About

Sister Jose Hobday

Born in Texas to a Seneca-Iroquois mother and a Southern Baptist father, Sister Jose Hobday is a Seneca elder and a Sister of the Franciscan Order. She has a Masters’ degrees in theology, literature, architecture and space engineering, but she calls herself a “Student of Life” and a “Missionary-at-large.” She travels 75,000 miles a year giving lectures and workshops.

Sister Jose is one of America’s most popular speakers on prayer and spirituality. Her stories, drawn from her own experience growing up as a Native American Catholic in the American Southwest, eloquently communicate her relationship with and commitment to God, family, and community.

Other websites:

http://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/teachers/teachers.php?id=232

Dan Phillips Blogspot

http://www.georgiabulletin.org/local/1986/10/09/b/

http://www.gratefulness.org/readings/BeggarsGift.htm

Publications:
Simple Living: The Path to Joy and Freedom
Stories of Awe and Abundance