Alumna Clare Fletcher became the latest Christendom graduate to join the religious life this past week, joining the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist as a postulant.

Fletcher (front row, far-left) joined the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of Eucharist as a postulant last week.

Fletcher, a 2017 Christendom graduate, is the third alumna to join the order in Ann Arbor, Michigan, following in the footsteps of Sr. Emmanuel Gross, OP. With her commitment to the order, Fletcher raised the total number of alumni religious vocations to 168, which includes eighty-two priests, fifty-three sisters, six brothers, one permanent deacon, and twenty-four men currently in seminary.

While Christendom’s founder, Dr. Warren H. Carroll, founded the school primarily to form Catholic lay people who would impact the world in every field, the school’s vibrant Catholic culture has unsurprisingly helped foster nearly two hundred religious vocations over the course of 40 years. Fletcher joins that continuing line of alumni who help bring Christ to the people through their respective charisms, following through on the mission of Christendom to “restore all things in Christ.”

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