Love of God and Love of Neighbor Without Distinction. Since the year 1650, these words have inspired thousands of women known as Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJs). In this special 11th edition of In Search of the Divine, we’ll meet Kathy Crowley, CSJ, a clinical social worker at UCLA Medical Center in California; Agnes Foley, CSJ, director of Learning In Style, an educational center for adult immigrants in Minnesota; Diane Zigo, CSJ, Ph.D., a professor at LeMoyne College in New York; Adele O’Sullivan, CSJ, MD, founder of Circle the City, a medical respite center for homeless men and women in Arizona, and Sally Harper, CSJ, directora of the Sisters’ vice province in Peru. These women, and thousands of other CSJs, have dedicated their lives to doing whatever they can do to help their “dear neighbors.” This program, part 1 of 2 parts, is inspired by Pope Francis’ call for a “Year of Consecrated Life.”
The following are brief clips from episode #10 of In Search of the Divine.