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Orders of Women Religious

Religious Men and Women


The Office of Episcopal Delegate for Religious is excited to start a new initiative in support of its Women Religious. The goal of this initiative is to continue promoting the importance of vocations and to educate the community as to what orders we currently have in our Diocese. Every month we will post new videos. We encourage you to pray for these women.

Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist

Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord

May 15, 2021, Jubilee

Claretian Missionary Sisters -RMI

Little Sisters of the Immaculate Conception

Catholic Sisters Week 2021

Catholic Sisters Week (March 8-14) shined a light on the spirituality, mission, and community building of women religious. This year's theme was "Celebrating Traditions, Changing the World".

On this week, we shined the spotlight on women religious and invited all who follow Jesus to thank these women for the generous service to the church and encouraged young women to consider a vocation to religious life.

The Diocese of Palm Beach has 20 congregation of religious women actively serving in parishes, nursing homes, the seminary, catholic schools, immigration legal services, medical field, monastic prayer, etc.

We invited Fr. Daniel Daza-Jaller, Director of Vocations & Seminarians for the Diocese of Palm Beach, to coordinate a panel with some sisters from within and without the diocese to share with us what it means to be a catholic sister in the church of the 21st century.

The School Sisters of Notre Dame

The Poor Clare Nuns