Sr. Gabrielle Bibeau professed first vows in the Daughters of Mary Immaculate (Marianist Sisters) in May 2017. She received a masters in theology from the University of Dayton in 2019 and is currently a research and program assistant at the North American Center for Marianist Studies where she teaches about and researches Marianist history and the charism, as well as co-producing the podcast Sharing Our Marianist Stories.

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Dancing with the Trinity

Horizons - The communion of the Godhead is not a closed circle, for the dance of the Trinity comes with an open invitation: a call to share in God's life, to share in this ecstatic dance.

Glorified and wounded: Thomas' encounter with Jesus and gratitude for our bodies

Horizons - Jesus gave us the sacraments in recognition that we do have bodies, and we need to be able to encounter God in a sensual way.

A Midwestern sister retreats to the desert

Horizons – Once, preparing for my canonical novitiate year, I did a weeklong retreat in South Texas in August. I received so many blessings. Each Lent since, I visit this "desert" in my imagination when I pray.

'Take the leap, dear'

Horizons - I have known so many holy people. This time of year, when the veil between the living and the dead becomes even thinner, I can feel their prayers for my vocation, their pushes of encouragement in my journey.