Sister Alice Gotti entered religious life from St. Columbus Cathedral in Youngstown, Oh. After her conversion to the Catholic faith in 1949, she developed a greater devotion to the Blessed Mother and Jesus, and her closer union with them influenced her decision to become a Sister.
Her teaching ministry, which spanned almost 27 years, included Good Shepherd School (formerly St. Joseph School) in Braddock, Pa. (1975–81). Since 1985 she has been a diagnostic medical sonographer at UPMC Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sister Alice lives out the charism of the Community by trusting in the Providence of God and relying on her prayer life. She says, “I attempt to help all those in need by ministering to the sick, elderly, and lonely. I strive to be a woman of Providence by caring for all of the poor, whether poor in spirit, health, or material goods.”
Compassionate, dedicated, and determined, Sister Alice enjoys singing and music, arts and crafts, sewing, and the theater.