Fin de semana de la Cadena COPE. The Servant Sisters had only been in Guayaquil for one year. At the end of that year I thought to myself, ‘I want to learn how to obey like her.’”, In October of 2012, Sr. Clare received a new destination where she would be able to put into practice her potential for evangelization: Ecuador. www.hermanaclare.com/en - EUK Mamie Foundation (2018). Sr. Clare spent only a few months in that house, because she was sent to the new community that was about to be opened in the United States, in Jacksonville, Florida, in October 2006. “Terremoto Ecuador. Madrid, Spain. Not long after, she was in her room in an important London hotel, reading her taping schedule for the next day. Sister Clare. On April 16th, 2016, there was a strong earthquake in Manabí (Ecuador), where there is a community of Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother. [6][7], The movie All Or Nothing summarizes her life. Official Website of the Home of the Mother. Pontifical Mission Societies. Everyone always remembers Sr. Clare with a guitar in her hand, her great companion in evangelization. 14-15. Colum Power, SHM (2016, April 21). There was a lot of work to be done, and the excruciating Ecuadorian heat, in addition to the various tropical diseases she suffered, was exhausting. Clare joined them. Rivista Tracce. During the Good Friday liturgy, the faithful adore and kiss the Crucifix. Due to the strong floods that in the previous days had devastated Playa Prieta, the Sisters had lived a very difficult week. Sr. Clare herself talked about the disposition she had when she reached Ecuador. It was a simple gesture, but it was a changing point in her life. Sr. Clare Crockett: God’s Triumph over Circumstance. From her childhood, she had always dreamt of becoming a movie star, and she was working her way towards that dream. He loves me! Clare Crockett was born in Londonderry in Northern Ireland. Cantabria, Spain. She was sent to the recently founded community in Guayaquil. In the face of an extreme situation, they reacted with total donation. THE mother of tragic Derry nun Sr Clare Crockett is to be laid to rest along side her daughter following her death on Sunday. She knew that she had qualities: a great artistic talent, a beautiful voice, an attractive physical aspect, and an astounding personality. The Sisters there give classes in a few different schools in very poor areas, and they work in a parish, evangelizing the youth and children. It was not easy to take the step. Suor Clare”. Two years later, Sr. Clare was sent on a mission to another community in Ecuador: Playa Prieta. News Tv2000. With the bloody struggles for Northern Ireland’s independence from the United Kingdom, the difficult atmosphere in Derry, her hometown, had wounded her heart deeply. Work tires you out, but even though I am tried, I hope to not feel sorry for myself and to keep giving.”. (http://www.revistaecclesia.com/ciento-uno-clare-jose-luis-restan/) - Cristina López Schlichting (2016, April 30). Following her years as a candidate and novice, she took her first vows on February 11, 2006. Cantabria, Spain. During the month-long spiritual exercises that she made during her novitiate, she received a grace to comprehend what the Lord had said one day to Saint Catherine of Siena: “You are the one who is not, and I am He who is.” It was something that transformed her interiorly and helped her, as she matured humanly and spiritually, to put the many gifts with which she was endowed at the Lord’s service for evangelization. One night, at a party, she overdrank once again. Rome, Italy. Sometimes the Sisters reached villages where the indigenous had never heard the Gospel and still practiced polygamy. When she was vomiting in the bathroom, she felt that Jesus said to her, “Why do you continue to hurt me?” God’s presence was so strong that she could not ignore it. “When I arrived in Ecuador, we were listening to the life of John Paul II, and in one of his apostolic visits they asked him, ‘Holy Father, are you tired?’ and he answered, ‘The truth is…I don’t know.’ It was my first week here in Ecuador and I wanted to use that quote from John Paul II not as my motto, but as my way of life here. She got caught up again in the whirlwind of superficiality and sin that the world of cinema offered her. It was a difficult apostolate, and it required a constant self-forgetfulness to try and understand the heart of each patient to guide them in the last moments of their lives. Her superior, Sr. Isabel Cuesta, remembers: “Sr. Pgs. The work was hard, because, as the water subsided, it left several layers of mud. She overflowed with enthusiasm for the Lord. She worked in Spain, United States and Ecuador and was well-known for her exceptional interpersonal skills. They put on retreats, summer camps, weekly formation meetings, etc. (http://www.tracce.it/?id=371&id_n=53711) - Nicola Ferrante (2016, April 21). “El ciento por uno de Clare”. Madrid, Spain. Rafael, on April 8, 2015: “Even though Good Friday is a sad day, I don’t know how to explain the joy and enthusiastic desire I have to suffer for the Lord. To her, nothing seemed enough for Christ. And when she lived, she kept nothing back.” Despite the hustle and bustle and joy that always surrounded her, as the years passed by, Sr. Clare’s need for silence and moments to be alone with the Lord increased.It was evident to the Sisters to what extent Sr. Clare was giving of herself. We began to receive messages of prayer and support, but above all, testimonies of people who had been touched by Sr. Clare’s story and had decided to return to the Sacraments and to live their faith with greater intensity. They cultivate the land with ancestral methods and live in great poverty. Revista Ecclesia. She expressed herself in these terms, “I lived very badly; I lived in mortal sin. There, the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother direct a residence for girls that come from families in difficulty. Data di nascita: 14/11/1982, Derry (Irlanda del Nord) Data di ingresso nelle Serve: 11/08/2001 Data dei voti perpetui: 08/09/2010 Data di morte: 16/04/2016, Playa Prieta (Ecuador) (https://www.sisterclare.com/multimedia/film) - Earthquake in Ecuador (2016, April 20). The heavy quake caused the building to collapse, with four Sisters and seven girls inside. Curiously enough, they had been talking about death during lunch that very day. I drank a lot, I smoked a lot, I began to smoke drugs. For that reason, as soon as the water level began to recede, the Sisters got busy cleaning and trying to fix the disaster. She entered the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother on August 11, 2001, at the age of 18. She took her perpetual vows on September 8, 2010. She took her first vows on February 18, 2006, taking the religious name of Sr. Clare Maria of the Trinity and the Heart of Mary. She received the Sacraments of Christian Initiation, but, during her teenage years, she no longer frequented the Church. Crockett was born in Derry in Northern Ireland. [8] In 2020, miracles were attributed to her and there were calls for her to be made a saint. No 136. All or Nothing: Sr. Clare Crockett (Documentary). ​ ​ (https://www.omp.es/una-larga-ovacion-a-la-vida-de-la-hermana-clare/) - Fernández González, Concha (May-August 2018). - Home of the Mother (2016). Just two weeks before the start of a new school year, they found themselves with a school that was in a state of total disaster: all of the classrooms were flooded; the recently painted walls, chairs, tables, doors, and a large quantity of teaching materials were destroyed by the water, because the Sisters had not had time to rescue them. The Shuars live in small communities of no more than thirty people. At the age of 15, she had already been contracted to host a show for young people on Channel 4 – one of the biggest in the United Kingdom - and at the age of 17, the American channel Nickelodeon had shown interest in her. If you wish to ask us to remove an image, please write us at: hogar@hogardelamadre.org, https://www.sisterclare.com/multimedia/film, https://www.homeofthemother.org/news/2016/1263-april/7471-earthquake-in-ecuador, https://www.homeofthemother.org/news/2016/1263-april/7515-sr-clare-s-testimony-in-video, https://www.homeofthemother.org/news/2016/1263-april/7493-gods-triumph-over-the-circumstances, http://www.revistaecclesia.com/ciento-uno-clare-jose-luis-restan/, http://www.cope.es/detalle/la-hna-clare-muerta-en-ecuador-cambio-una-vida-de-pelicula-por-la-entrega-a-los-demas-.html?id=2016043011310001, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwhpBAMkmKY, http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-39627149, https://www.omp.es/una-larga-ovacion-a-la-vida-de-la-hermana-clare/. Sr. Clare and the group of young women who passed away were on the first floor. Suor Clare Crockett. Clare had to change many things in her life. Once you had been with her, you knew you had to pick up that same enthusiasm. She had given herself completely to Lord and she did so with all her strength. And when I would ask her to do something, her answer was always, ‘Of course!’ And on top of that, she was always observing to see what was needed and so offer to help. Madrid, Spain. She wanted to become a famous actress after a role in the film Sunday, directed by Charles McDougall, which describes the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre in Northern Ireland. Her way of singing reflected the way she lived. BBC. There the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother run a school, the Holy Family Educational Center, where poor children can receive a high quality, Catholic education, thanks to the sponsorship of many benefactors. Clare Crockett was born in a Catholic family. “Clare Crockett”. When she went back to Ireland, she participated as a secondary actress in the filming of “Sunday,” directed by Charles McDougall. This time her superior was Sr. Ana Maria Lapeña, who very accurately sums up Sr. Clare’s spirituality in these words, “She gave everything with a great sense of humor.” Sr. Ana Maria admires to this day Sr. Clare’s obedience and affirms, “I still do not know what things she liked to do and what things were hard for her. I didn’t have the strength to break with all these things, because I didn’t ask the Lord to help me.”. Official Website of the Home of the Mother. That was not what she was expecting. Hours later she was found lifeless under the rubble. 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She worked as a theater actor, writer and director and for Channel 4. Clare Teresa Crockett (14 de noviembre de 1982 - 16 de abril de 2016) fue una monja católica y ex actriz de Irlanda del Norte. To our surprise, the news of Sr. Clare’s death began to circulate on the mass media worldwide. It was already dark. The sisters began pastoral work at Assumption Parish and School. It was the example of a ‘blank check.’ Each day she would give a blank check to the Lord, so that He could ask of her whatever he wanted.” In Valencia, Sr. Clare’s main apostolate was attending the spiritual needs of terminally ill patients in the Hospital in Mislata. [9][10] Also in 2020, a sister in her religious order has written a biography of her. They worked with joy and generosity. (https://www.homeofthemother.org/news/2016/1263-april/7515-sr-clare-s-testimony-in-video) - Fr. From the moment of her first vows, she served in the Servant Sisters’ communities in Belmonte, Cuenca (Spain), Jacksonville, Florida (USA), Valencia (Spain), Guayaquil (Ecuador), and Playa Prieta, Manabí (Ecuador). Yet Clare had surrendered to Jesus Christ’s immense love for her, and there was nothing that would stop her. Sr. Clare was born on November 14, 1982, in Derry, Northern Ireland. Why hasn’t anyone ever told me this before?” Clare had understood how much the Lord loved her and how much He had done for her. In Holy Week of the year 2000, at 17 years of age, she arrived at a Home of the Mother Retreat. This is shown in an e-mail she wrote to the founder of the Servant Sisters, Fr. La casa se derrumbó por completo, muriendo entre los escombros una hermana profesa, la Hna. Sr. Kelly Maria Pezo recalls, “When she sang, she kept nothing back. Neither her family’s pleas, nor her manager’s promises could stop her. On August 11, 2001, she gave her life to God as a candidate in the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother. She passed away during the earthquake in Playa Prieta on April 16, 2016. On April 16th, 2016, there was a strong earthquake in Manabí (Ecuador), where there is a community of Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother. (…) There was an example that Sr. Clare used a lot, which helped her to place her life in God’s hands. The house collapsed completely, causing the death of a professed sister, Sr. Clare Crockett and five young women who were in their first steps of formation as Servant Sisters: Jazmina, Mayra, Maria Augusta, Valeria and Catalina. (http://www.cope.es/detalle/la-hna-clare-muerta-en-ecuador-cambio-una-vida-de-pelicula-por-la-entrega-a-los-demas-.html?id=2016043011310001) - “Il sacrificio di suor Clare” (2016, April 20). It was so catchy.”. Madrid, Spain. It’s Good Friday.” She went into the chapel, but she stayed in the last pew. London, United Kingdom (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-39627149) - Una larga ovación a la vida de la hermana Clare (2018, April 24). Milan, Italy. She was looking for sun and boys in Spain, and she found herself with a group of people who were celebrating intensely the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord. Under the scorching sun or in the torrential rains, the Sisters visit the impoverished houses in the rural area to evaluate the basic needs of each family and thus be able to give them Jesus Christ and the hope of Eternal Life, together with food baskets, medicine, and many other solutions to their material problems. They had had guitar class and were about to pray the Rosary with the rest of the sisters and girls. Clare Teresa Crockett (14 November 1982 – 16 April 2016) was a Catholic nun and ex actress from Northern Ireland.[1][2]. Official Website of the Home of the Mother. Revista Super Gesto. Sr. Clare began to show her special gift to reach the souls of children and young people, teaching them the truth and the love of the Lord, guiding them in the personal process to heal their interior wounds. They remember her singing and singing, even to the point of losing her voice, and, even then, she continued to sing, in spite of the heat, fatigue, and migraines. There was practically no knowledge of the faith even in the villages which had occasionally received a visit from a priest and whose inhabitants were baptized. Pontifical Mission Societies. I continued with my friends, with my boyfriend. Spain. [3][4][5] They were also worried about the many poor families in the area that had lost everything, or almost everything, as a result of the floods. She herself explained, “At first, I was tempted to look back and say, ‘I want it back.’ But I understood that I had found an even greater love.”. Everything seems little to me: the lack of sleep, fasting, the heat, having to attend to the people… Everything that could be difficult fills me with joy, because it brings me closer to the Lord… I spent a good amount of time in front of the cross asking for the grace to never, never forget everything that the Lord and Our Lady have suffered for me.”, The earthquake that put an end to the lives of Sr. Clare and other five young aspirants, began at 6:58 P.M. on Saturday, April 16, 2016. I could never tell. Afterwards, she was sent to the community that the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother were opening in Valencia, Spain. When she was still very young and with many things to learn, she arrived at her first assignment in the community at Belmonte, in Cuenca, Spain. After the intense school day is over and the extracurricular activities have finished, the Sisters find time to work in the parish and to attend to many poor families. When the service was over, a sister found her crying as she repeated, “He died for me. On 16 April 2016, while she was playing the guitar and singing with her companions, the house where she was staying collapsed due to the 2016 Ecuador earthquake. (https://www.homeofthemother.org/news/2016/1263-april/7493-gods-triumph-over-the-circumstances) - José Luis Restán (2016, April 28). Her zeal for souls, especially those of the youth, was immense. Clare Teresa Crockett (November 14, 1982 – April 16, 2016) was a Catholic nun and ex actress from Northern Ireland. Cantabria, Spain. The 33-year-old is one of at least 350 people killed in the 7.8-magnitude quake After a brief career as a presenter and actress, she became a religious sister in the Sister Servants of the Home of the Mother in 2001, taking final vows in 2010.
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