Though each person's spiritual journey is different, there is a special set of steps that each candidate for the Sisterhood will take.

  • Contact the Sisters
  • Become acquainted with the Sisters
  • Live-in experiences with the Sisters
  • Become a Candidate
  • Period of Formation
  • Temporary and Final Profession

Being a Sister is a challenging heart-response to the invitation of Jesus, “Come follow me.” Throughout our lives we strive to deepen our personal relationship with Jesus and continue his mission of love and hope for others. We desire to be a sign of the Gospel, witnessing to the possibility of a world in which boundaries do not keep us from a life of unity and community.

To learn more about becoming a Sister, please contact us.

Congratulations to Sr. Esperance

Congratulations to Sr. Esperance

Sr. Esperance made her perpetual vows at Kiruhura (Rwanda) on August 12, 2017. She lived in Texas for a year and studied in the Intensive English department at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth.

Sr. Lola Ulupano

Congratulations to Sr. Lola for a job well done at Our Lady of Victory Elementary School. Clockwise from left: Sr. Lola with Bishop Olson and pre-K at Mass in OLV gym, Sr. Lola and pre-K celebrate the Polar Express, Sr. Lola with second graders at OLV Elementary, Sr. Lola reading to the pre-K class.

Congratulations Sr. Lola

Sister Lola Ulupano pronounces her first vows in her home parish, St. Michael’s Church, in Bedford Texas with the Sisters of St. Mary, her family, friends and Tongan Community.