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.

Sister Jane Riha, OSF

Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB

May 7, 2020

A wise Sister once advised me: “Tonette, live your life and live it to its fullest potential. If God is calling you to a religious vocation, you will not be able to run from it. Enjoy yourself, and let God do the controlling.”

Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB

What are some things to consider when discerning religious life?

March 23, 2020

In this #Nunday video, Sister Barbara Krakora, SSJ-TOSF, suggests some things to consider when discerning religious life.

Sr. Barbara Krakora

Sister Mery Cari Paz, PBVM

March 20, 2020

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!?

Sister Mery Cari Paz, PBVM

Why did you become a Sister?

February 17, 2020

In this #Nunday video, Sister Jane Frances Nabakaawa, DM, shares the story of her calling to become a Catholic sister with the Daughters of Mary, Uganda.

Sister Jane Frances Nabakaawa, DM

Sister Edie Crews, CSA

February 14, 2020

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.

Sister Edie Crews, CSA

Sister Connie Bach, PHJC

November 21, 2019

I learned over and over that God always has a way of writing straight with crooked lines!

Sister Connie Bach PHJC