|SR. HEATHER LUKOSE|
Sr. Heather thought of religious life in her teenage years but decided to ignore the attraction at the time. In the course of her professional life, she enjoyed interacting with people and learned more about human suffering, giving her an insight about life. Sister attended a discernment weekend at Saint Teresa’s Motherhouse in 2010 and then pursued the road to the religious life in our Congregation.
|SR. CATHIE HINKLE|
When Sr. Cathie was asked what drew her to Carmel and the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm in particular, she wrote: “Carmel is a life of contemplation in action, love for Our Lady and a strong Eucharistic prayer life. I was drawn to working with the elderly with respect, conscientiousness, and joy. The Sisters wear a traditional habit and the Community has an acceptance of older vocations.”