ST. CLAIR SHORES (WWJ) – Given six-months to live because of stage-four breast cancer, a local nun has started a ‘bucket list’ and an inspiring movement.

Newsradio 950’s Stephanie Davis caught up with Sister Carol Yuhasz of St. Joan of Arc in St. Clair Shores during part of her journey.

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“I’ve really called it ‘Joy in the Journey’,” said Sr. Carol. “God has allowed me to reach out to many, many people.”

“And I just decided that I was going to live life to the fullest, I wasn’t going to look at it as a death sentence – that it was more like a life sentence,” she said. “To live my life more fully, not to sweat the small stuff.”

She says this may sound odd to some, but her cancer has been a blessing.

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“My only prayer to God, has been to let me touch one life or to make a difference in someone’s life with what I’m going through, and God is really revealing that to me on a daily basis,” she said.

This Red Wings fan has been to New York, and Vegas and even got to ride on a fire truck ringing the sirens and that led to a big party at the Joan of Arc School.

“There stood over 500 children in pink tee-shirts that said ‘Sister Carol’s Kid’ waving pink pom-poms. Well, I just started to cry,” she said.

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Read more from Sr. Carol’s Journal – here.