Sister Anne Lazar

So, you want to know something about me? Well, let’s see. I was taught by the Benedictine Sisters at St. Boniface School. From the time I was in the 5th grade I wanted to be a Sister. My family was and is supportive. As a senior in high school, I was a postulant and in July, after graduation, I received the habit and the name Sister Anne.  I love my name and my patron!

I wanted only to be a Sister; I had no intention of being a teacher. But at that time, being a Benedictine Sister pretty much meant being a teacher and that’s what I was trained for. I must have been pretty slow in school though because after teacher training I spent almost 30 years in 1st grade!

Currently, I am serving in a variety of ministries at our monastery.  I like to help out in the craft room by cutting out material for various projects.  I volunteer for work with the Office of Community Advancement.  Often you will find me welcoming people who come to the door. I am delighted with my life of prayer in this Benedictine Community.



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