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Episode 16: Translation as Ministry

In the Company of Sister Judith Mausser, D.C.

March 26, 2019

In this episode of our Sounds of the Motherhouse series, Sister Elizabeth Greim is in the company of Sister Judith Mausser, D.C., an English language translator at the Motherhouse in Paris. Sister Judith discusses translation as a ministry and the incredible joy that comes with living at working at the Motherhouse. The Vincentian Pulse features "Laudate Dominum" from evening prayer in the chapel.

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