The Healthcare Professional’s Merciful Gaze

In your professional life and work relationships have you ever found yourself holding back or shying away from making an authentic gift of yourself?  Sister Constance Veit, LSP has a passionate and clarion call for Catholics entrusted with the care of persons.  She’ll discuss human anthropology and the therapeutic use of self, leading us to understand a further step, an evangelical use of self.

Sister Constance Veit, LSP

Sister Constance has been a Little Sister of the Poor for over 30 years. She began working with the Little Sisters as a high school volunteer and entered the community after college, professing her perpetual vows in 1992.

Sister Constance has served in various capacities in the direct care of the elderly and on the provincial council of her community, however the majority of her experience has been in communications and vocations work. She currently serves as the Little Sisters’ U.S. communications director, overseeing the community’s publications and web presence for their U.S. homes. Sister has degrees in occupational therapy and health care administration.