The board officers of the DFW Sisters are Fully Professed sisters, which are the backbone of the Order. They serve the general membership and have no authority outside that granted to them by the General Membership, but they have special responsibilities.
Fully Professed Members of the Order have all of the rights and privileges of a Member: they may vote, represent the Order and manifest as they feel called to do so. Fully Professed Members also may hold office and help shape the direction and development of the Order. Our Fully Professed Members serve the Order in many different roles; taken as a whole, they make the Order what it is.
Novices begin to manifest the outward appearance of a Sister/Guard. A Novice wears the whiteface and wimple, although she is only allowed to wear a pure white veil (or hat for Guards). With their Mother's or Father's help, they must plan, organize and throw an event in the community or a project that betters the Order. Once Novices are ready, the House will elevate them to be Fully Professed Sisters.
Postulants are provisional members of the House with no voting rights. They are tasked with getting to know the House, our mission, our sisters, and and must also learn the history of the Order. Postulants wear a simple version of whiteface and the required uniform that fits in with the Order—a Catholic school girl or boy's uniform.
Postulant Alexandra ShiBaraKu
Postulant Guard Bear Arthur
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A member of the DFW Sisters who needs to be away from House events and responsibilities for more than 2 years, but who does not want to give up their Sister persona.
Sisters who have passed through the veil and joined the Nuns of the Above. Our admiration to each of them for being trailblazers and inspiration in the work we do today. We are comforted in knowing that they are sprinkling glitter blessings on us whenever they get a chance.
An Archangel is a layperson whose life and accomplishments are in keeping with the Order’s philosophy and mission. They have gone above and beyond in their service to both the LGBTQIA2S+ community as well as significant contributions to the Order.