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Mother Mary Christina, SJW

Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker

Sr. Marietta Terese, SSCJ

Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Sr. Mary Eucharista, SMMC

Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church

Sr. Melissa, MS

Marian Sisters of the Diocese of Lincoln

Sister Agnes, CFR

Community of Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal

Sr Elizabeth, TOR

Franciscan Sisters Third Order Regular of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother

Sr. Maria Kateri, SV

Sisters of Life

Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate

Vocation Director: Sister Maria Simona Pia Muller, F.I. Vocation Phone: 508-990-0335 Vocation Email: fsiusa@gmail.com

Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm

Through a life of prayer, mission, and community, the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm seek to render loving service to the elderly in the spirit of the foundress, Mother M. Angeline Teresa. The Carmelite spirit encompasses genuine compassion for the aged, seeking to provide the highest quality care in a home-like, loving atmosphere. Founded in 1929, the Carmelite Sisters currently staff twenty-three nursing homes in nine states and Ireland, with approximately two hundred sisters striving to share joyfully and generously the Gospel message and bring Christ's love and healing to the aged and infirm entrusted to their care. Admission requirements: Young women generally between the ages of 19 and 35 in good physical and mental health who have a high school diploma or its equivalent, plus a sincere desire to serve Christ through a ministry to the elderly. Vocation Director: Sr. Mary O'Donovan, O.Carm. Vocation Phone: 518-537-5000 Vocation Email: srmaryod@stmhcs.org

Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Apostles of the Sacred Heart were founded in Viareggio, Italy in 1894 by Clelia Merloni (1861-1930). In an effort to make the heart of Christ better known, loved and served, Clelia dedicated the Congregation to the loving Heart of Jesus. Mother Clelia gathered a small group of women who would serve the Church, especially the poor and suffering out of zeal and reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Within a few years the Apostles set out for the Americas to assist the Italian emigrants. From these humble beginnings, the congregation has grown to over 1500 sisters on five continents. The sisters spread devotion the Sacred Heart of Jesus by personal and communal witness to the Gospel, commitment to growth in holiness and ministry to the people of God. As consecrated women of the Church, they imitate the life of Christ in the world today through education, health care, pastoral ministry, retreat and youth ministry, social services and missionary activity. An International Congregation, they serve in the United States, Italy, Albania, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uraguay, Mexico, Philippines, Mozambique, Benin and Taiwan. Vocation Director: Sr. Virginia Herbers, A.S.C.J. Vocation Phone: 203-889-0408 Vocation Email: vocations@ascjus.org

All Saints Sisters of the Poor

The All Saints Sisters of the Poor is a monastic community of Diocesan Right in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, MD. We were erected as a new Institute of Consecrated Life on November 1, 2011. We also have a presence in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, PA Our foremost mission is to "press on to reach the end of the race and receive the heavenly prize for which God, through Christ Jesus, is calling us" (Phil 3:12-14). Our dedication to all the Saints inspires us to remember that it is in the company of all the Saints that we are following Jesus, even to Calvary. We have a ministry of hospitality, both at the Priory (for women) and at St Gabriel's Retreat House on the Priory grounds. We also have a ministry of providing reasonably priced greeting cards and holy cards. The designs are all done by our Sisters, are purchased and shared by people of all walks of life. Our cards may be ordered though our website, the mail, or by phone. As a formerly Anglo-Catholic Community, we treasure the opportunity to share with other Catholics the riches of our Anglican Patrimony by bringing the best of that tradition into full communion with the Holy See, in complete loyalty to the Holy Father and in faithful adherence to the Magisterium of the Church. We long for the unity of the Body of Christ as Our Lord Jesus Christ prayed: "May they all be one" (John 17:21). We endeavor to contribute whatever we can, in prayer and in action, to further this unity. We eagerly look forward to the day when there truly will be "one flock and one Shepherd" (John 10:16). To enter our community, one must be a Catholic woman and faithful to the Holy Father and the Catholic Church, age: 21 or older, at least a High School diploma, free from canonical impediments including debts, a desire to give oneself totally to God, and with good physical and mental health. We do consider belated vocations with each case considered individually. Vocation Phone: 410-747-4104 Vocation Email: sremilyann@allsaintssisters.org

Sr. Jhoanne Marie, PVMI

Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate

School Sisters of Christ the King

"Ut Christus Regnet"--That Christ May Reign is the motto of the School Sisters of Christ the King. Founded in 1976 by Bishop Glennon Patrick Flavin, they are a community of religious women whose primary charism is to belong totally to their Spouse, Christ the King, and to make Him loved in the hearts of others. The sisters foster a deep prayer life and share the corporate apostolate of Catholic education. Obedience to the Church's Magisterium, love for the Eucharistic Lord, reverence for the priesthood, zeal for souls, devotion to the Passion, and love for Mary form the basis of their charism. The School Sisters of Christ the King welcome young women between the ages of 18-35, of at least average intelligence and appropriate maturity, who wish to spend themselves loving Christ the King and serving to extend His reign through the teaching apostolate. Vocation Director: Sister Mary Alma Linscott, C.K. Vocation Phone: 402-477-5232 Vocation Email: ck-vocations@cdolinc.net

Sr. Ann Elizabeth Norton, C.R.

Sisters of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Sr. Mary Michael Butler, DCJ

Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus-Central Province

Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus

North Province

We, the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus, are a contemplative-apostolic religious congregation, an Ecclesial Congregation of Pontifical Right. Since its very beginning in 1891 in Berlin, Germany, our congregation has been formed by the spirit of Carmel, of St. Teresa of Jesus, and of our foundress Mother Mary Teresa of St. Joseph. The charism of Carmel consists essentially and above all in the following and continuing of the praying Christ in a Marian attitude. We follow St. Teresa of Jesus by striving for union with God through a life in which prayer-especially contemplative prayer-as apostolic service in the Church, holds first place and is the source of our life and activity. The charism of our foundress was to put the contemplative spirit of Carmel into the active service of the direct apostolate. This union of prayer and service is our life and our mission, our gift to the Church and the world. It was the explicit will of our foundress that our apostolate should be carried out in harmony with community life and religious discipline. Therefore we exercise our apostolic works of the missionary apostolate, the Christian upbringing of children and youth, and the care of the aged in houses that are directed by our congregation in Europe, the United States, Canada, Central America, South America, and Africa. We enthusiastically welcome into our community Catholic women with the following qualifications: -Between the ages of 19 and 30 (exceptions can be made). -In good physical, mental and moral health. -A persistent desire to give oneself generously to God and His Church. Vocation Director: Sr. Anne Marie, Carmel, DCJ Vocation Phone: 616-438-3704 Vocation Email: simmaculatao@gmail.com

Sisters of the Resurrection

Immaculate Conception Province

The Sisters of the Resurrection were called into existence by the design and providence of God in 1891 when two women, Celine and Hedwig Borzecka, began the Congregation in Rome, Italy. The congregation has homes in Europe, South America, Australia, the United States and Canada. Faithful to the Church and responsive to its contemporary needs, the Sisters of the Resurrection bring God's hope and love to all they meet in the educational, health care and other ministries which God leads them to embrace. Called to be vibrant witnesses of the Risen Lord and empowered by the presence of the Holy Spirit, the sisters' lives are rooted in a deep prayer life. They take time each day, both communally and personally, to drink deeply of their relationship with God in order to bring Jesus to others. With St. Paul they echo the hymn of Resurrection, "I live now, not I, but Christ lives in me." (Gal. 2:20) In their Charism Statement is written: "As Sisters of the Resurrection we participate in a special way in the Paschal Mystery in which the love of the Triune God is fully revealed. We respond to this love by going with Christ through the cross and death to resurrection and glory." The Sisters of the Resurrection welcome women who desire to consecrate their lives completely to God. Vocation Director: Sister Kathleen Ann Skrocki, C.R. Vocation Phone: 773-792-6363 Vocation Email: callres1946@gmail.com

Sr. Rose Veronica of Jesus, lsp

Little Sisters of the Poor

Franciscan Handmaids of the Most Pure Heart of Mary

Vocation Team: (718) 227-5575 Vocation Email: pfsocialjustice@yahoo.com

Sisters of the Resurrection

St. Joseph Province

The Sisters of the Resurrection were called into existence by the design and providence of God in 1891 when two women, Celine and Hedwig Borzecka, began the Congregation in Rome, Italy. The congregation has homes in Europe, South America, Australia, the United States, and Canada. Faithful to the Church and responsive to its contemporary needs, the Sisters of the Resurrection bring God's hope and love to all they meet in the educational, health care and other ministries which God leads them to embrace. Called to be vibrant witnesses of the Risen Lord and empowered by the presence of the Holy Spirit, the sisters' lives are rooted in a deep prayer life. They take time each day, both communally and personally, to drink deeply of their relationship with God in order to bring Jesus to others. With St. Paul they echo the hymn of Resurrection, "I live now, not I, but Christ lives in me." (Gal. 2:20) In their Charism Statement is written: "As Sisters of the Resurrection we participate in a special way in the Paschal Mystery in which the love of the Triune God is fully revealed. We respond to this love by going with Christ through the cross and death to resurrection and glory." The Sisters of the Resurrection welcome women who desire to consecrate their lives completely to God. Vocation Director: Sister Teresa Grace Baillargeion, C.R. Vocation Phone: 518-732-2226 Vocation Email: vocation@resurrectionsisters.org

Sr. Lucia, S.C.T.J.M.

Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary

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