In this episode, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., is in the company of Sister Iliana Aponte, a Daughter of Charity originally from Puerto Rico. Sister Iliana talks about what life was like for her family in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria as well as what life was like for the Daughters of Charity living in Puerto Rico. As Spanish is Sister Iliana's first language, parts of her interview are in Spanish and translated to English using an interrupter.
Episode 11: Puerto Rico & Hurricane Maria
In the Company of Sister Iliana Aponte, D.C.
February 12, 2019
S4 E8: Learning About St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
January 4, 2022
Who was St. Elizabeth Ann Seton? Many people know her as the first American-born saint. But she was much more than that. Lisa, an employee at the Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland, has done extensive research on her life and shares some of it with us today.
S4 E6: Vocations in Albania
December 7, 2021
Today's guest, Sister Dafina Grabanica, D.C., is not a newcomer to the podcast after joining us in season one to talk about her vocation story. This time, Sister Dafina sits down with Sister Liz to chat about the current situation in Albania, her ministry there, and more!