A Chicago native, Sister Eunice Cudzewicz entered the Medical Mission Sisters in 1962. She earned a B.A. Degree in Biology from the College of Notre Dame and went on to serve as a project director and team member for Management Design Inc., while remaining active in communications and formation work for our Community.
In 1974, Sister Eunice moved to Savannah, Georgia, to become a public health worker. After earning a nursing degree from Armstrong State College, she spent seven years as a staff nurse for a primary health care clinic in rural Lumpkin, Georgia, leaving temporarily to help in the refugee camps in Thailand during the Cambodian refugee crisis. From 1985 to 1994, she was the Membership Promotion Coordinator at our North American Headquarters in Philadelphia and she now serves as our Society Communications Coordinator. A gifted artist and musician, she participated in the redesign of our Chapel and is active in liturgy preparation and liturgical dance.
Sister shares: “…let us be bold dreamers and dream a world filled with compassion, dream an end to violence and war, dream our Earth renewed and cherished. Let us love with the love that believes all things, hopes all things, and endures all things. Let us be filled with the very power of God to be a healing presence in the heart of our wounded world.”