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Welcome to our Sisters Chat Room hosted by Sister Pat Dowling, CBS, who serves as Vocation Director for Sisters of Bon Secours, in Marriottsville, Maryland. Nun Talk is where you can find lots of material to think about, pray about, and talk about! Nun Talk features a variety of guest sisters and bloggers from the. Much of our conversation is spent talking about school (I went to one run by I came to meet and know the Society of the Sacred Heart when I.
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One of our sisters who entered in the 60s remembered agonising over it. Someone said to her: Go for it girl! As the pieces of my life settled back into their new places my perception of my vocation had also altered.
There are many ups and downs to the life. I made a deal with myself in October last year when I applied for First Profession.
They accepted me and I took vows at the end of January this year. So no purple hair.
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Apologising profusely to her she replies: My early memories are of the family fairground, of clown stalls, dodgems, bright lights, ghost trains and candyfloss booths! In the 80s we had a week at school where different orders and priests came in so locals could ask them questions about what they do. Little did I know! Though during teatime and after our evening meal we have periods where we can speak. Our main work is hospitality with some people doing the accounts and others tending to the vegetable garden.
Each sister does different work depending on her gifts. Life has been one long fairground ride with God and the ride never stops. My first experience with the sisters was a positive one and I loved them and wanted to be one of them.
I wanted to join the community after 8th grade. At that time the sisters sponsored a private high school in Mendham, New Jersey for girls who felt called to religious life. My mom and dad wanted me to wait because I was so young but in the middle of my freshmen year they knew that I really wanted to enter, so with their help and blessing I began the process. I left home at the age of 15 to follow my dream and for 45 years I have been living it out.
I loved being in the convent and living with the sisters. I missed my family very much but I loved God so much that I knew this is what I was to do.
Why I became a nun: 'I had my own flat and a boyfriend but deep down I felt restless'
At the time I entered there were about 55 other high school girls from around the country who also attended. Many of them are still in the community and it is really nice to share our experiences with each other. I have so many memories of my students, their parents, staff, and co-workers over the years. Also there is an extensive help file explaining the many features and how to use them located within the chat program itself. Once you are in logged into the chat room, simply click on the question mark?
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