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My final vow was a lifelong commitment to God. Therefore, I have accepted and taken up a challenge to work and serve in a conflict area like Gaza to help make a difference in the lives of the children and to their community no matter the burdens. But the sisters cannot succeed without the help of our lay helpers and employees — true collaborators who, despite the ups and downs, have never failed us.

As for Sister Martina, Sister Bertilla and I: We are sisters in every sense, and our fates meet daily in the worship of the sacred. It’s true we are engaged with the world and could disagree on earthly matters, but we are united forever by the trust, love and consecration of the Immaculate Hearts of Jesus and Mary through the virtue and holy soul of the Holy Father. Our hearts remain indissolubly united with his.

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