Sr Erin is a member of the Congregation of Sisters of St Joseph, and she lives in Detroit, MI. The charism and spirituality of the Sisters of St Joseph is rooted in John’s Gospel, which calls us to “love God and Neighbor without distinction.” Sr Erin currently serves as the University Minister for Service and Social Justice at the University of Detroit Mercy and she is the co-host of the new podcast, Beyond the Habit, with Sr Colleen Gibson, SSJ. Prior to her ministry with young adults, Sr Erin, spent several years working with refugees and asylum seekers in the US and abroad, including two years as a humanitarian aid worker with the Jesuit Refugee Services in Rwanda. Sr Erin grew up on Cape Cod, MA, where her family still resides. She moved to Wheeling, WV for college and graduate studies then entered the community of Sisters of St Joseph in Wheeling.

Sr Erin has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wheeling Jesuit University, a master’s degree in social work from West Virginia University and a master’s degree in practical theology from Loyola University New Orleans.



July 23, 2023

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

We do not measure our success on the great things we have accomplished but on how much we loved, how we put that love into action and become sowers of justice, peace, and kindness.

All Preachers