Has a Religious Sister Ever Blessed Your Life? The Register Wants to Hear From You!

Here is a way to bring the light of Christ to a dark situation.

Two Missionaries of Charity walk with a child in Chunakhali, West Bengal, India
Two Missionaries of Charity walk with a child in Chunakhali, West Bengal, India (photo: Zvonimir Atletic / Shutterstock)

You already know the story of the group the Los Angeles Dodgers are planning to honor on June 16 (the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus).

To counter the Dodgers’ contemptuous gesture, the Register would like to hear from you, our readers, about how a religious sister has affected your life in a positive way. A way that has influenced you to become a better person. A way that has helped you overcome a difficult situation. A way that has changed your life.

Please share your personal story in the comments section below, or email us [email protected]. (If you email, please include your name, city and phone number to have your contribution considered for possible publication.) Your testimony can surely inspire others to see the good side of so many wonderful sisters who have dedicated their lives to making the lives of others better.

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