Sister Elizabeth Carrasco is a native of Queretaro, Queretaro, Mexico, which is the site of the CDP Regional house. As of 2013, Sister Ely has been a Sister of Divine Providence for 18 years. She is qualified as a Spiritual Director and has had a variety of ministries that called on her many talents. Pastoral work took her to a parish in Coahuila in northern Mexico and to ministry at San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas. She has worked in the CDP formation program, being the novice director for a period of time, and was the Coordinator of the Department of Formation for CIRM, the national organization of religious in Mexico. Recently, she worked in a nutrition program sponsored by the food bank in Queretaro.
In 2013, she completed six years as Regional Councilor and was elected for another six-year term. Being a person with plenty of energy and enthusiasm, along with her leadership responsibilities, she is teaching religion classes in a high school and working with Escuela Movil, an innovative program that brings education and self-esteem to the youth on the streets.
Sister Ely says, “In today’s world, the only way to live out the life of a Sister of Divine Providence is to have total trust and know that EVERYTHING COMES FROM GOD. Our world needs everyone to be a Woman or Man of Providence.”