New Zealand: Life as a Kiwi Nun Past, Present, Future
“God is a loving presence. There are so many little signs and situations that happen. I find myself saying ‘thank you God’. I never feel alone,” Sister Diana says.
Sister Lorraine describes God as a faithful friend. Sister Diana’s favourite words in the Bible are “be not afraid” , which is in the Old and New Testaments in different scenarios often when God is trying to reassure someone.
As far as the future of the church they have devoted their lives to goes, Sister Diana says it is in God’s hands and will likely continue to focus on justice, truth and the wellbeing of people in need.
“There will always be a place for church in society,” Sister Diana says.
Source: The Timaru Herald
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