The Ministry Office has created an Advisory Committee to help us improve and expand services to RSCJ.
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Reyna developed an appreciation for being a member of a large and welcoming community at a young age. One of six children, she was born and raised by her grandparents and mother in LaBarca, Jalisco, a small town outside of Guadalajara in Mexico.
Gwendolyn Hoeffel was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1942. The daughter of a pediatrician and a nurse, she attended a Catholic high school and college. After graduation, in 1964, she came to Japan as a volunteer missionary. She entered the Society of the Sacred Heart and eventually took her vows as a nun — a decision she had originally made, she says, at the age of fifteen.
This article, by Sr. Fran de la Chapelle, RSCJ, originally appeared in "Heart" Magazine.