About Sr. Anthony Mary Diago, RSM


Please let me take this opportunity to tell you a bit about myself. I am delighted to be here in Phoenix and to serve as the Director of the Office of Consecrated Life. Born in Bethesda and raised in the Diocese of Arlington, VA, my parents are both refugees from Cuba. Bilingual from a young age, I have been blessed with the great gifts of a deep faith and a hopeful spirit.

A graduate from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, I studied government with aspirations to go to Law School. I heard God’s call to become a Religious Sister when I was a senior in college. Not yet ready to enter, I went on to get at Masters in Secondary Education and continued to discern God’s will for me. With the grace of God and assistance from wise priests, I entered the Religious Sisters of Mercy in Alma, MI in September of 2001.

Since then, I have had the privilege and joy to serve in Rome, Boston and Sydney, Australia prior to coming to Phoenix. Celebrating my 10th Anniversary of Profession of Vows during this Year of Consecrated Life, I offer myself to be a witness of the joy of the obedience of Religious Life and to assist those discerning a vocation to a life given in complete consecration to God.

Office of Consecrated Life
400 E. Monroe
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Sr. Anthony Mary Diago, RSM, Director
(602) 354-2472

Office of Consecrated Life Website

Pam Lambros

Executive Assistant
(602) 354-2005

4 thoughts on “About Sr. Anthony Mary Diago, RSM

  1. Welcome to the Diocese of Phoenix, Sr. Anthony Mary! What an amazing life you have led thus far! I hope you can come out to visit us at St. Paul’s in Moon Valley someday soon! Happy 10th Anniversary in this beautiful Year of Consecrated Life! Glory to God!


  2. Dear Sister-
    This blog is a delight. It is so inspiring to read of the good work going on in our area. And your photos really bring it to life! Happy Anniversary and many prayers for the furtherance of your essential work in our diocese.


  3. I’m so happy to have finally wandered over to your blog! It was such a pleasure meeting you at the Women’s Conference and I look forward to keeping up with your posts. 🙂


  4. Sr.Anthony Mary, I heard you speak at the women’s conference in Phoenix in February and couldn’t stop thinking that you might be a person who could assist my daughter, who is discerning God’s will for her life. Is this something she can get in touch with you about?


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