318-3327 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more
information, you can also visit our website at http://www.
Congregation of Divine Providence (C.D.P.)—
Melbourne, KY The Congregation of Divine Providence is
an international community established in France in 1762
and in the U.S. in 1889. Contemplation of Jesus reveals
our Provident God and impels us to become living expressions of God’s tender love through works of mercy. This
is the heart of our spiritual life and community. There is
a special concern for women and youth and a preference
for the most abandoned. Our ministries include teaching
(all forms and levels), social work, health care, pastoral
ministry (hospitals, campuses, parishes), direct service
of the poor, retreats, and peace and justice work. We are
present in nine countries. In the U.S. we are in 12 dioceses
and archdioceses. We live in small communities where we
attempt to follow Jesus and emphasize the gospel values
of simplicity, poverty, charity, and abandonment to
Providence. Consider joining us. Vocation Director, 1000
St. Anne Drive, Melbourne, KY 41059; (859) 441-0700
ext. 324; e-mail: email@example.com; website:
Congregation of Notre Dame (C.N.D.) Sisters and
Associates of the CND are united by a desire to follow
Jesus, a devotion to Mary, and the spirit of St. Marguerite
Bourgeoys, their foundress. An international community,
its members serve as educators and in a variety of Gospel
ministries. For information go to www.cnd-m.com.
Contacts: USA: Sr. Lucille Cormier, 30 Highfield Rd,
Wilton, CT 06897; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
call (203) 762-4304 Canada: Sr. Maureen Baldwin,
e-mail: email@example.com or call (416) 469-6756;
Congregation of Sisters of Bon Secours (C.B.S.) In
1821, Bon Secours became the first community of sisters
to provide continuous nursing in homes. Our common
vision and mission: to help people to wholeness, alleviate suffering of all forms, and bring a message of hope
and “GOOD HELP” to those in need. Our faith-filled
communities draw others to our charism of compassion,
healing, and liberation. Marked by a passionate spirit for
God’s kingdom, we contribute to a more humane world
integral to spreading the Gospel. Using our gifts, we
minister in health care, retreat ministry, pastoral, social
and human services, housing, community organizing,
education, outreach, etc. Continuing foundress Josephine
Potel’s innovative spirit, we bring healing and wholeness beyond walls of tradition in rural areas and cities.
Located in nine states we are also international. Contact:
Sr. Patricia Dowling, C.B.S., Vocation Director, 1525
Marriottsville Road, Marriottsville, MD 21104; toll free,
1-877-742-0277; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website:
http://www.bonsecoursvocations.org. See our web ad at
See ad on page 131. Code #058.
Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes (C.S.A.) The
Sisters of St. Agnes participate in the mission of Christ
by joyful service in the church, always aware that we,
too, are among the needy and are enriched by those we
serve. As an apostolic community, we are committed to
transformation of the world, the church, and ourselves
through promoting systemic change for the quality of life;
justice for the economically poor; furtherance of the role
of women in church and society; mutuality; inclusivity;
and collaboration. Sr. Jean Hinderer, 320 County Road K,
Fond du Lac, WI 54937; (920) 907-2310; e-mail: email@example.com; website: http://www.csasisters.org.
See ad on page 64. Code #171.
Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul (D.C.) We
are to see in our brothers and sisters who are poor the person
of Jesus Christ. These are the words of St. Vincent de Paul,
a humble priest who, together with St. Louise de Marillac,
a noble widow, founded the Daughters of Charity of St.
Vincent de Paul in 1633 in France. Two hundred years
later, Elizabeth Ann Seton, an American widow, founded
the community in the United States. The community
was the first order of women to live and work among our
brothers and sisters who are poor. Today, the Daughters
of Charity, an international community of over 19,500
women, continue to seek out those in need. Prayer, community life, and service to our brothers and sisters who
are poor are essential elements of their lives. For more
details check out our website at www.daughters-of-char-ity.com or write to the Vocation Director nearest you: 124
Third Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14303; 1201 South Caton
Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21227; 9400 New Harmony Road,
Evansville, IN 47720; 26000 Altamont Road, Los Altos
Hills, CA 94022; 4330 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63108.
See our web ad at www.VocationGuide.org.
See ads on pages 61, 63, 65, 67. Code #168.
Daughters of Divine Zeal (F.D.Z.) We are an international community of sisters established by St. Hannibal
Marie Di Francia in 1887. We embrace the vows of
chastity, obedience, and poverty, and profess a fourth
vow: to pray and work for priestly and religious vocations
(Rogate). Our charism is founded on the Gospel command
of Jesus, “Pray the Lord of the Harvest to send workers
into His Harvest. . .” (Mt. 9: 37-38). Committed to prayer
and ministration, the Daughters of Divine Zeal render
service to schools, nursing homes, missions, parishes, and
other local church needs. We invite women between 18
and 40 years old to join us. Cabrini Convent, 234 Franklin Street, Reading, PA 19602; Hannibal House Spiritual
Center, 1526 Hill Road, Reading, PA 19602, Daughters of
Divine Zeal, 379 E. Manning Avenue, Reedley, CA 93654;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: http://www.fdz.
Daughters of St. Joseph We are a community of the New
Spring time of the Church, founded in 2003. Our vocation
is to BE for Jesus. As our dear patron, St. Joseph, was a
silent, loving presence for the child Jesus, so we wish to
imitate his being for Jesus through our Eucharistic prayer
life and works of mercy. Our daily life includes Mass,
Liturgy of the Hours, meditation, Our Lady’s Rosary,
recreation, and apostolic labor. The apostolic ministry of
each sister is discerned with community as the Holy Spirit
shows forth her gifts. We invite women 18-50 years old
interested in risking all for Jesus to contact us: Daughters
of St. Joseph, 113 Lafaye Ave., Thibodaux, LA 70301;
(985) 446-7525; e-mail: email@example.com;
See ad on page 85. Code #185.
Daughters of St. Mary of Providence The Daughters
of St. Mary of Providence, founded in 1981 by Blessed
Aloysius Guanella, is a religious congregation of Pontifical Rite. The love and fidelity to the Magisterium of the
Church is an outstanding quality that every Sister pos-sesses and fosters in her understanding of who they are
in the Church. The Sisters live their religious consecration
with the profession of the three vows of chastity, obedience, and poverty and carry out their ministry of charity
among Senior citizens, the Developmentally Disabled,
Youth, CCD Students, the Nutritionally Deprived and
Nursing Home Residents. The Sisters spread their “culture
of charity” and their commitment to all stages of life from
conception to natural death in fourteen countries around
the world: Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Romania, India, the
Philippines, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay,
Mexico, Canada and the United States. For more information: Vocation Director, 4200 North Austin Ave., Chicago,
IL 60634, (773) 205-1313; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com; website: http://www.dsmpic.org.
See our web ad at www.VocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 91. Code #263.
Daughters of St. Paul (F.S.P.) An international congregation of Sisters, who live in the spirit of St. Paul the
Apostle, to communicate Christ to the world through
the media. Our daily prayer roots us in the Word of God
and the Eucharist. Join us for discernment retreats and
Come and See programs, and the St. Paul Summer High
School Program. Age limit 18-30 years old. Contact: Sr.
Margaret Michael, F.S.P., Vocation Director, 1025 King
St., Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 549-1323; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Canada: Vocation Director,
3022 Dufferin St., Toronto, Ontario M6B 3T5; (416)
781-9131; e-mail: email@example.com; website:
http://www.daughtersofstpaul.org. See our web ad at
See ad on page 171. Code #015.
Daughters of the Charity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
(F.C.S.C.J.) Contemplate and experience the Love of
Jesus in our international congregation. Our mission is
to witness to the love of the Sacred Heart; to the mystery
of God’s nearness, of God dwelling among us. Our desire
is to live the virtues of welcome, reconciliation, and
simplicity in a world that dearly needs such a witness.
We strive to reveal that Jesus is alive, near, and that his
love is universal. We witness this by our willingness to
respond to the needs of others. We minister in education
of children and adults, serving parishes and diocese,
retreat work, health care, and sharing in projects of our
sisters in other countries. The apostolic value of our
activity depends more on our union with God than on
the nature of our work. Good health and at least a high
school education are required. To learn more contact:
Sister Juanita Durgin, FCSCJ, 26 Amherst St., Milford, NH
03055; (603) 672-4133; e-mail: wnddr.jed@myfairpoint.
net; website: http://www.fcscj.org.