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Sister Stephanie Sinkewicz

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I walked this path for my own growth; then it became a significant ministry to offer to others.
The most significant experiences I have lived in my 60 years as a Sister of St. Joseph were the 20 years of involvement in PRH (Personality and Human Relations). These sessions, known as Rochais Sessions, are designed to help persons to discover progressively who they are, to actualize their aspirations and the unfolding of their potentialities, harmonizing with their spiritual journey.
 
I walked this path for my own growth; then it became a significant ministry to offer to others.
 
From our CSJ Constitutions we read, '...we live in community, and we devote ourselves to forms of ministry through which others may come to a greater fullness of their humanity and to communion with others and with God.' (Art. 6) and, ' Our founder, sums up in a prayer of dedication to the Trinity the spirituality to which we are called: to live as children of a loving Father and by embracing his will to become all that he has created us to be...' (Art 7).
 
It is with deep gratitude to God and to my community that I look back on these PRH experiences which helped me on my journey of becoming a Sister of St. Joseph.

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