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Sr. Anne Flanagan

Boston, MA

Get to Know Sr. Anne Flanagan

Sr. Anne is the firstborn of seven children in a family whose New Orleans roots go back 300 years. Her parents were devoted Catholics, and the Faith was part of the air she breathed. As a teenager, Sr. Anne was looking for a way to combine two great passions—God and media—when a sister in the Pauline Book Center in New Orleans told her, “It’s our mission to put media at the service of the Church.” An answer to her prayer! Sr. Anne entered the Daughters of St. Paul after her freshman year at Loyola University and has served as a religious sister for over 45 years. She is the award-winning author of Come to Me: Living the Nine First Fridays as well as several books for children.

“I love joining my voice with my sisters because it is not simply a communion of music, but a real communion of spirit in prayer. When we sing in concerts, there is an added level of joy because the communion we experience among ourselves gets amplified among all the members of the audience. That is a powerful experience, and we have heard from many people that it has transformed lives.”

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