Become a Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Who are the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary?
The Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) is an international congregation of Catholic Sisters, Associates and Lay Consecrated who are dedicated to the full development of the human person through education, social justice, contemplation and the arts. Holy Names Sisters work to heal and repair the world by engaging in education, arts and culture, social service, advocacy, social justice and systemic change. Sisters can be found living out their ministries and Gospel pathways through preschools, high schools, universities, parishes, nonprofit organizations, studios, prisons, immigration centers, hospitals and clinics, retirement communities, spirituality and retreat centers.
Listen to Two Sisters' Vocation Stories on A Nun's Life Podcast
In this recording, Sisters Sally Gunn and Cythnia Canning respond to questions from listeners, talk about their call to religious life and exchange insights about faith and ministry with the two hosts of A Nun's Life. The Oct. 21, 2016 episode was part of the "Motherhouse Road Trip" by Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters Julie Vieira and Maxine Kollasch, who interviewed Sisters around the United States as they celebrate 10 years of A Nun's Life Ministry serving the online community.
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