Sisters of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Castleton, New York (Provincial House)

“Come and See” visits are available to single Catholic women, ages 18-45, who are seeking God’s will in their lives.  These visits give participants an experience of living with the Sisters of the Resurrection, including time for Liturgy, community prayer, personal prayer, and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

Visits are set up on an individual basis.  Please contact the Vocation Director if you would like to learn more about the Sisters of the Resurrection.


Sister Teresa Grace, C.R.
Vocation Director
500 West Hartsdale Avenue
Hartsdale, NY  10530
Days:  914-761-3300 ext. 221
Evenings/Weekends:  914-949-4460

Cell Phone: 812-618-8253
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