In this episode, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., sits down with two of her friends from college, both of whom joined other religious communities, the Sisters of Life and the Oblate Sisters of St. Francis de Sales. The group swap stories and share about how they found their seedlings of a vocation through the support of each other and their mentors at Mary Washington College (now the University of Mary Washington).
S3 E4: Finding Your Faith-Filled Friends
In the Company of Sister Audrey Francis and Sister Ann Catherine
November 3, 2020
S3 E17: Living in Navajo Nation
In the Company of Daughters of Charity • May 4, 2021
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth is joined by three Daughters of Charity who live and serve in Tuba City, Arizona, a part of Navajo Nation. Sister Catherine France, Sister Mary Peter Diaz, and Sister Caridad Tatayon share about their ministries, particularly their ministry of presence.
S3 E16: Ministering in Alaska
In the Company of Sister Frances Vista, D.C. • April 20, 2021
Alaska is 1 of the 50 states, but sometimes it feels like a different country. In today's episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim chats with Sister Frances Vista about ministering as a Daughter of Charity in Anchorage and the joys and challenges that come along with it.
S3 E15: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
In the Company of Tim Williams • April 6, 2021
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim sits down to talk with Tim Williams, the National Director for Formation for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the United States. He explains the origins of the Society, the purpose of the Society, and the good things each Conference (or Chapter) does for those in poverty.