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