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Our sisters at Mitchelstown, Ireland, granted an interview to Radio Maria Ireland in Dublin on February 6, 2019. They spoke about the Home of the Mother and our missions in the Church, but they spoke most of all about Sr. Clare Crockett, surely the most famous Irish nun in the world.

Sr. Eva Luz

Sr. Eva Luz González I know that Sr. Clare has already begun her mission here on earth, especially by reminding each consecrated soul that God alone suffices, and that we must dedicate ourselves to Him with all of the strength of our heart.

Carolina with Friends

Carolina Aveiga:  I often feel sorry for myself and that I have to learn from Sr. Clare.

Sister Clare

Coming back from the first Rosary at Dawn, we had adoration. I read a sentence that helps me every day when I get up. It said, “Ad majora natus sum,” which literally translates to “I was born for greater things.”

10 minutos con Jesús

Fr. José Manuel Antuña dedicated his audio of 10 Minutes with Jesus on February 23, 2019, to Sr. Clare.

Valeria on the back cover of HM Zoom+

Valeria Intriago would have turned 19 today, May 14, 2019. Perhaps she would have already been living in Spain in preparation to enter the novitiate with the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother, as she dreamed.

Marjorie González

Marjorie González Jirón:  Sr. Clare's testimony made me remember from where God had rescued me and that I am here for a big mission. Her death saved my life.

Extraordinary Missionary Month

The Congregation Propaganda Fide and the Pontifical Mission Societies have included Sr. Clare Crockett on the Extraordinary Missionary Month's website.

Carolina Aveiga with a group of friends

Carolina Aveiga:  The root of the problem was a girl in Sr. Clare's class. Sr. Clare knew her very well and understood me. While the teams were having their meeting, Sr. Clare came to the place where we were gathered and began speaking jokingly yet seriously, saying, “Did you all know that I'm a superhero?"

Mally López

Mally López:  Here is a drawing I did of the “Famous Nun.” The background of the scene is Our Lady's cloak.

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