Sister Rita has served at the Asylum Seeker Resource Center in Melbourne, Australia, as a volunteer for 17 years.
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.
As a Sister of St. Joseph, living God’s story of love for all of us, I have come to know that we are, as Jesus dreamed, all One, as he is in God and God is in him.
I learned over and over that God always has a way of writing straight with crooked lines!
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."
"One of the first things I did when I went away to college was to quit going to church."
In this #Nunday video, Sister Amy Taylor, FSPA, shares how she found her religious community and how she felt the fit was right.