Listening for God
SISTER THERESA MY-HAO
Whether she is giving her attention to a Vietnamese immigrant
with a problem or to a theology
lecture, Sister Nguyen knows the
value of listening. It was by paying
close attention to God that she
found her way to religious life.
COMMUNITY: Sisters of the Incarnate
Word and Blessed Sacrament
PHOTO COURTESY OF SISTER THERESA’S COMMUNITY, THE SISTERS OF THE INCARNATE WORD AND BLESSED SACRAMENT
WHAT I ENJOY MOST ABOUT BEING
A NOVICE: Having time to pray and
MY FAVORITE FOOD: Phở Bò, which is
a Vietnamese beef noodle soup.
BEST THING SO FAR ABOUT COMMUNITY LIFE: Sharing things in common
and receiving a variety of gifts.
WHAT I DO FOR FUN: Stretching
exercises to classical music, blogging,
playing music, and crocheting.
MY FAVORITE WAY TO CONNECT WITH
GOD: Journaling with scripture.
PEOPLE WOULD BE SURPRISED TO
LEARN: That I grew up in Vietnam, live
in the U.S.A., have a Mexican stomach, and am learning to speak with a