My Sister Stories
Feb24

My Sister Stories

At first glance, perhaps one would not make a direct connection between the Hilton Hotel chain and the IHM Sisters. However, it is through such a connection that younger generations continue to bond with women religious, who have lifetimes of stories to tell. In spring 2015, six Immaculata sophomore students were each paired up with an IHM Sister living in Camilla Hall, the retirement home and rehabilitation center for the IHM...

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Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia
Feb15

Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia

When Father Luciano Ciciarelli spoke about working among the poor in Latin America, Katherine Cartagena Orochi ’15 was impressed by his enthusiasm. He was visiting her parish to share about the initiatives he was involved with, and she felt compelled to approach him after his talk. “Have you ever been to Bolivia?” she asked him. She had grown up in El Alto, Bolivia and was working in the U.S. as an au pair. She knew firsthand the...

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New theology instructor Sister Annette Pelletier

Sister Annette Pelletier, IHM, has joined Immaculata University as an instructor in the Theology Department. She is currently teaching an introductory theology class and classes in theological anthropology and ecclesiology. Sister Pelletier earned her Master of Arts in religion and religious education at the Catholic University of America (CUA), and she is currently a doctoral candidate there. Her research interests include...

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