Whether you have already made the decision to become a sister or would like to learn more, there are a number of ways you can take that next step.
Come See for Yourself
We welcome all interested women to spend time with us to better understand our mission and who we are as sisters. When you visit, you will be living and praying with the sisters in our community and seeing us at our various ministries. We’ll work with you to arrange a time that best suits your schedule.
For more information, contact our New Membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414)466-0810.
Contact a Vocation Director
To learn more about becoming a sister and how you can take those next steps, we encourage you to get in touch with our Vocation Director. From your very first contact, we will work with you to help you discover where God is leading you at this time in your life.
Sister Mary Lee Grady, SDS
Sister Mary Lee is currently a member of the New Membership Team. She is the Candidate Directress and also walks with those women who are in the Affiliate Program prior to becoming Candidates. Sister Mary Lee has been a high school teacher, counselor and administrator. In addition to her work in formation within the Salvatorian community and in the inter-community program, Sister Mary Lee works as an addictions therapist at a local hospital. She believes that formation of the whole person, mentally, spiritually, physically and emotionally, is essential to growth in a person’s relationship with God. In her spare time, Sister Mary Lee loves to sing and belongs to several choral groups. She also loves to swim, read and walk in the quiet of the day.
Bobby Pantuso, SDS
Bobby, a graduate of University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, has a degree and extensive background in Community Engagement and Education. Growing up, his family was active in a Salvatorian parish, helping him clearly understand the mission and vision of the Salvatorians.
Having discerned becoming a Priest or Brother before meeting his wife and starting a family, as a Lay Salvatorian, Bobby is in a unique position to not only share the Salvatorian vision and mission, but to help women considering religious life to better understand what it means to be a Salvatorian.
In addition to his role with the Sisters of the Divine Savior, Bobby also serves as Vocations Director for the Salvatorian Priests and Brothers- The Society of the Divine Savior.
Let’s Get Acquainted
Tell us a little about yourself by completing and submitting the Let’s Get Acquainted Form.