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civilization of love. Following in the footsteps of
our Foundress, Nano Nagle, whose family motto
was, “not words but deeds” we are women of prayer,
women in community and women for mission.
We are women who are people oriented, prayerful,
and open to the needs of the day with ministries
as diverse as the gifts we bring to community life.
We minister in education, health care, catechesis,
pastoral and youth ministries, social justice, direct
service with the poor and are advocates for those
without voice such as immigrants. The deeds and
words of our foundress who said, “If I could be of
service in any part of the world I would gladly go
there willingly. . .” inspire and motivate us to go
one pace beyond into the future. We invite you to
join us. Contact: Sr. Laura Urbano PBVM, e-mail:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.sister-softhepresentation.org. Facebook: Presentation
Sisters of the Resurrection (C.R.) God called a
mother and daughter to form a religious congregation of women immersed in the spirit of Jesus’
Resurrection. As Sisters of the Resurrection, we
are women of prayer and of the church who believe
deeply in the presence of the Risen Christ. We have
given our lives to God in joy through a vowed commitment of chastity, poverty, and obedience. In our
education and health care ministries, we strive to
imitate the example of Jesus’ love, compassion, and
concern for others. We believe that God continues
to call women to live as Sisters of the Resurrection
and we invite you to prayerfully consider whether
this could be true for you. New York Province: Sr.
Teresa Grace, C.R., 35 Boltwood Avenue, Castleton,
NY 12033; (518) 732-2226; e-mail: vocation@
resurrectionsisters.org; website: www.resurrection-sisters.org. Chicago Province: Sr. Kathleen Ann,
C.R., 7432 W. Talcott Avenue, Chicago, IL 60631;
(773) 792-6363; e-mail: email@example.com;
See ad on page 20. Code #215.
Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother Third
Order Regular of St. Francis of Assisi
(S.S.M.) We are an international, multicultural congregation. We share in the
mission of Jesus to bring fuller life to others by revealing God’s love for all, especially the poor. With
Mary, the Sorrowful Mother, we strive to be a
compassionate presence to those who suffer. Our
main ministries include healthcare, education,
youth ministry and related fields within those areas.
We serve the Lord in ten countries: the USA (in
Wisconsin, New Jersey, and Oklahoma), Austria,
Italy, Germany, Tanzania, Brazil, the Dominican
Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia, and
Grenada. If you feel called to consecrate your life
to the Lord by following St. Francis of Assisi and
sharing your compassion with others, we invite you
to contact us through our vocation website, www.
becomingasister.org and filling out the self-quiz
published on that site. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 20. Code #034.
Sisters of the Third Order of St. Fran-
cis (O.S.F.)—East Peoria, IL From
fashion to physics, accounting to nurs-
ing, we come together from diverse
backgrounds to serve Christ in the sick, the poor,
the injured, the aged, and the dying. We are a small,
Franciscan, apostolic community that gathers to-
gether daily for the Eucharist, Liturgy of the Hours,
and Rosary. We own and operate OSF HealthCare,
which includes 11 hospitals, a children’s hospital,
home care, hospice, physician practices, and col-
leges of nursing. Our sisters serve in many different
ways within our healthcare ministry. From the
words and legacy of Mother Frances we know what
God asks of us, to care for everyone He sends to us,
turning no one away, and to serve them with the
greatest care and love. Contact: Sr. Rose Therese,
O.S.F., 740 NE Glen Oak Ave., Peoria, IL 61603;
(309) 655-2645; e-mail: vocation.info@osfhealth-
care.org; web: franciscansisterspeoria.org; face-
book: /OSFsisters; twitter: osfsisters.Se e our web
ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 46. Code #081.
Sisters of Transfiguration Hermitage We are a monastic, contemplative
community, following the Rule of Benedict
in a way of life which nurtures the love of
God in solitude as well as in community. Our life
includes Liturgy of the Hours together as well as
hours for personal prayer and lectio in solitude both
morning and evening. We live by the work of our
hands: making fruitcakes, jams, and other baked
goods, and by writing, offering occasional workshops and retreats, and through the ministry of our
small guest house. Our 68 acres of gardens, fields,
woods, and streams offers a solitary environment
in which to attend to God’s presence. Firmly rooted
in the monastic tradition, we are also open to the
needs and aspirations of contemporary women who
desire to seek God both in silence and solitude and
in the daily life of the community of sisters. Transfiguration Hermitage, 205 Windsor Neck Rd.,
Windsor, ME 04363; (207) 445-8031; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.transfigu-rationhermitage.org.
Society of Helpers (S.H.) The Helpers
are an international community of
women religious who have been urged
by the love of Christ to respond to the
challenges of the world by bringing hope to the
human journey. We work in solidarity with the
forgotten, those wounded in human dignity, those
suffering injustice, those surviving without hope,
those searching for God. We share with them in the
life and death situations of the human situation
moving towards fullness of life. To learn more
contact: Sr. Jean Kielty, (773) 405-9884; e-mail:
email@example.com or Sr. Anna Maria Baldauf,
(312) 806-1884; e-mail: annamaria.baldauf@
yahoo.com. For Spanish contact Sr. Dominga Za-
pata, (773) 343-8832; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our website at www.helpers.org. See our web
ad at vocationnetwork.org.
Society of the Holy Child Jesus—American
Province (SHCJ) Founded by Cornelia Connelly, the Society of the Holy Child Jesus is an
international community of women religious. Our
mission is to help others to believe that God lives
and acts in them and in our world, and to rejoice in
God’s presence. Our life of prayer and community
strengthens us for diverse ministries. Since the
Society’s founding in 1846, education has been
at the heart of our mission. Today, we continue to
serve as educators in the broadest sense of the word
through ministries in teaching, spirituality, health
care, social work, pastoral care, parish administration, and law. In the U.S., the Society sponsors 14
schools, including Rosemont College, and several
social service organizations. Holy Child Sisters
serve on four continents and in 10 states. For more
information, please contact: Anita Quigley, SHCJ;
1341 Montgomery Avenue, Rosemont, PA 19010;
(610) 626-1400, ext. 304; e-mail: aquigley@shcj.
org. Visit our website at www.shcj.org/american.
See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 128. Code #172.
Society of the Sacred Heart (R.S.C.J.) The
Society of the Sacred Heart is an international
community with more than 2100 members in 41
countries, many serving outside the land of their
birth. Founded in 1800 by Saint Madeleine Sophie
Barat, we continue her vision and mission in ever-evolving ways she could not have foreseen. We
are committed to discovering and revealing God’s
love in the world through education, working for
justice and guiding lives in faith. Religious of the
Sacred Heart serve in teaching and formation, in
pastoral and spiritual work and in other ministries
that promote justice and human development.
Building relationships, creating community and
fostering reconciliation are part of our vocation;
prayer and contemplation are central to our lives.
If you are drawn to discover what it means to be
at once “wholly contemplative and wholly apostolic,” we welcome you. Please visit www.rscj.org
or contact Sr. Mary Pat White at 1-888-844-7725
See ad on page 124. Code #027.
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