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July 28 e designs

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Produced by the Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet in the Los Angeles Province

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Charism and Mission Sources of Identity given by Janet Mock, CSJ

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View our videos of her presentation below:

Sister Ingrid Honore-Lallande, CSJ
Describes her experience of ministering to the “Dear Neighbor”

Sister Joan Henehan, CSJ
Discusses the role of prayer in the life of a vowed religious woman

Sister Angela Faustina, CSJ
A talk about the meaning of living in a religious community

Sister Darlene Kawulok, CSJ
Explains the meaning of religious vows in today’s society

  • Part 6: JEAN PIERRE MEDAILLE (IQUITOS)

    Part 6: JEAN PIERRE MEDAILLE (IQUITOS)

    Iquitos is composed of many old traditions and home to many diverse people. Iquitos is the capital of the Peruvian Amazon and is the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by land. The only way into Iquitos is by air or water. It is surrounded …Read More
  • Part 5: Tacna

    Part 5: Tacna

    Tacna is a desert city and a commercial area with many immigrants from the Puno area. The poverty rate of Peru is at 30% with many poor children who temporarily or permanently drop out of school to help support their families. About a quarter to a third of …Read More
  • Part 4: PEQUENO PROYECTO (LAS BRISAS DE VILLA)

    Part 4: PEQUENO PROYECTO (LAS BRISAS DE VILLA)

    This house is also in a very poor area on the outskirts of Lima. The sisters here help in the parish and go outside the town to work as spiritual directors, attend school or work in the diocese. Teresa Ponce works at the National Conference for Religious as …Read More
  • Part 3: GRAN AMOR DE DIOS (CANTO CHICO)

    Part 3: GRAN AMOR DE DIOS (CANTO CHICO)

    Canto Chico is an area on the outskirts of Lima. People who are looking for a home come there to begin to build their lives by finding an area on a hillside and putting up walls for a house. There is little electricity or running water – but …Read More
  • Part 2: LIMA, PERU – CASA SAN JOSE (the Center House)

    Part 2: LIMA, PERU – CASA SAN JOSE (the Center House)

    The first day after we arrived, we had the opportunity to visit the places where St. Rose of Lima and St. Martin of Porres lived and worked. Sally Harper, the Vice Provincial was our tour guide. Lima is known as the City of Saints and there were plenty …Read More

View a slideshow of Sister Theresa Lynch’s trip to Peru