principal that “Love of God and love of neighbor are
but one single love.” Through our sponsorship of the
Holy Redeemer Health System, we provide health
care, social services, and pastoral care, with a special
emphasis on older adults, women and children.
Contact us: American Province; Vocation Ministry
Office, 521 Moredon Road, Huntington Valley, PA
19006; (215) 914-4109; e-mail: vocations@
HolyRedeemer.com; website: www.
See ad on page 42. Code #079.
Enter #287 at VocationMatch.com
Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603; (914) 798-1109;
fax: (914) 949-5169; e-mail: snbecker2000@yahoo.
com; website: www.divinecompassion.org.
Sisters of the Divine Savior (SDS) We are the women religious branch of the international Salvatorian Family, which
also includes priests and brothers, and married or
single lay women and men. The Salvatorian Sisters
were founded in Rome by Venerable Francis Mary of
the Cross Jordan and Blessed Mary of the Apostles in
1888. We carry out our mission to make Jesus our
Savior known so that all may experience fullness of
life. We minister in 29 countries worldwide,
including the U.S. in Alabama, Arizona, California,
Tennessee and Wisconsin. Among our apostolic
works are parish and retreat ministries, education,
health care, advocacy for victims of human trafficking,
social work, art and law. We invite women ages 20-50
to explore the Salvatorian Sisters by contacting Sister
Mary Lee Grady, SDS at (414) 466-0810, ext. 229;
email@example.com; or 4311 N. 100th
Street, Milwaukee, WI 53222. Website: www.
See ad on page 19. Code #315.
families, for the Kingdom of God. Founded in San
Francisco, CA. and serving the western United
States, the diversity of our ministries reflects our
historical commitment to provide meaningful
services to the communities in which we live and
work. Some of our current ministries include: child
care, religious education, anti-human trafficking
advocacy & education, social justice work, teachers,
special education, social work, and home visiting.
Our doors are open to those exploring membership
as vowed women religious or associates (both male
& female). We invite you to explore a possible
calling to serve with the Sisters of the Holy Family.
Vocation Director, P.O. Box 3248, Fremont,
California 94539; (510) 624-4511; website: www.
holyfamilysisters.org. See our web ad at www.
See ad on page 35. Code #036.
Sisters of the Humility of Mary (H.M.) As Sisters of the Humility of
Mary, the heart of our commitment to
religious life is a radical love and following of Jesus
Christ grounded in a life of prayer and compassionate
service. Mary’s humility inspires us to say “yes” to
God’s call, whatever it asks of us, in joyful simplicity.
Her fidelity to God’s Spirit challenges us to be a
prophetic presence in today’s world by bringing
more abundant life to God’s people. Our founders,
Marie-Antoinette Potier and John Joseph Begel,
responded to the needs of the time in France with
vision, courage and generosity, eventually
emigrating to the Cleveland diocese in 1864. Today,
we follow in their footsteps, dedicated to works of
peacemaking, justice, and care for Earth through a
variety of ministries in education, health care, social
service, and pastoral ministry. We number 162
Sisters serving in Midwestern states, Florida, and
Haiti. Others join in our life and mission as
Associates, HM Volunteers and Volunteer Alums.
For more information: www.humilityofmary.org.
Membership Office, 20015 Detroit Road, Rocky
River, OH 44116, (440)356-5711; e-mail vocation@
hmministry.org. See our web ad at www.
See ad on page 58. Code #329.
Sisters of the Holy Cross (C.S.C.) We, Sisters
of the Holy Cross, are a dynamic international
congregation of sisters who are part of the Holy
Cross family of sisters, brothers, and priests. Striving
to live out Jesus’ gospel and mission in the 21st
century, we minister to people in eight countries
on four continents. Compelled by Love, we address
unmet needs as educators, health care workers,
administrators, counselors, pastoral ministers, social
workers, retreat leaders, writers, attorneys and social
justice advocates. We have committed ourselves
as a congregation to promote right relationships
wherever we serve. Make a difference in our world
by sharing our life and mission. Sr. Katherine Kase,
CSC, 4910 Strathmore Avenue, Kensington, MD
20895; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; website:
See ad on page 123. Code #269.
Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth
(C.S.F.N.) In a world marked by individualism, we
choose family! Our lives, rooted in prayer and in the
example of the Holy family of Nazareth, speak to the
world about love, sacrifice, and true joy. Believing
that charity begins at home, we create communities
where lives are nurtured and shared. Empowered
by this gift, we reach out to the Church and world
through diverse ministries, striving to uphold the
value and dignity of the human family. Founded in
Rome in 1875 by Blessed Mary of Jesus the Good
Shepherd, we are an international congregation,
presently serving in the continental United States,
Puerto Rico, Australia, Eastern and Western Europe,
Israel, and the Philippines. Make a life-giving choice
today and explore what God may have in mind for
you! For more information, contact: Sister Michele
Vincent Fisher at email@example.com; website:
www.nazarethcsfn.org. See our web ad at www.
See ad on page 97. Code #155.
Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament(I.W.B.S.)—Corpus
See our ad on page 93. Code #274.
Sisters of the Holy Family (S.H.F.) For 140 years the Sisters of the Holy Family have responded to the Gospel call to seek out the poor and the needy, especially
Sisters of the Holy Redeemer (C. S. R.) The Sisters of the Holy Redeemer are compelled to bring the healing presence and compassion of the Redeemer to those who
suffer in body, mind and spirit. We strive to be
witnesses to hope and joy as we serve Jesus in the
most vulnerable. Our inspiration flows from our
relationship with Jesus, our Redeemer as we follow
the example of Mother Alphonse Maria Eppinger who
founded the congregation 160 years ago on the
Sisters of the Living Word (S.L. W.) Our community was founded in 1975, in
response to the call for renewal in
religious life at the Second Vatican Council. We focus