Sister Elizabeth, Class of 2006, serves as Emergency Room nurse at Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill, PA. She is now a Nurse Practitioner.
Sister Adelina, Class of 2006, has received her Master’s degree from Alverno College with two majors in Organizational Development & Instructional Design. Back in her home country of Tanzania, she is pursuing a second Master’s Degree.
Sister Emmanuel, Class of 2007, teaches 2 British Literature classes and 2 American Literature classes at a college in Vietnam. At the Motherhouse, she has 6 classes for the Sisters, including speaking, reading, writing, and grammar classes. Besides teaching, she serves as the assistant directress at the Formation House and the 4th councilor for her Congregation.
Sister Maria Angeline, class of 2009, is the first teacher at the newly established Nativity Miguel Scranton School, serving the children of the area.
Sister Theresa, Class of 2008, was named Headmistress of Nkhamenya Girls Secondary School in Malawi and also teaches biology there. She remarks that one of the challenges is a lack of materials for teaching, e.g. having only one microscope for the whole school.
Sister Teresa and Sister Maria, both from the Class of 2008, assist the postulants and novices in their community in Vietnam. Here, Sister Teresa is teaching liturgy for the postulants.
Sister Jacinta, Class of 2008, is the principal at St. Daniel Comboni Catechists and Teachers Training Institute in the Nuba Mountains, Sudan. Here, Sister forms future teachers and encourages girls to be educated.
Sister Anna, Class of 2010, serves as director of vocations for her community in Vietnam. She is currently preparing 60 young women to become Sisters who will educate and provide health services among the marginalized in their country.
Sister Marie Jose, class of 2009, serves as Director of Nursing at Holy Family Convent and Infirmary, Danville, PA.
Sister Yovitha, class of 2010, is now ministering in her community’s orphanage in Tanzania.