Sister Davida Loosbrock

Jan 24, 2024

Sister Davida Loosbrock was born in St. Kilian, Minnesota, to Arthur and Emma (Klontz) Loosbrock.  She received a bachelor’s degree from Briar Cliff University, Sioux City, Iowa, and a master’s degree from Creighton University, Omaha.   Sister taught at schools in Dubuque, Kingsley, Halbur-Templeton-Roselle in Iowa; and North Riverside, Illinois.  She served as a principal and pastoral minister in parishes in St. Kilian, Lismore, and Wilmont in Minnesota.  In Omaha, sister worked with the elderly and as a volunteer police chaplain.  Sister was later a pastoral associate in Scottsville, Kentucky, and a volunteer with Catholic Charities in Greenville, South Carolina.  In 2007, she was part of the first Sister Water Project trip to Honduras.   Sister lives at Clare House.  “Jubilee is a time to celebrate God’s love, guidance, and faithfulness,” she said.