Mother Sarah has been a Franciscan Sister for twenty years; she was formed by the Servant of God, Fr. John Hardon, SJ for religious life and blessed to be shaped by a number of holy men and women from a variety of charisms. Mother Sarah is a practicing chiropractor. She is highly trained in inner healing prayer and also, in spiritual direction. She served on the national catechetical body of a large church and was the founding director of Mary's Home Homeless Shelter. Mother is a hard worker, always striving to make a lovely home for her Sisters and to facilitate the various ministries of the institute.
Sr. Claire Marie spent twenty years doing international formation of religious for another community. She has served in Rome, Italy, the Philippines, and Canada. Her bright, bubbly personality brings joy to all she meets. She has worked in catechesis and joined our community to be part of something good to the lost. Her heart is to bring the tender love of God to all people. She is presently running feeding ministry.
Asl Gizem just finished her first two years of college (what in USA is 11th and 12th grade) specializing in pre-medical studies. She seeks to pursue work in a health care field and will study from the motherhouse in USA. Asl is the daughter of one of our lay catechists and has helped her father in pastoral visiting in the home and the church choir.
Moreen is a cosmetologist who has been cutting hair for several years. She was raised in Uganda and has been active in our church for several years in a variety of ministries. While her school is closed, she is working online to complete her GED.
Monica is a second vocation vocation, having been widowed and raised her child in Kenya.
Catherine holds a bachelor's degree in economics with education from the Institute of Agriculture, , Technology, and Education of Kibungo. She is a farmer and has also worked as a bank branch manager. Catherine is volunteering with a nutrition center and in child care at an orphanage.