What do you imagine when you think about Sisters?
What is religious life all about?
Find out by spending time on our site journeying with some amazing religious women while exploring resources to help you discover your own calling in life.

"COME AND SEE" VOCATION WEEKEND (JULY 14-16)

Join us for a weekend when single Catholic women come together to learn more about religious life from the women who live it! You will meet and talk with Sisters of Bon Secours in a relaxed environment. You will be surprised at how much you will get to know about religious life and how much you will enjoy being with the sisters. Learn More / Register

PROJECT GOOD HELP: Volunteer Service Program (JULY 20-24)

We invite Catholic Women ages 19-38 with a willingness to serve those in need, to join us for an exciting weekend of volunteering and faith sharing with the Sisters of Bon Secours in Baltimore. Learn More / Register

Welcome to Sisters of Bon Secours

Hello, I am Sister Rose Marie Jasinski, leader of our Congregation in the United States. I am delighted you came to visit our website and have prepared a short video introducing you to the site components. Enjoy!

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An Invitation

There are so many opportunities for women today! When it comes to choosing a career, owning a home, having a family, and the opportunity to be financially independent, women can do just about anything they put their minds to. Interestingly though, in a world where "you can be anything you want", religious life is often not talked about as an option. So, why be a sister?
  • Mar 15, 2017 — News & Views

    Vatican Radio – March 15, 2017 Pope: ‘a culture of mercy renews hearts and opens up to a new reality’ Pope Francis has sent a message of encouragement and thanks to members of the International Association for Charity (AIC) as … Continue reading

  • May 1, 2017 — Sisters Blog

    John and Mary Beth Keenan We have had quite the three weeks since our last email! We will do our best to describe these past weeks for you, but we know that more time for processing our experiences will give … Continue reading