Our previous Vocations Director, Sister Lisa Paffrath, appears in the first part of this video. Sisters Rose Anne Krantz and Lu Haidnick appear in the second half.
"Is this not, rather, the fast that I choose: releasing those bound unjustly, untying the thongs of the yoke; setting free the oppressed, breaking off every yoke? Is it not sharing your bread with the hungry, bringing the afflicted and the homeless into your house; clothing the naked when you see them, and not turning your back on your own flesh?"
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Over the years, Sisters in our community have accepted ministerial positions outside the ministries that our community formally sponsors. Sisters in these ministries bring their prophetic witness and deep trust in God's providence into the wider world.
Sisters minister with the following nonprofit entities and/or government and social service providers:
While our community exists for mission and apostolic service, some Sisters have part-time or full-time ministerial roles within the community to keep our organization running smoothly and effectively.
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Sister Mary Jane Beatty is a marriage and family therapist at Anchorpoint Counseling, and has worked in the field for more than twenty years.
Sister Charlotte Tolliver is a potter skilled in wheel-thrown and hand-built vessels.
She has been commissioned to do liturgical vessels for churches and retreat centers throughout the country. In Pittsburgh, her pieces can be purchased at Kearns Spirituality Center. Her studio is on the property of Providence Villa.