CSJs in the News

Recently several sisters have been featured in articles from various sources.  Here is a little information about each article and then a link to access the full article.  

Sister Amy Hereford was interviewed on living her life with a vow of poverty.  She explains what it means to her and the impact it has had on her life.  In addition, she talks about how this vow doesn’t only hold value for those of religious life.  To read the full article from Wealthsimple click here.


 

 

Sister Roseanne Cook was interviewed about her 30 years serving as a doctor in Alabama.  Although she had originally hoped to help do work outside of the United States, but when God presented her with an opportunity in rural Alabama, she took it.  The years she spent in Alabama might have been challenging, but were some of her most rewarding.  Click here for the full article from the Webster-Kirkwood Times.


 

Sister Sarah Heger and Sister Barbara Dreher were included in an article about collaborative efforts of women religious focused on education in St. Louis. Sister Sarah is the principal of Marian Middle School and Sister Barbara assists in the English Tutoring Project. To read the full article from Global Sisters Report click here

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