Visitation is the nerve center for the Sisters of Life’s material, emotional and spiritual outreach to pregnant women in crisis. The sisters help more than 900 women at the former convent each year, said Sister Magdalene, the congregation’s local superior.
The serious work of fulfilling the order’s vow to “protect and enhance the sacredness of human life” in all its messy contemporary circumstances is leavened by a joyful attitude nourished through communal prayer throughout the day.
The Sisters of Life is a contemplative and active religious community founded in 1991 by the late Cardinal John J. O’Connor. The original group of eight women has grown to more than 90, and includes 30 postulants and novices in a two-year formation program.
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