The Joy of These Two Religious Sisters Riding an Elephant Will Absolutely Make Your Day

Sisters of St. Mary, Oregon / Flickr/ ChurchPOP

Have you ever seen a religious sister riding an elephant? I know I haven’t!

Sisters Anne and Clare Vandecoevering, two biological sisters who are part of the Sisters of St. Mary in Oregon, rode an elephant Oregon’s Winston Wildlife Safari in 2007.

Although not pictured, they also have another biological sister who joined the same order–Sister Agnes Marie Vandecoevering. How amazing is it that three women in the same family have a vocation to the same order!

According to an article in Catholic Sentinel, the two sisters agreed that “their lives have never been dull.”

Sisters of St. Mary, Oregon / Flickr

Don’t they look so happy and joyful?

Let us try to remember to model their joy. Maybe we can’t ride an elephant, but we can always spread joy to others.

St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta said, “Joy is prayer; joy is strength: joy is love; joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls. “

[See also: Dominican Sister Who Threw Perfect Curve Ball at White Sox Game Has Sports World Stunned!]

[See also: Bill Murray’s Sister is a Dominican Nun With a Traveling Show of St. Catherine of Siena]

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