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Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration
Immaculate Heart of Mary Province, Mishawaka, IN

An contemplative-active Franciscan Community following in the footsteps of Jesus who spent His public life praying, teaching, healing and ministering to others through Perpetual Adoration, and works of mercy  in Education, Healthcare and Ecclesial Ministry.
SSFPA.org + Now on Facebook!

Vocation Director: Sister M. Lois, Vocation Director
(574) 259-5427 + srloisdelee@gmail.com

Franciscan Sisters, T.O.R. of Penance of the Sorrowful Mother
Toronto, Ohio

Rooted in Christ Crucified, animated by the Holy Spirit, and modeled after Mary, our Mother these sisters seek to “make known God’s merciful love” by joining Mary at the foot of the cross offering their lives to the poor, chaste, obedient Christ in a life of prayer, penance and works of mercy.
FranciscanSistersTOR.org + Now on Facebook!

Vocation Director: Sr. Della Marie Doyle, T.O.R.
(740) 544-6204 + vocations@torsisters.org + Inquire Here

Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus
Central Province, Kirkwood, Missouri

Impelled by their love for the Divine Heart of Jesus in the spirit and zeal of the Carmelites of old these sisters seek to win all souls for Christ by their contemplative and apostolic works of charity, which primarily consist of providing a “home away from home” for children and elderly in nursing home and child care development centers.

(314) 965-7616 + vocations@carmelitedcj.org

Franciscans of the Eucharist
Chicago, Illinois

This Franciscan community of men and women live a life centered upon their relationship with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. Out of their life of prayer flows their apostolates–service to the poor, Evangelization and teaching. Following in the footsteps of St. Francis they seek to live in a radical, intentional way, with a particular attentiveness to ongoing conversion, Gospel poverty and caring for the poor.

Vocation Director: Fr. Bob Lombardo, C.F.R., Superior
(773)486-8431 + OLAmission@gmail.com

Daughters of Saint Paul
International Community

The Daughters of Saint Paul are women consecrated by God to evangelize the people of today, using every form of communication—including their life, their witness, their prayer, and the media. You may have seen these sisters on Facebook, Twitter, a blog or in one of their Pauline Book & Media Centers.
daughtersofstpaul.com + Now on Facebook!

Vocation Director: Sr. Margaret Michael  
703-549-3806 + vocations@paulinemedia.com

Sisters of Life
New York

The Sisters of Life are a contemplative-active religious community founded  for the protection and enhancement of the sacredness of every human life. Like all religious communities, they take the three traditional vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. They also are consecrated under a special fourth vow to protect and enhance the sacredness of human life.

Vocation Director: Sr. Antoniana Maria, S.V.
718.863.2264 + Inquire Here

Sisters of Saint Francis of the Martyr Saint George
Alton, Illinois

They are called by God to take an active part in rebuilding the Church, which was born from the Heart of the Crucified Christ.Flowing out of His open side, the charism entrusted to this Community is to make the Merciful Love of Christ visible in their service through Healthcare, Education, Care for Retired Priests, Care for Bishops’ Households, Child Care, Mission in Brazil and Service to their Own Sisters
altonfranciscans.org + Franciscan Way Blog

Vocation Director: Sister M. Consolata, FSGM
(618) 463-2757 + vocations@altonfranciscans.org + Inquire Here

Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist
Ann Arbor, Michigan

This community was founded in the Dominican tradition to spread the witness of religious life in accord with Pope John Paul II’s vision for a new evangelization. As Dominicans their primary apostolate is the education and formation of young people. They seek always to remain open to engaging the modern culture with new forms of evangelization in order to preach the Gospel and teach the Truth. You may have seen these sisters on Oprah, twice!
sistersofmary.org + Now on Facebook!

(734)994-7437 + vocations@sistersofmary.org

Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia
Nashville, Tennessee

These sisters have lived the motto of the Dominican Order, “to contemplate and to give to others the fruits of our contemplation,” by giving the fruits of our contemplation in the apostolate of Catholic education over the course of the past 150 years. With love for Truth and dedication to the Church, these sisters have brought generations of young people the message of Christ and they continue to do so in response to Bl. JPII’s call for a “new evangelization.”

Vocation Director: Sister Peter Marie, O.P.
St. Cecilia Motherhouse
(615) 256-0147 + vocation@op-tn.org