Sr. Gabrielle Bibeau professed first vows in the Daughters of Mary Immaculate (Marianist Sisters) in May 2017. She is currently getting a graduate degree in theology at the University of Dayton and has a graduate assistantship position at the North American Center of Marianist Studies in Dayton, Ohio.
Amid pestilence and violence, racism and injustice, poverty and disease, God still calls. The history of our church is filled with people who responded yes to God's call in the most terrible circumstances.
Horizons - Without having our days filled with bustle and activity, we are being confronted with the same question posed by the novitiate in religious life: Who am I apart from what I do?
Horizons - When I finally saw the new "Little Women" movie on New Year’s Day with the rest of my community, I was expecting to like it; I was not, however, expecting to be so moved by it.
When I professed vows as a Marianist Sister this past May, I joined a community of not just my own sisters (roughly 350 globally) but an entire, worldwide, Marianist community of roughly one thousand Marianist Brothers and thousands more of committed Marianist laypeople.