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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Angela's charism lasted four centuries: It will continue!

From a Nun's Life podcasts - The Ursuline Sisters of Louisville, Kentucky, talk with the students of Sacred Heart Academy about how values affect all of a person's life.

An unexpected decision in the search for something more

From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, Notre Dame Sr. Jenny Zimmerman talks about how career questioning led to the unexpected choice to join religious life.

How can sports like running be a way to pray?

From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, Franciscan Sr. Eileen Ripsin discusses being in contemplation all day — including when she's running, out in the wonder of creation.

How can I discern God's call when I have conflicting feelings?

From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, sisters field questions from a listener who is wrestling with conflicting feelings about religious life; they offer him a way forward, and also discuss whether God communicates to us in dreams.