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 and connection with prospective candidates, and I am also a community leader. 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’.
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
Caroline Price and Jane Ng represented Asia Pacific in a Congregational Spirituality meeting in Angers France in May 2014