Become a Sister
To those women who seek to share our way of life we extend a welcome and provide opportunities to you to discern your call to our congregation.
The Vocation Director will guide you through the initial process of discernment as you consider our congregation. You will be invited to visit with the sisters, to share prayers and meals, and attend community celebrations. During your entire process of formation until you make final vows you will have a sister walking closely with you to guide you and help you in your discernment.
(215) 244-9900, ext. 326
or (561) 914-7473
Catholic Sisters. Nuns. Women Religious.
Whatever you call them, the women of Catholic religious orders are serving people from all walks of life. With selflessness and unwavering commitment, Catholic sisters improve the lives of millions in remarkable and unexpected ways. Catholic sisters are educating children, tending to the sick, advocating for those living on the margins of society, and more. All while living a life in sisterhood dedicated to God.
The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament (SBS) are supporting the Conrad Hilton Foundation’s campaign to increase public awareness and help people to explore why Catholic sisters are beloved, and more relevant than ever. Visit SisterToAll.org for more information.
Tell me more about the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament
If you would like to learn more specifically about the SBS congregation, please contact Sr. Laura Cavanaugh, SBS Vocations Director at SBSvocation1@gmail.com or call (215) 244-9900, ext. 326 or (561) 914-7473.
“We all are called to be lovers not servants of that Eucharistic Lord.” Mother M. Katharine Drexel
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MISSION magazine is on line!
Find out what’s happening. Read! The last three issues of MISSION are available in pdf form for downloading on our Communications page and below.
MISSION LXXIX 2
*Savannah students offered quality Catholic education.
*ABC’s Byron Pitts — Catholic education turned his life around.
*Sr. Kathleen Kajer teaches Ojibwe children in Red Lake, MN, — school once supported by Katharine Drexel.
Total Downloads: 440
MISSION LXXIX 3
Harlem, NYC., and Navajo, NM, — separated by distance and culture, one in Faith.
Sr. Lynn Marie, with a chuckle, shares the story of her vocation.
ASBS Director commits life to Christ and his people through private vows.
Total Downloads: 871
MISSION LXXX 1 : Defying the odds
* Sr. Sandra Smithson’s Charter School welcome’s Nashville’s poor, under-served children.
* Sr. Marianne Poole adjusts from being Harlem principal to assisting in a rural school.
* Rosalia Badhorse, a Northern Cherokee from MT, wins La Salle Business School Award.
* Dr. Norman C. Francis closes 47 year role as Xavier University’s President.
* Carmen Bermudez receives 2015 St. Katharine Drexel Justice Award.
* Most Rev. Ferdinand J. Cheri, OFM is ordained new Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans.
Total Downloads: 440