Come & See Sister Narumon Charoenkul

Saint Anna was born in Mae Pon village, Assumption Church, Mae Pon .When I was young, my parents would take me to the church every day. Father Joseph Seguinot was the parish priest, and Father Bona helped him. I wanted to be a Sister in fourth grade and was always determined to be a sister. At the end of grade 4 I continued to study at Regina Coeli School in Grade 5 until Grade 9,

seeing the dedication of the Ursuline Sisters, making me decide to join the Ursuline Order. But I had to continue studying senior high school before proceeding to study Catechetical Course at Sampran for two years. This made me more confident that yes, I definitely had a vocation, because for two years, I went back to Vasudevi School every two weeks where Sister Chintana Chatrasuphang was a Provincial, and I had the opportunity to join the life with the Sisters at Vasudevi community.

Learning each subject was not stressful at all. The priests, Sisters and professors who came to teach were kind. I had the opportunity to pray, attend Mass every day and had the opportunity to celebrate the feast day of the churches in various places, making me interested in the religious life, and I liked the Bible passage that says “'The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.” My parents were supportive that I chose to live as an Ursuline. Thank God for everything that He has always helped me, and I thank the Ursuline Order for helping me through with love and care.