Date: Tuesday, March 16, 2021Time: 12-1pm EST (Webex)
An annual event, St. John's staff and administrators are invited to spend their lunch hour learning about the life of St. Louise de Marillac. This year's offering, "St. Louise - A Prophet Unaware," will feature Sr. Elizabeth Greim, D.C. and will include discussion with participants. Some prophets are unaware of their calling. They do not recognize their gifts and do not respond fully to the grace of God in their lives. We might number St. Louise de Marillac among these figures. Though with significant talents, her attention was caught up in other matters and focused inwards. When finally ready, she found herself converted by the Gospel and by a mission. She discovered her significant role in the lives of her companions and a summons to serve her marginalized sisters and brothers—a prophet unaware. In our time together at this conference, Sister Elizabeth will invite us to join Louise on part of her life journey and (perhaps) hear the call of the prophet in our own ministries.
Sister Elizabeth Greim grew up in Boston, MA. She received her Masters in Education from Suffolk University.
In 1996 she entered The Daughters of Charity. Her ministries have combined her experience in social services and her skills as an educator through work with men, women and children experiencing homelessness, hunger, illness and other situations of poverty and vulnerability.
She has been on mission in Richmond, VA, Baltimore, MD, Macon, GA, and Little Rock, AK. Sister Elizabeth has finally returned to her roots in the northeast. Her current mission is in Utica, NY where she and her sisters spend their days assisting UNHCR resettled refugees from Myanmar, various African countries, countries of the former Soviet Union, and the Middle East.