Sally Harper, CSJ
Sally Harper, CSJ has been a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet for 55 years. She served as a teacher of religion, speech and drama in high schools in Chicago and St. Louis before going to Peru in 1977. There, she taught religion and was a pastoral agent in parishes in both the coastal and mountain regions of Peru, taught theology and served in leadership in our Peru Vice Province.
Cuando vivía en el Perú, una de las cosas que más admiro en el pueblo peruano es su don de compasión y solidaridad. Encontré que esto es especialmente cierto entre personas con recursos materiales limitados.
When I lived in Peru, one of the things that I most admired about the Peruvian people are their gifts of compassion and solidarity. I found this to be especially true among people who have limited material resources.
Mientras la Iglesia se prepara para la próxima etapa del Sínodo, te invitamos a rezar con nosotros una novena femenina, cada mes durante nueve meses, por una Iglesia más inclusiva.
Our founder, Father Jean Pierre Médaille, SJ said in the 1600s, “All are called to enter more profoundly into their vocation, even if their ways of living it are different.” Now in the 21st century, the people called together by our charism continue to find new ways to live their vocations.