Sr. Desiré Findlay | Beyond the Habit
When Sister Desiré Anne-Marie Findlay was considering joining the Felician Sisters, she prayed that she wouldn’t have to give up her passion for dance. Here, she talks about how she’s changed through her formation with the sisters: how she’s come to let her natural curls fly free and how her dance has become part of her vocation—and her prayer.
Learn more about Sister Desiré’s order: https://www.feliciansistersna.org/who-we-are/
Read Sister Desiré’s blog here: https://sistalogue.blogspot.com/
This video is part of Beyond the Habit, a new series focused on telling the stories of women religious in the United States of America. Beyond the Habit is a co-production of America Media and CARA, the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate. It is based on research by Patricia Wittberg and Thomas Gaunt, S.J., in “Pathways to Religious Life,” edited by Thomas Gaunt, S.J.
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