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education, health care, parish—just to name a few.
Let’s talk. Membership Office, 912 Market Street, La
Crosse, WI 54601-8800; (888) 683-FSPA (toll free);
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.fspa.
org. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 39. Code #030.
Franciscan Sisters of Saint Elizabeth
(F.S.S.E.) Following in the footsteps of
our Founder Saint Ludovico and living
under the Third Order Regular Rule of
Saint Francis, we commit ourselves to a Gospel life
of poverty, chastity, and obedience. As a multi-cultural community, we minister to God’s people on five
continents. Worldwide we daily unite ourselves as
community through our common celebration of the
Holy Eucharist, Divine Office, Holy Hour, and meditation. We offer our service through education, health
care, parish ministry, care of the elderly, and evangelization. We joyfully embrace living in community,
sharing a life of prayer while being active in our
ministries. Are you called to journey with us? Call,
write, or e-mail. Request information; come visit. The
first step of the journey is yours to take. Let us assist
you along the way. Vocation Office, Franciscan Sisters
of Saint Elizabeth, 499 Park Road, Parsippany, NJ
07054; (973) 539-3797; e-mail: info@franciscansis-
ters.com; website: www.franciscansisters.com.
See ad on page 34. Code #056.
Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement (S.A.) Founded in 1898, we are a community of women religious
who share a vowed life within the context of community. Our spiritual and community life nurture
and make possible our ministries that vary according
to ones gifts and background. Presently, our Sisters
minister in the United States, Canada, Italy, Brazil, Japan, and the Philippines. We minister in areas of faith
formation, pastoral ministry, social services, retreat
and guest house hospitality. Vocation Ministry, 41
Old Highland Turnpike, Garrison, NY 10524; (845)
230-8235; e-mail: email@example.com;
See ad on page 77. Code #211.
Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred
Heart (O.S.F)—Frankfort, IL We, the
Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart,
are called by God to live the Gospel life
after the manner of St. Francis of Assisi as women religious. With love as the foundation of all we are, we incarnate the presence of
Jesus—a sign of hope. We joyfully embrace our
vowed life in community which is sustained by our
personal and communal prayer and sisterly love.
We respond in a prophetic way to the needs of
others through our ministries of education, healing, and service. We are currently in Indiana, Illinois, California, West Virginia and Brazil. Contact
the Vocation Director: 9201 W. St. Francis Road,
Frankfort, IL 60423; (815) 464-3873; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.fssh.net.
See ad on page 39. Code #540.
Glenmary Home Mission Sisters of America
(G.H.M.S.) The Glenmary Sisters provide mis-
sionary services to all God’s children in the
rural areas of the Southern United States and
Appalachia. Serving in areas where the Catholic
population is less than 2 percent, their ministry
is guided by the Corporal Works of Mercy to:
feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, clothe
the naked, shelter the homeless, visit the sick,
visit those in prison, and bury the dead. Through
the Glenmary Sister’s ministry of presence and
willingness to share in the daily struggles of the
families where they serve, the people of these areas
come to understand the love and concern of the
Catholic Church and their own dignity as children
of God. Contact: Barbara O’Nan, e-mail: barbara@
glenmarysisters.org; website: www.glenmarysis-
ters.org or call 706-414-2982 or 1-800-301-2689.
Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart (G.N.S.H.) As
Women Religious in the Catholic Church, we strive
to Create a Compassionate World through our lives
of prayer, ministry and advocacy. In the spirit of the
Gospel of Jesus and our foundress, St. Marguerite
d’Youville, Mother of Universal Charity, we collaborate with others, using our gifts and talents in
service to emerging concerns of our world. Social
justice, nonviolence and care of the earth are important values in our living, praying and working. We
are located on the East Coast of the U.S. If you are a
woman between the ages of 20-45 with enough love
in your heart to serve those in need, and are ready to
explore our life and mission, please contact the Vocation Director, Maryellen Glackin, 14500 Bustleton
Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19116-1188, 215-968-4236
ext. 208; Vocations@greynun.org, www.greynun.org.
See ad on page 28. Code #183.
Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters (SSpS) As an
international/intercultural religious missionary
community, we are called to share the Good News
of Jesus and witness to the presence and power of
the Holy Spirit in the world. Called by the Spirit,
we are sent to peoples of diverse cultures, religions
and social/ethnic backgrounds. Wherever possible,
we live in international and intercultural communities. We participate in the mission of Jesus through
education, health care, parish ministry, retreat work,
spiritual direction, counseling and social services. In
our ministry, we pay special attention to women and
children who are pushed to the margins of society.
Contact: Sr. Aprilia Untarto, SSpS; email: sspsvoca-
email@example.com; 847-571-4350; www.ssps-usa.org.
See ad on page 125. Code #127.
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(I.B.V.M.) [Loretto/Loreto Sis-
ters] IBVM Sisters are an apostolic
community of Catholic women present
in 26 countries across six continents. We live our
Ignatian spirituality—contemplative in action—so
cherished by our founder, Mary Ward, who in 1609
believed that “women in time to come would do
great things.” We believe that women have great
gifts to offer in promoting freedom, justice and in-
tegrity within church and society. We discern and
embrace God’s desire in today’s changing and chal-
lenging times. We serve in educational, pastoral, and
social ministries as parish ministers, religious educa-
tion directors, teachers, spiritual directors, counsel-
ors, campus ministers, caregivers to women in need,
and ministries among immigrants. With single-
hearted love we hold ourselves open and ready to
undertake whatever is for the greater glory of God
and the good of those we serve. Contact Sr. Claire
Vandborg, IBVM; (630) 868-2904; e-mail: voca-
firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website: www.ibvm.us.
Little Company of Mary Sisters
(L.C.M.) We, the Little Company of Mary
Sisters, are an international congregation
named 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
Sharon Ann Walsh, L.C.M., or Suzanne Petrouski,
(708) 229-5095, American Province LCM Sisters,
9350 South California Avenue, Evergreen Park, IL
60805; e-mail: email@example.com; website: www.
lcmsisters.org. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 44. Code #039.
Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception (L.S.I.C.) Since 1850 the presence of the
Congregation of the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in the Church is one of generous dedication and self-sacrificing love—Saint
John Paul II. The goal of the Little Servant Sisters
of the Immaculate Conception is: out of an exclusive love of God and following the example of Jesus
Christ, to serve our neighbors who are most in need
of spiritual and material help, especially children,
the poor, and the sick. In simplicity and love we
give proof of this by: • A Christian upbringing in
preschools, schools, children’s homes, youth activities • Religious education and parish work • Caring for the poor, the sick, and the elderly • Serving
in hospitals, assisted living and nursing homes •
Other apostolic works. Is Jesus calling you? Do not
be afraid to come and serve Him. Mother Dorota;
firstname.lastname@example.org; 1000 Cropwell Rd., Cherry
Hill, NJ 08003; 856-424-1962; www.lsic.us/.
See ad on page 26. Code #432.
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