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Sisters of the Humility of Mary (H.M.) As Sisters
of the Humility of Mary, the heart of our commitment is a radical love and following of Jesus Christ.
Mary´s humility inspires us to say yes to God´s call.
Her fidelity to God challenges us to be a prophetic
presence in today´s world. Our founders responded
to the needs of the time in 1854 in France with vision, courage, and generosity, eventually emigrating
to the Cleveland diocese in 1864. Today, we follow
in their footsteps, dedicated to peacemaking, justice,
and care for Earth through a variety of ministries in
education, healthcare, social service, and pastoral
ministry. We number around 125 Sisters serving in
Midwestern states and Haiti. Others join us as Associates, H.M. Volunteers, and Partners in Ministry.
For more information, go to humilityofmary.org, or
contact Membership Office, P.O. Box 620, Villa Maria, PA 16155; 724-964-8920 ext. 3383; vocation@
See ad on page 119. Code #329.
Sisters of the Incarnate Word and
Blessed Sacrament (I.W.B.S.)—
Corpus Christi, TX Our charism calls
us to become the loving presence of
Jesus for others. As a contemplative/apostolic
community, we join in the mission of Christ as he
traveled his world, proclaiming the Good News of
God’s unconditional love that desires fullness of life
for us all. Whatever our situation, we work to bring
about a Christian wholeness in each person we meet
and a Christian unity among all. We serve in the
Dioceses of Corpus Christi, Brownsville, and
Beaumont. You will find us in elementary and
secondary schools, in parishes and diocesan offices;
as school administrators, as teachers, as a director of
religious education, or as a coordinator for adult faith
formation. Learn more at www.iwbscc.org.
See ad on page 67. Code #274.
Sisters of the Precious Blood
(C.PP. S.) For more than 175 years, the
Sisters of the Precious Blood have
served as unwavering witnesses to
Christ’s redemptive, reconciling, and healing love,
responding to the world’s urgent need whenever and
wherever it presents itself. The Sisters of the Precious
Blood are united by a rich and active contemplative
spirituality that is firmly rooted in Eucharistic prayer
and devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus. We
participate in ministries as diverse as the Sisters who
engage in them. These ministries include healthcare,
education, pastoral care, and outreach to name a few.
Life as a Sister of the Precious Blood is for women
who feel motivated to go beyond themselves and
become part of something bigger! Contact us at
Sisters of the Precious Blood, 4000 Denlinger Road,
Dayton, Ohio 45416; 937-837-3302; vocations@
cppsadmin.org. Learn more at www.preciousblood-
sistersdayton.org. See our online ads at Vocation-
Network.org and DigitalVocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 67. Code #318.
Sisters of the Presentation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary (P.B.V.M.)
Dubuque, IA Sisters of the Presentation of Dubuque are women religious
inspired by the faith and life of their foundress, Nano
Nagle. In 18th century Ireland, working against
religious, political, and economic oppression and
with great personal risk, Nano launched an underground school system, visited the poor and elderly
in their homes, and spent hours in prayer. Her
charism of hospitality lives today in the sisters, associates, and friends who reflect God’s love for the
world, live the Gospel value of welcoming all, and
carry Nano’s lantern of hope to people in the United
States and Bolivia. Are you interested in making a
difference? If yes, then, listen to the Spirit’s stirrings
in your heart, ask for wisdom, and pray for courage
to take the next step. Visit: www.dubuquepresenta-
tions.org or contact the Vocation Office, 2360
Carter Road, Dubuque, IA 52001; 563-588-2008;
firstname.lastname@example.org. See our online ad at
Sisters of the Presentation of the
Blessed Virgin Mary (P.B.V.M.)—New
Windsor, New York We are women
who want to do great things for God,
Kingdom, the civilization of love. Following in the
footsteps of our foundress, Nano Nagle, whose
motto was, “not words but deeds” we are women of
prayer, women in community, and women for mission. We are people-oriented, prayerful, and open to
the needs of the day with ministries as diverse as the
gifts we bring. We minister in education, healthcare,
catechesis, pastoral and youth ministries, social
justice, direct service with the poor, and as advocates
for immigrants and all those without voice. 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. We invite you to join us.
Contact: Sr. Laura Urbano, P.B.V.M., laurapbvm@
hotmail.com or presentationvocationministry@ya-
hoo.com; www.sistersofthepresentation.org. Facebook: Presentation Vocation Ministry.
the United States, Central America, and Africa. We
thank God for all that has been and look forward
to the beatification of Venerable Henriette Del-ille. We welcome all nationalities. Please contact
Sr. Laura Mercier, S.S.F. at 504-460-5122; email:
email@example.com. Visit our website:
Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
(S.N.J.M.) Responding to the needs of her
day, Blessed Marie Rose Durocher founded our
congregation in 1843 in Longueuil, QC, Canada.
Today Sisters and Associates are responding to
the needs of our day as we continue to witness to
God’s love. Prayer and community sustain us in our
ministries. We are dedicated to the full development
of the human person through education, social
justice, contemplation, and the arts. Our ministries
include: providing education in the faith, spiritual
direction, and retreats; teaching in universities,
schools, and tutoring centers; promoting peace
and justice; and serving in parishes, hospitals,
clinics, studios, prisons, and immigration centers.
We minister in the United States, Canada, Lesotho,
South Africa, Brazil, and Peru, collaborating
wherever we are with others who share our
Gospel values. Email: Sr. Mollie Reavis, S.N.J.M.
at firstname.lastname@example.org; U.S.-Ontario Province
See ad on page 99. Code #078.
Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great
(O.S.B.M.) Our province, Jesus Lover of Humanity, was established in America as a result of
a request from the first Eastern Catholic Bishop,
Stephan Ortynsky, in 1911 to care for orphans.
Our ministries include evangelization through the
Basilian Spirituality Center and the Basilian Associates Program; education; pastoral ministry; iconography and folk art; youth ministry; and service
to the poor, orphans, and handicapped in Ukraine.
With an open heart and mind we invite you to explore these questions: Are you open to joining us
in celebrating the gift of life with others? Giving
of your time, energy, and talent in response to the
challenges of the 21st century? Being a fresh breeze
and reawakening hope and love in the world? If
you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you will discover personal fulfillment and
joy in helping others as a Sister of the Order of
St. Basil the Great. Please contact Sr. Joann Sosler,
O.S.B.M.; 215-379-3998, x16; email: vocations@
stbasils.com; website: stbasils.com.
See ad on page 48. Code #467.
Sisters of the Redeemer (C.S.R.) The
Sisters of the Redeemer are women of faith,
called by the Spirit of God to be a healing,
hope-filled presence to those in need. Our
mission, rooted in the works of mercy, is
to impart the healing and compassionate love of
Jesus Christ, on those we meet—whether a patient
in the hospital, a resident in the nursing home, or a
young mother in the grocery line. The Sisters of the
Redeemer embrace the call to be a healing presence
in the world. We are dedicated to affirming the sacredness of life beginning with human life and extending to all life forms found in the beautiful gifts
of God’s creation. Our inspiration flows from our
relationship with Jesus, our Redeemer as we follow
the example of Mother Alphonse Maria Eppinger,
who founded the Congregation over 160 years ago.
Contact us: American Province; Vocation Ministry
Office, 1600 Huntingdon Pike, Meadowbrook, PA
19046; 215-914-4110; vocations@HolyRedeemer.
See ad on page 45. Code #079.
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