For Sister Ann Caron, teaching is an integral part of her vocation and ministry. Ever since she can remember, she has felt drawn to theology and worship, and her position at University of Saint Joseph allows her to apply her religious vigor to her vocation.
Sister Ann advises students to savor the experience they have at the University. She implores them to "Read, ask questions, travel, pursue ideas, seek meaning, connections and foster relationships."
Sister Ann's work has appeared in various books and periodicals, including the Cistercians Studies Quarterly, American Benedictine Review, MAST and in the book Time and Eternity: The Medieval Discourse, Vol. 10.
Ph.D., Drew University
M.A., University of Notre Dame
M.S., Fordham University
A.B.T., Trinity College, Washington, D.C.
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