Contact

Sr. Clara García, mc
Vocation Contact
1019 N Newhope St
Santa Ana, CA 92703-1534

714-554-8850
claragarciamc@gmail.com
1951
Year Founded
705
Members
18-30
Age Range
Rome, Italy
Generalate

Dioceses

Los Angeles, CA Orange in California Springfield-Cape Girardeau, MO

Mission

The Congregation of Poor Clare Missionary Sisters (Misioneras Clarisas) was founded in Cuernavaca, Mexico in 1945 by Blessed Mother Maria Inés Teresa of the Blessed Sacrament. The Pontifical approval was granted in 1951. The spirit of the Congregation is Eucharistic, Marian, priestly, and missionary, having as its basis adherence to the divine will, fountain of all joy, and as its center Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament - its guide, love and strength. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of the Congregation. You may reach the two convents in Los Angeles by calling 310-233-9942 or 818-365-8307.

Qualifications

Single Catholic laywoman in good physical health with the desire to consecrate her life to God in Christian or non-Christian countries.

Formation

Postulancy lasts from six months to three years. Novitiate lasts two to two and a half years, then the profession for three years, followed by another three years before the final vows.

Province

Santa Ana, CA (Regional house)

International

15 countries

Belated Vocations

Exceptions are made.

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