adoration in the heart of the busy urban center. We
seek to live a unique blend of traditional yet modern
contemplative monastic life, sharing our witness in
fraternal community, prayer, hospitality, and work “in
the heart of the city,” while striving to dwell always
“in the heart of God.” Our liturgy draws from the
Byzantine and Orthodox tradition, and is sung in
four-part harmony by the brothers and sisters. We
work part-time in the city to earn our income and
to live in solidarity, thus allowing us to better “bring
the city into our prayer, and our prayer to the city.”
Contact us: email@example.com; www.
videos of our liturgy see You Tube: FMJ Web.
See ad on page 106. Code #445.
Little Company of Mary Sisters (L.C.M.) We, the Little Company of Mary Sisters, are an international congregation amed for the little group of faithful
followers who remained in the company of Mary, the
Mother of Jesus, at the foot of the Cross. Upon
founding the LCM Sisters in Nottingham, England in
1877, Venerable Mary Potter dedicated her
community to the Maternal Heart of Mary. We bear
witness to the healing presence of Jesus through our
spiritual and physical care of the poor, sick, suffering,
and dying in our midst, and by constant prayer for
the sick and dying of the world. We welcome single
women, ages 21 to 45, of diverse cultures, talents, and
life experiences who have the health and desire to
follow Jesus in gospel living as consecrated women.
Contact: Sister Jean Stickney, L.C.M., (708) 229-5797
or Suzanne Petrouski, (708) 229-5095, American
Province LCM Sisters, 9350 South California Avenue,
Evergreen Park, IL 60805; e-mail: vocations@lcmh.
org; website: www.lcmsisters.org.
See ad on page 117. Code #039.
Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception
(L.S.I.C.) Little Servant Sisters were founded in
Poland by a deeply spiritual man and lay apostle—
Blessed Edmund Bojanowski in 1850. Inspired
by his outstanding love of God and neighbor and
devotion to Mary Immaculate, we follow his charism
in communal life in USA, Philippines, Poland, Africa,
Asia and various countries in Europe. Little Servant
Sisters arrived in the USA in 1926 and have been
working here in different apostolates committed
to: children, the underprivileged, the sick and the
elderly. The sisters work in preschools and schools,
religious education centers, assisted living, nursing
homes, and hospitals. Those seeking entrance must
have a sincere desire to follow Christ in vows of
chastity, poverty and obedience and do God’s will with
great love, accompanied by good physical, mental
and spiritual health. For more information, please
contact: Mother Dorota Baranowska, LSIC or Sister
Teresa Gradowska, Vocation Director, 1000 Cropwell
Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003; (856) 424-1962; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.
See ad on page 125. Code #432.
Little Sisters of Jesus and Mary (L.S.J.M.) The Little Sisters of Jesus and Mary are an active-contemplative
community of religious women called
to meet Christ in the poor, in one another, in the
created world and in the Eucharist. Embracing the
spirituality of Charles de Foucauld, our mission is
to Cry the Gospel with our lives. We live in
community; daily Eucharist, morning and evening
prayer, adoration, service and hospitality are
hallmarks of our life. Our apostolate includes a crisis
center for the poor, a soup kitchen, a residential
program for homeless men, a representative payee
program and a good neighbor program. We were
founded in 1974 by Sr. Mary Elizabeth Gintling who
described our community as women “loving God
together”, and as “wounded people healing
wounded people”. Please contact: Sr. Connie Ladd,
P.O. Box 1755, Salisbury, MD 21802; (410) 543-
1645; e-mail: email@example.com; website: www.
thejosephhouse.org. See our web ad at www.
Little Sisters of the Poor (L.S.P.) We are an
international congregation living the Beatitudes and
serving the needy elderly in the spirit of St. Jeanne
Jugan, one of our Church’s newest saints (canonized
October 11, 2009!). Through our fourth vow of
hospitality, we dedicate our lives to the aged poor,
with whom we become one family. The words of St.
Jeanne Jugan are our inspiration as we spend our lives
in humble service: “Making the elderly happy, that
is what counts. . .Never forget that the poor are Our
Lord; it is Jesus whom you care for in them.” Through
our vocation we wish to give quiet witness to the
dignity of every human life, until the very end. The
Association Jeanne Jugan is comprised of Catholic
lay men and women who share in our spirit and
mission. Visit our website: www.littlesistersofthepoor.
org or contact Sr. Constance, 601 Maiden Choice
Lane, Baltimore, MD 21228; e-mail: serenity@
littlesistersofthepoor.org. See our web ad at www.
See ad on page 129. Code #041.
Marianist Sisters, Daughters of Mary Immaculate
(F.M.I) The Marianist Sisters are the women vowed
religious in the Marianist Family. We continue the
risk-taking faith of our foundress, Adèle de Batz de
Trenquelléon, in developing faith communities in
collaboration with the laity, and in the service of
women, youth, and the poor. FMI’s serve in Europe,
Asia, Africa, South America, and the United States
(Dayton, OH and San Antonio, TX). In the United
States we still have much of the pioneer spirit, with
“a mission to spread the Marianist Charism wherever
we are.” Vocation Office: 30 Sawmill Road, Dayton,
OH 45409; (937) 224-5896; or 235 W. Ligustrum
Drive, San Antonio, TX 78228-4092; (210) 433-
5501; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com. See our web ad at www.
Marianites of Holy Cross (M.S.C.) United with Mary
standing at the foot of the cross, we, Marianites of Holy
Cross, are APOSTOLIC religious, women of PRAYER
and COMPASSION. Our mission, energized by our
life in COMMUNITY, is to incarnate the love and
compassion of Jesus Christ. Called to be a PROPHETIC
presence in an ever-changing world, we resolutely
stand with those who are excluded. We number 200
sisters, and are part of the Holy Cross Family of Sisters,
Brothers, Priests, and Lay Associates. We minister in
the all-inclusive fields of education, health care, social
work, and parish ministry in France, the United States,
Canada and Burkina Faso. In prayer, community life,
ministry, with family and friends, we witness to God’s
Spirit dwelling within us and encourage others to
recognize God’s action in their lives. Sound like you?
Contact us! E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website:
Maryknoll Sisters (M.M.) We are women religious missionaries in 25 countries in Asia, Africa, the Pacific Islands and the Americas. Rooted in the mission of Jesus,
we cross boundaries of cultures, races, gender, socio-economic-political status and faith traditions, making
God’s love and compassion visible. We serve as pastoral
workers, social workers, community based health
workers, doctors, nurses, catechists, farmers, teachers,
theologians, spiritual directors and advocates for
justice and peace, preservation of the environment and
integrity of all creation. Our journey is shared with
people, especially marginalized and oppressed ones,
living for truth, justice, peace and integrity. Join us. . .
. to help make God’s love visible! Contact: Vocation
Ministry Coordinator, Maryknoll Sisters, P. O. Box 311,
Maryknoll, NY 10545; (914) 941-7575 ext. 5612;
e-mail: email@example.com. Our website: www.
See ad on page 109. Code #199.
Medical Mission Sisters (M.M.S.) Medical Mission Sisters are women full of passion...for wholeness, for justice, for life. Like our Foundress,
Anna Dengel, M.D., “it eats us up” when individuals
and communities are denied the resources and
opportunities they need to live as human beings. In
our broken, wounded world, Medical Mission Sisters
are called to live as a healing presence. We try to bring
about a world where all live in harmony and no one
is in want. We try to live as Jesus did, with care and
compassion for all. Our 600 Sisters and 80 Associates
partner with others in 17 nations today to help build
one world where the gifts of all people, all cultures,
all creation are affirmed and celebrated. If you would
like more information about our special call in the
Church, please contact: Sister Katherine Baltazar at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We also invite you
to visit our websites: www.medicalmissionsisters.org
See ad on page 89. Code #042.
Medical Missionaries of Mary (M.M.M.) Inspired
by our Blessed Mother’s visit to her cousin Elizabeth,
the Medical Missionaries of Mary (MMM) follow
her example, bringing Christ’s healing love to those
most in need. Sustained by prayer and community
life, each sister, in self-surrender, seeks God through
a life-long commitment of poverty, celibacy, and
obedience in service to the sick, poor, marginalized
and most neglected of our world. MMM is particularly
drawn to those services that heal and empower
women. MMM presently serve in nine African
countries, Brazil and Honduras ministering in a
variety of professional capacities such as midwives,
nurses, doctors, social services, administrators and
various pastoral ministries. The sisters strive to
identify, respect and affirm cultural differences and
wisdom with particular regards to health and healing.
Primary Health Care, in continuous dialogue with
the local people, is a MMM priority. Contact: Sr. Joan
Grumbach, Vocation Director, Medical Missionaries
of Mary, 563 Minnieford Ave, Bronx, NY 10464; (718)