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In Memory: Sister Joan

I have just returned to the States after a visit to our CSJP community in the UK. One of the sisters I was pleased to have the opportunity to spend time with during my visit with was Sister Joan Ward. 426 more words

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Our (Catholic) Family Traits

By Sister Stefanie MacDonald, OSB

Jesus’ discourse goes on to reveal that there are certain family traits – ways of thinking, acting, and speaking – that identify us as God’s people and his brothers and sisters. 184 more words

Formation 101: Temporary Profession

This week we finish our “Formation 101” blog feature, this week focusing in on the time of temporary profession. If you are reading this vocations blog, you very well might be wondering what the steps are in 2016 to become a Catholic Sister. 218 more words

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Formation 101: Novitiate

We continue our “Formation 101” blog feature, this week focusing in on the two year period of the novitiate. If you are reading this vocations blog, you very well might be wondering what the steps are in 2016 to become a Catholic Sister. 219 more words

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Celebrating National Catholic Sisters Week

As we celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week March 8-14, we are reminded of how American Catholic Sisters are integral parts of our communities and our Church—generously serving, leading and praying in communities and ministries across the country. 492 more words

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Catholic Sisters Stand in Solidarity with Immigrants

Regardless of your religion or the location of your neighborhood, chances are very likely that your life has been influenced in some way through the ministries of Catholic Sisters. 987 more words

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Sisters Exchange Ideas and Cultures

A 2014 report by the Pew Research Center revealed that the number of U.S. Catholics who are Hispanic increased by 5% since 2007. The same study revealed that only 17% of U.S. 575 more words

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