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Sister Ruth Ann Receives Archbishop's Annual Vatican II Award

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Sister Ruth Ann Receives Archbishop's Annual Vatican II Award

2017 Leadership Installation, with Archbishop Jerome Listecki

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2017 CSA Leadership Installation

2017 Beautification Award

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2017 Beautification Award

George Becker Business Spirit Award

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Sisters’ Blogs

  • Adelante Mujer

    Adelante Mujer

    As women religious, we freely choose to profess our commitment publicly through vows of poverty, celibate chastity, and obedience. Our life in community supports both our spiritual life and ministry. "We envision community to be a sign of the presence of Christ among us and a source of great apostolic power."(CSA Constitutions)

    We are committed to mi ... read more

  • CSA Sisters' Story

    SisterStory

    SisterStory was a national campaign from 2014-2017 to broaden the awareness of Catholic sisters. Vowed women religious were paired with university students to have their personal histories recorded. CSA partnered with students from Marian University in Fond du Lac for this project. As a result, 16 sisters now have their oral histories documented for years to come. 

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  • Sister Ruth Battaglia, CSA Justice Coordinator

    Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation

    The Office Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) advances the mission of Jesus as proclaimed in the Gospel in accord with Catholic Social Teaching.  Inspired by the Holy Spirit, the Sisters of St. Agnes, their Associates and co-workers expand relationships in order to transform unjust environmental, social, economic and political systems. Issues of partic ... read more

  • Sister Jean

    Streams 'N Stirrings

    Streams 'N Stirrings .  .  .

    A blog by Sister Jean

CSA Statement of Mission

We, the Sisters of St. Agnes, participate in the mission of Christ by joyful service in the Church, always aware that we, too, are among the needy and are enriched by those we serve.