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Member of the National Religious Vocation Conference
School Sisters of Notre Dame (S.S.N.D.) We,
the School Sisters of Notre Dame, are a vibrant,
international congregation of vowed apostolic women
with presence in 32 countries. We are committed to
serving God and God’s people in order to bring Jesus’
message of love and unity to our world. Impelled by
the Spirit and mission of Jesus we work to empower
others as we spread Jesus’ message of love and unity.
We serve with a global vision believing that the
world can be changed through the transformation
of persons. Our life in mission integrates prayer,
community life and ministry. We believe that our
international presence gives us a unique global
responsibility and perspective as we address, through
various ministries, the urgent needs of our times. You
are invited to share this joy-filled life with us. If you
believe God is drawing you to take a closer look at
religious life, contact one of our vocation directors
at email@example.com or (618) 303-9322; www.ssnd.
org; www.twitter.com/School_Sisters; www.youtube.
SSNDSisters. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
School Sisters of St. Francis (O.S.F.)—Milwaukee,
WI We are an international community of Catholic
sisters who unite with others to help build a more just
and peaceful world. As School Sisters of St. Francis,
our mission is to live the Good News of Jesus and
witness to the presence of a loving God as we enter
into the lives and needs of people, especially the poor,
throughout the United States, Europe, Latin America,
India and Africa. Through education, pastoral ministry, social justice, spiritual growth, health care, and
the fine arts, we strive to be the Franciscan face of the
Gospel to all those with whom we come into contact.
Sustained by the spirit of Sts. Francis and Clare of
Assisi, we carry out our ministries with hope, joy,
commitment, and connection—to God and to each
other. Please contact Rosaura Solano, 1515 S. Layton
Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53215; (414) 385-5253; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.sssf.org.
Servants of the Blessed Sacrament (S.S.S.) A
worldwide Eucharistic contemplative community, we
maintain Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in our
public Chapels. Our life of prayer is shared with others according to the talents of the Sisters, e.g. spiritual
guidance, Eucharistic Minister, organist. Age limit:
20-50. Education: 2 years college or work experience.
Contact: Sr. Catherine Caron; srcathcaron@hotmail.
Servants of the Holy Heart of Mary (S.S.C.M.) An
international religious congregation serving the needs
of the church through parish ministry, health care,
teaching, counseling, and human services. The sisters
in the United States serve in the dioceses of Belleville,
Rockford, Joliet, and Peoria. The heart of the ministry
of the SERVANTS OF THE HOLY HEART OF MARY
is the support and challenge of their lives of PRAYER
AND COMMUNITY. It is personal prayer, as well as
through the liturgical prayer of the church, that the
sisters are impelled to ministry and community. For
more information please contact: Vocation Office,
Servants of the Holy Heart of Mary, 717 North Batavia
Avenue, Batavia, IL 60510; (630) 879-1296; e-mail:
email@example.com; website: www.sscm-usa.org.
See ad on page 22. Code #055.
Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
(S.S.C.J.) Founded in 1894 by St. Joseph Sebastian
Pelczar and Blessed Klara Szczesna in Krakow, Po-
land, our charism is to extend the Kingdom of Love
of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus by means of our
love and contemplation, life of reparation and pen-
ance, and service to our neighbor by prayer, works,
good example and sacrifice—all in the spirit of Fran-
ciscan simplicity and joy! We work as teachers, cat-
echists, in nursing and personal care, parish, family
and youth ministry, and with the poor. We live and
work not only in Poland (where our Motherhouse is
in Krakow), but also serve in the U.S., Italy, France,
Ukraine, Bolivia, Argentina, and Jamaica. Women
between 18-30 who possess adequate health, are
not burdened by considerable debt, and desire to
give themselves totally to God may be admitted to
the Congregation. If you feel drawn toward such a
life, please write or visit us. Mother Provincial or
Vocation Director, 866 Cambria St., Cresson, PA
16630; (814) 886-4223; e-mail: sscjusaprovince@
gmail.com; website: www.sacredheartsisters.org/.
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of
Mary (I.H.M.)—Immaculata, PA Animated by our
charism of love, creative hope, and fidelity, and in
imitation of Mary, we proclaim the Gospel message
in the spirit of Jesus the Redeemer. Strengthened by
a life of vowed consecration, nurtured by prayer and
the Eucharist, and sustained by community living,
we radiate joyful service and promote Gospel values,
offering compassion to all God’s people through our
mission to evangelize, to catechize, and to teach.
In the spirit of St. Alphonsus, we promote peace
and justice in addressing the needs of the most
abandoned poor. For information contact Sr. Rose
Bernadette Mulligan or Sr. Marianne T. Lallone, Villa
Maria House of Studies, 1140 King Rd. Immaculata,
PA 19345-0200; (610) 889-1553; e-mail: ihmvoc@
gmail.com; website: www.ihmimmaculata.org.
See ad on page 48. Code #187.
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart
of Mary (I.H.M.)—Scranton, PA We, the
Scranton IHM Sisters, see ourselves as
women who value gospel-based community centered in prayer and service. We are a little
under 400 women and 150 plus associates who
reach out in joyful, loving, hospitable and self-emptying service. Originally founded in 1845 to
serve the educational and spiritual needs of immigrant peoples, we continue to serve in traditional and non-traditional educational settings. We
also respond to contemporary needs by caring for
those who are poor, homeless, spiritually neglected,
sick, uneducated, and abandoned through individual and collaborative outreach as well as through
our sponsored and co-sponsored institutions and
social justice ministries. In addition, we nurture a
growing commitment to the preservation and sustainability of our earth. Contact: Sr. Mindy Welding
IHM, IHM Center, 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, PA
18509, e-mail: reachoutIHM@gmail.com, phone:
(570) 346-5414; Visit: www.sistersofihm.org or
Facebook: www.facebook.com/sistersofihm. See
our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
See ad on page 29. Code #083.
Sisters of Charity (Federation) The
Sisters of Charity Federation is comprised
of 12 religious congregations, representing more than 4,000 members in the
United States and Canada, who recognize their particular character and spirit in the tradition of Charity
founded by St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac
and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Impelled by Christ’s love
and joined together in the mission of Charity they respond to the cries of those who are poor and marginalized with lives of extravagant love. To learn more and
for contact information for vocation directors of
member congregations visit www.sisters-of-charity-
federation.org. See our web ad at vocationnetwork.org.
Religious of the Assumption, USA Province
(R.A.) A diverse group of women living together
in close-knit, friendly communities, we live out
the vision of our foundress, Saint Marie Eugenie
Milleret, by integrating contemplation and action.
The Liturgy of the Hours, the Eucharist, and daily
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, coupled with
personal prayer and study, give us the foundation
we need to carry out our mission of transforming
society through prayer and education. We commit
ourselves to our charism of education in many
ways, including teaching, parish work, counseling,
advocacy and community development as we reach
out to immigrants, to women, to children and young
people, college students and other adult seekers.
We have been striving to impact the world through
prayer and action since 1839; today we are 1, 100+
sisters in 34 countries. For more information about
sharing your life with us for one year, two years, or
for the rest of your life, visit www.assumptionsisters.
org. Vocation and Volunteer Ministry Director, 16
Vineyard Street, Worcester, MA 01603; e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org; (508) 793-1954.
Religious of the Sacred Heart of
Mary (R.S.H.M.) The paths we walk
are paved with a shared dream…that
all may have life and have it to the full.
Founded in France in 1849, we are now in 14
different countries in Europe, Africa and the
Americas. Prayer and community are the twin
pillars that support us in many different forms of
ministry including education, health care, pastoral
ministry, social work, legal services and retreats.
While representing different cultures, languages,
talents and experiences, we have one heart and
one spirit. We have staked our lives on the belief
that God is revealed to us in creation, in the person
of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
The most vulnerable on earth and the vulnerability
of the earth itself are the focus of our quest in these
critical times to know and love God, and to make
God known and loved. We invite you to consider
walking with us. Contact: Sr. Anna Maria Lionetti,
email@example.com; Websites: www.rshm.
org; www.rscm-gen.org; www.youtube.com/user/
Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco -
Daughters of Mary Help of
Christians (F.M.A.) Bringing Christ
to the young and the young closer to
Christ. That’s been our clear and consistent
charism since 1872! Founded by St. John Bosco
and St. Mary Mazzarello in Italy, we are the largest
order of women religious in the world (over
12,000 in 98 countries) who live a strong
community life of prayer, mission, and in joy
with the youth wherever they are, especially the
poorest. Centered in the Eucharist, devoted to
Mary, and faithful to the Teachings of the Church,
we work with, for, and among the youth in
education, formation, and evangelization. Contact
us: EASTERN PROVINCE—Sr. Theresa Lee, 315
West Columbus Drive, Tampa, FL 33602-1306;
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.
instagram happynun1. WESTERN PROVINCE—
Sr. Jeanette Palasota, 5630 West Commerce St.,
San Antonio, TX 78237; e-mail: vocationsfma@
gmail.com; www.salesiansisterswest.org/; www.