MEET THE SISTERS

 

SISTER M. CARMELITA

I’m a person who would rather “be the story” then put my story on paper. However, when I was asked to write my vocation story, I jumped to the opportunity because I am anxious to share the happiness that I have found, serving our Lord, in Carmel with others. I am the seventh of thirteen children born to my parents, Leonardo and Christita Torreno. I have eleven brothers; three have died. I also have a sister–my close playmate in our family home...read more

 

 

SISTER ANNE MARIE, CARMEL DCJ

My religious vocation didn’t begin with me. The first hint that God had something special in mind for my family was back in the 1970s. From a respectable Protestant family, my grandmother decided to pursue a degree at a Catholic college. Her studies ended in her conversion, which in turn resulted in the conversion of my grandpa, my mother who was 16 at the time and my aunt. Were it not for that, I doubt I would ever have found the Church on my own, let alone my vocation...read more


Sisters in the Northern Province
Sisters of the Northern Province