Sr. Maxine Kollasch co-founded A Nun’s Life Ministry, a vibrant online community where Catholic sisters engage with people worldwide around faith, vocation, and finding joy in everyday life. Founded on the Internet in 2006 with Sr. Julie Vieira, the ministry is present at and in many social media. A Nun's Life is a pioneer in the use of Internet technologies and social networking to bring the centuries-old tradition of religious life in areas such as discernment and vocation into conversation with everyday life in the 21st century. Both Vieira and Kollasch are members of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Monroe, Michigan. Kollasch has master’s degrees in theology and in advertising. She has extensive experience in Corporate Communications.

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Gaps in Australia's asylum program for people fleeing oppression

From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, Sr. Rita Malavisi talks about the Asylum Seeker Resource Center in Australia, where she has served as a volunteer for 17 years.

What would nuns watch on Netflix?

From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, a listener in Covid quarantine with her friends ask for nun Netflix suggestions. 

Encounter is real education

From A Nun's Life Ministry podcasts - In Australia, asylum seekers' real stories influenced college students to think outside of the talking points they hear in the news.

Is there ever drama among nuns in a convent?

From A Nun's Life podcasts - A listener wonders if there's ever drama among the nuns in a convent. The short answer is yes, but there are upsides to recognizing each other's imperfections.