Is Christ Calling You
to the Sisters of Nazareth?
Discover the Sisters of Nazareth!
We are a prayerful, dynamic congregation of Sisters who follow Christ’s call
to care for the elderly and young people throughout the world.
The Sisters of Nazareth center their lives on the Gospel message,
“Come to Me all you who are burdened and I will give you rest.” – Matthew 11: 28
In California, the Sisters of Nazareth have headquarters in Los Angeles
and also have communities in San Diego, Fresno and San Rafael.
To learn more about the Sisters of Nazareth,
please plan to attend our next retreat, or request a “Come & See” visit.
Monthly Vocation Discernment meetings are also held.
Los Angeles, CA
3333 Manning Avenue
Los Angeles CA 90064
For more information contact…
Sr. Fintan, Vocation Director
Vocation Retreats and
“Come and See Days”
Held regularly at all of our California locations.
Enter #244 at VocationMatch.com
What does love look like? It has the hands to help oth- ers. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy. It
has eyes to see misery and want. It has the ears to hear the
sighs and sorrows of men. That is what love looks like.
— SAINT AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO
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God we trust!” i certainly believe
that, but it is quite a challenge to
live. God invites us to step out in
For those discerning a call, it is
no different. We are not given to see
the end—only the horizon that lies
before us. With a long line of prede-
We are not given
to see the end—only
the horizon that lies
before us. With a long
line of predecessors,
Jesus calls us to follow.
cessors, Jesus calls us to follow. in reflecting over my 25 years of religious
life, i am reminded of my own call to
religious life and that the loving God
who created me and provided for me
this far will not abandon me now.
That is the ministry that vocation directors, spiritual directors,
and mentors offer others who are
discerning their call. We accompany
them with the grace and wisdom that
we have come to know; we are spiritual companions. We give life to the
scriptural stories of Abraham, Moses,
Ruth, and Mary, each of whom
responded “yes” to God’s invitation
in an act of profound trust. Together
we come to know emmanuel—God
A gift graciously
given and full of grace
Tracing the loving activity of God in
my life, i realize the privilege of be-