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Circle Of Care  

WAS A COLLEGE STUDENT when I first started working at CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa. The sisters were all very supportive of me, and one sister in particular made it her duty to take care of me. In the evenings, she would bring me food from the convent to make sure I had a good meal. Once I mentioned that I was moving out of the dorms to an apartment and that I didn’t have any furniture. A few days later there was a knock at my door. A maintenance man from our facility was standing there with a bed from the convent that the sisters were not using, courtesy of the sister who always took care of me. Time after time, this sister went out of her way to help me.

PullquoteIt was a few years later, after the sister had moved to another state, that she gave me insight to her reasons for helping me. When she was a college student, she completed an internship at St. Mary’s Hospital in Galveston. While there, another sister took an interest in her and helped her as she finished her schooling. It was through this interaction that she decided to become a sister herself.

I will always be grateful for the caring, love and support she and the other sisters gave and continue to give to my family and me.

Ginger Moulton
CHRISTUS St. Joseph Villa
Salt Lake City, Utah