From Left to Right: Kristen, Nicolette, Lindsey
There are currently three women in our community. Each woman has a specific role in community and responsibilities to serve community in their own ways. We are the three foundresses, listening to God’s call in service of His Church.
Nicolette was born and raised in New Hampshire. As an only child, she is very grateful to her parents for providing her with such a strong Catholic upbringing, both at home and through a Catholic Education. She has always felt that her heart belonged solely to her Lord, which made religious life a deep longing for her at a young age. Nicolette graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville with a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and Catechetics. Nicolette enjoys nature, animals, spiritual reading, making rosaries, playing games, cooking, swimming, time with family and friends, and spending time in nature (especially by water). Nicolette has a special devotion to St. John Paul II, St. Michael the Archangel, and St. Anthony of Padua.
Kristen was raised here in Buffalo, New York, in loving Catholic family. Her parents have always been open to religious life and exposed her to it at a young age; something Kristen is truly grateful for. She and her older sister both attended public and private school and then were homeschooled through high school. She attended Franciscan University of Steubenville where she graduated with a degree in Theology and Catechetics. While always feeling the call to religious life, she did not start actively discerning until after college. She is very excited by the call of the New Evangelization and to see how the Lord will continue to shape this community that He has called her to help form. She works as the Secretary at her local Cathedral. Kristen enjoys reading, cooking, bike rides, and time with her family. She especially enjoys spending time with her nieces and nephew! She has a great devotion to Divine Mercy and the Blessed Mother.
Lindsey was born and raised in Georgia. She comes from a strong, faith-filled, and tight knit family. Along with her three brothers, she attended public school for the first few years of her education and then transferred to a Baptist private school. She remained there until she graduated high school. Lindsey graduated from the University of West Georgia with a degree in Sport Management and a minor in Business Administration. After her time at West Georgia she became more involved with the youth program at her home parish and began to discern her vocation. It was during this time that Lindsey began to dive more into Church teaching, learning what she could and taking her faith to a new and deeper level. She currently works at a private high school in the Catholic tradition as the office manager and PE instructor. Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, adventure, playing sports, ministering to the people of God, and spending time with her family. She has a devotion to Blessed Mother Teresa, St. Joseph, and John Paul II.