I was born in Namyangju, Kyunggido in South Korea. My family was Buddhist. When I was 13 years old, my grandmother passed away. At that time I knew my grandmother’s baptismal name was Anna and that she was Catholic.While I attended the funeral Mass, something moved inside my heart. After that I went to Catholic church by myself and was baptized when I was 14 years old.
Also I met a friend in my middle school who was a Catholic and wanted to become a nun. She suggested to me ‘Let’s become a nun together.’ So we developed our dream together. But now she is married. After that I met another friend in my church, and she became a Good Shepherd Sister before me. When I was in my early thirties, she invited me to join our congregation. My family also became Catholic after I professed my first vows.
I am responsible for vocation promotion. In all that I do, I'm trying to be aware how to live an holistic approach in daily life.
My biggest challenge is myself. I am a free and idealistic person, but this formation ministry has challenged me to be more realistic. Now I am a member of the Formation Team for Asia Pacific.
I can’t see clearly what is God’s plan in my life but I trust that I will discover how much God has prepared good things for me. I just can say ‘Here I am Lord’.
Asia Pacific Formation Team met to finalize the programme “Transformational Leadership for Mission Now and into the Future” for local leaders and potential future leaders
In response to the Congregational Directive, the Asia Pacific Circle organized a dialogue to develop clear strategic plans integrating Spirituality, Justice and Peace with best ministry practices
Golden Jubilee celebrations in South Korea include a monthly retreat for the sisters, production of Good Shepherd resources, a Walking Pilgrimage and a Mass
Historic first Formation and Partnership Session in Asia Pacific creates a distinct shift in the understanding of Partnership for Mission
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region