Join Sister Josephine Garrett on Tuesday evening, June 9, from 7-8pm as she facilitates a dialogue about our own processing of racism and violence, providing compassionate listening for others, and modeling a Christian response of justice for young people.
This event will be held on Zoom. Upon registration, you will receive information to join the Zoom call.
Sister Josephine Garrett’s Bio: She is a Sister of the Holy Family of Nazareth, who loves sharing in the mission of the Sisters to spread God’s love throughout the world. She is grateful for her family who introduced her to God early in life in the Baptist church, grateful for her call to the Catholic Church and later the call to serve the family of God as a Catholic Sister. Her favorite thing is community life with her Sisters, because she firmly believes they are preparing her for heaven with their love and care. Before becoming a Sister, she worked as a Vice President for a bank, and now serves as a counselor in Tyler,TX. Counseling ministry includes serving as the school counselor at the cathedral grade school in the diocese of Tyler, and also in a local private practice where Sister specializes in trauma treatment. Sister also speaks at youth and young adult retreats locally and nationally, loves the youth of the Catholic Church, and is passionate about giving witness to God’s love and fidelity in her own journey of faith.