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Reflections on Religious Life
By Megan Moore, Communications intern

Romina Sapinoso is an Affiliate with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. For 13 years, Romina has worked in both public and parochial schools in a variety of different departments including teaching, counseling, inclusion, designing curriculum, and designing continuing education for teachers and parents, first in Manila, Philippines, then in El Paso, Texas. As an Affiliate Romina is living in community at Casa Caridad in Anthony, New Mexico. The following is her heartfelt response:

“In both our life in community and our ministry to those around us, religious life can reflect God’s mercy and compassion in our world. Religious women, especially, have always been a strong presence on the margins. Sisters are found in the places where the needs are greatest and the workers are fewest. In the ministries of women religious who walked the journey before and with me, I have seen the openness to a ministry of accompaniment, one important way that the goodness and compassion of God is made present in our world. While living in community, we allow each other the space and encouragement to be who God created us to be through our presence to each other and our loving acceptance of one another’s gifts and challenges.”