Sister Catherine: “We Were Kids of the Sixties”

Sister Catherine: “We Were Kids of the Sixties”

When did you know you had a vocation? I remember being at Seaside Park. I was sitting on the shore knowing that I was going to be a senior in high school, and I just said, “I am going to be a nun.” That’s it. I wanted to be like those women who were happy and smart,...
You Can’t HAVE Faith

You Can’t HAVE Faith

What is a joyful part of being a sister? There is a fulfillment in your life. You aspire to something, and you finally reach it. So you’re happy. It’s an inborn happiness. When you make your vows, it is an accomplishment. You do it with God, but God is not physical....
A Lifelong Vocation

A Lifelong Vocation

How did you know you had a vocation? Growing up, I always wanted to be a Sister. And if anybody says, “How come?” I can’t say how come. It was just something that I felt. But I never really thought it would materialize. When did you enter the convent? I wanted to...