God’s Work, Our Hands
Sister Alice Gilabert tells her vocation story
As a teenager, Sister Alice Gilabert made a decision to join the Catholic faith. A year and a half later, she felt God calling her to religious life.
Meet Vocation Minister, Sister Caryn Crook
Discover why she said “yes” to God’s call, learn more about her life as a Franciscan sister and hear the advice she offers to women considering a religious vocation.
Is God calling you to life as a religious woman?
As Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, we live as women of prayer and action. In community, we reverence each other as sisters because we recognize that we have a common brother in Christ. In ministry, we use our talents and passions to serve God’s people. In prayer, we find support and strength.
We can help you explore your future path. You can visit the sisters in their homes, attend a discernment retreat, connect with us on FaceBook, or consider our House of Discernment.
House of Discernment
Located in Millvale, Pennsylvania (outside of Pittsburgh), the House of Discernment is an opportunity for women ages 20-50 to spend six months to a year considering their future. Living, working and praying with likeminded women will give you a sense of community life while you determine the kind of life God is calling you to. Will your ultimate path lead to our door?
For more information about life with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, contact:
Sister Caryn Crook
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