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  • FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - OCTOBER 26, 2021: Sister Susan Arcaro holds relics of St. Thérèse Couderc. Photographer: Johnathon Kelso
  • FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - OCTOBER 26, 2021: Sister Susan Arcaro holds her mother's rosary. Photographer: Johnathon Kelso
  • FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - OCTOBER 26, 2021: Sister Susan Arcaro sits in her prayer corner at her home. Photographer: Johnathon Kelso
  • FLOWERY BRANCH, GA - OCTOBER 26, 2021: A photograph of St. Thérèse Couderc sits on Sister Susan Arcaro's dresser at her home. Photographer: Johnathon Kelso

Sister Susan Arcaro holds relics of St. Thérèse Couderc, the co-foundress of the Cenacle Sisters. Sister Susan celebrates her 60th year in religious life this year. Photo by Johnathon Kelso


Flowery Branch

Sister Susan Arcaro’s decades-long ministry started with sharing meals 

Sister Susan Arcaro has spent nearly three decades in the Archdiocese of Atlanta helping others get to the core of faith by seeing how God stirs their souls. Sister Susan, 78, has been a member of the Cenacle Sisters for 60 years.