Janet Gildea is a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati. A retired family physician, she is Liaison for Women Religious for the Diocese of El Paso and directs women in initial formation for the Sisters of Charity. She serves with her sisters at Proyecto Santo Niño, a day program for children with special needs in Anapra, Mexico. She lives in La Union, New Mexico, at the Sisters of Charity house of initial formation where she is director of affiliates. She is also a contributor to the first round of the GSR series "The Life."

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Inter-Mission: Waiting for the next act

GSR Preview: While in the throes of post-chemo side-effects I must admit that there are moments I'd like to leave the theater before the show is over.

Inter-Mission: In the womb of God

Global Sisters Report Preview: Awaiting the last two cycles of chemotherapy in the first month of 2016, I find myself in a place that seems to be the womb of God.

Inter-mission: Moving from fear to hope during Advent

Global Sisters Report Preview: Janet Gildea, SC, a Global Sisters Report contributor, began chemotherapy for recurrent ovarian cancer this past October, and will be sharing her experience with GSR.

Inter-Mission: Life between cancer remissions

Preview: Janet Gildea, SC, a contributor to Global Sisters Report, began chemotherapy for recurrent ovarian cancer, an experience that she will be sharing in GSR over the next several months.