February 2, 2016 by Sarah Jenkins
25 Responses to “The Women Who Are the Sisters”
My daughter, who is a Doctor Of Physical Therapy, met the Sister who serves those hospitalized in Silver City, New Mexico, where she was employed. I believe she told me her name is Sister Christine. My daughter has taken a position in Kentucky. She told me Sister Christine was always there for the patients.
Simply beautiful. I don’t know how I received this today, but thank you. Amazing women. My love of reading, writing, and music come from the years I spent at the Motherhouse. God is smiling on all of you.
I watched again today, and shed a tear for all the “Women Who Are The Sisters.” It was a tear brought on by both joy and sadness. My heart is filled with great joy when I consider all the wonderful things you have done for the people, the church, the world, and the universe. My heart is saddened by the pain you have endured to answer the call to your God. I know you are a people of hope, and I have certain faith that God will see you through to the end. I believe you will stand before the maker, and the maker will say, “Well done, my good and faithful servant.” Thank you.
This video is a great way to remind each of us of who we are and how we are able to be with our dear neighbors. A great visual refresher which merits dusting off and sharing.
Wonderful Video! So good to see the happiness in the Sisters faces.
Thank you for a video that shows the good works that you perform every day. I Stand with the Sisters!
From those of us who know, “The Women Who Are The Sisters,” thank you for such an inspiring slideshow. Pictures and music can speak to the heart what mere words cannot always say. Thank you for sharing your creativity. It is beautiful!
Love to watch this and see all of you….beautiful women who give of yourselves daily. I especially like the photo of Sister Lucille Hermann…Rest in peace, dear Sister! Thank you for being a part of my life … a true blessing always!
The video is awesome, so fitting for an awesome bunch of women. I’m so blessed to be in Concordia, so blessed to be getting to know so many of the CSJ’s, so blessed to be able to call so many of you sisters in Christ!
Thanks Sarah, beautiful work, and thank you Sisters for all you do!
WOW! This says it all. Enjoyed it.
I just ran into this video again, and I delighted in watching it! It captures the spirit and zeal of the women who are CSJ’s of Concordia. Thank you, Sarah! I like the music, too! It fits the pace of life today! I watched with a “contemplative smile.”
Super job, Sarah! I smiled as I watched that beautiful video!
This is a great video! It is nice “seeing” all of you. You are such amazing women…keep up the good work!
I love it, Sarah! It is beautiful and so well done. Thank you for using your talents for all.
I like this very much! Thanks so much, Sarah!
So very well done. Great pictures and music & the pace is excellent!
sarah your a treasure..the joy and spirit of the sisters shows
in their faces.
video is really wonderful. our spirit, joy and work is well demonstrated.
thank you sarah you are truly a gift.
This video is just great and probably the best, yet. It truly shows our great diversity as individuals and in our work with and for the “Dear Neighbor.” The music selection really brought energy to it – and to me. Thanks for all you do.
Thanks Sarah for the beautiful stories you tell in pictures and song! Someone asked me recently where our professional website creator comes from….he checks our web nearly everyday!
Always so well timed and timely!! You are great!
Amazing! You have captured us without words.
thank you so much…and lets get it out any way we can.
Sarah, you do such great jobs for us. You are a great person.
Sarah, Great job!
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