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Imago Dei Statement of Sisters of Charity of Our Lady, Mother of the Church

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Sister M. Rafael

Sister M. Rafael

Someone once thanked me for dedicating my life to God, but really I have received 100-fold already!

Sister Marie Alexandria

Sister Marie Alexandria

I love being a Sister of Charity and I am thankful to God for my vocation! I come from a family of nine children and now I have an even larger family to call my own. Praise God for the consecrated life.

Sister Mary Francesco

Sister Mary Francesco

I grew up in Chili, Wisconsin and since I was a young girl I have felt close to the Lord. Jesus courted me for three years and I finally said yes at the age of 12. He is very romantic!

Sister M. Kateri

Sister M. Kateri

On the day of my Final Profession, I gave my entire life over to my Best Friend, Jesus. As a Sister of Charity, I live each day in love of Him by seeing His presence in my Sisters and those I meet.

Sister M. Veronica Rose

Sister M. Veronica Rose

“Once I heard Jesus calling me to be a Sister of Charity, I couldn’t say no!”

Sister M. Josephine

Sister M. Josephine

I was born in Burundi, Africa and lived many years in Minnesota. I became aware of my vocation during Eucharistic Adoration. Our Blessed Mother has been close to me in my religious life. I am very happy to consecrate my life to Jesus forever!

Sister M. Philip Reynette

Sister M. Philip Reynette

“My vocation is like hiking up a rugged mountain. There are caves, valleys, rocks to climb, but when you finally reach the summit, you just can’t help but thank God for the breath-taking view.”

Sister M. Joan Clare

Sister M. Joan Clare

Being called to the Religious Life is a great gift. Jesus never ceases to amaze me with His immense love and mercy.

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