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Is God calling you to a vocation in religious life as a sister of Bon Secours?
Can you picture yourself as …
- A woman consecrated to God by vows of poverty, chastity and obedience?
- A compassionate, healing and liberating presence – caring for all of creation?
- One who finds God in relationships – within community, colleagues in ministry, in people served and in the world?
- A woman of deep faith and prayer – anchored in God’s love?
- A sister to all – accompanying the poor and oppressed, the sick and the dying, healing injustices, bringing to all a message of hope and wholeness, and revealing to people a God who loves them?
If you can picture yourself as this woman, then you may want to explore a vocation with Sisters of Bon Secours. If you are a single, Catholic woman between the ages of 18 and 50 with no dependents, becoming a sister is possible.
So, how is God calling you? Who is God calling you to be? What is God calling you to do with your life? How do you know if you’re called to be a sister, a woman religious? We can offer you a place to ponder and understand both God’s call and your heart’s desire within a faith community.
To explore more about a call to the Sisters of Bon Secours and religious life, we invite you to contact one of our vocation directors who can help you to understand your call and also learn more about us. Contact us via email.
Sisters of Bon Secours France
Sr. Jacqueline Rebours
Sisters of Bon Secours Ireland / Great Britain
Sr. Bridget O’Sullivan
Sisters of Bon Secours Peru / Ecuador
Sr. María Apaza Suero
Sisters of Bon Secours USA
Sr. Pat Dowling Click here to visit the US Vocations website
The Sisters of Bon Secours began in Paris, France around the time of the French Revolution caring for the sick and dying in their homes...
For us it was all about bringing people to wholeness and helping them know that there is a God who loves them...
Is God calling you to a vocation in religious life as a vowed Catholic sister? Becoming a sister opens a world full of possibilities...