A vocation in the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Spirit and Mary Immaculate is a call to follow Jesus as he was led by the Spirit in total trust and abandonment giving himself in compassion for the poor. We welcome women who believe they are called to our way of life and ministry. Together, we help each other to be formed in the Holy Spirit and to remain faithful throughout our lives to Christ's Spirit of Love.
A woman who desires to become a Sister of the Holy Spirit and Mary Immaculate prepares for consecrated life and full membership by completing guided stages of formation in times of pre-novitiate, novitiate and temporary profession. We welcome women who have completed high-school or GED, professional women, and women who are considering a career change.
Everyone has a special calling or vocation in life.
What is your special calling or vocation? What are some of the ways you live out your vocation?
The Sisters of the Holy Spirit and Mary Immaculate welcomed two new novices this fall, Angela Cashela and Ruth Solochi at the Moya O Kenile convent in Mongu, Zambia.
The two young women will explore their vocations in intense prayer and discernment, studying the mission and history of the Congregation, the religious vows and other aspects of religious life.
Convent in Mongu, Zambia