Carter Heller spent eight weeks with the Passionist Nuns of Erlanger, KY learning about their community and growing their social media and website usage. She immersed herself in the Passionist lifestyle for those eight weeks and lived as one of the Passionist. The Passionist Nuns are a cloistered community meaning that they do not leave the community property in order to devote themselves to prayer. In order to reach women interested in their community, they need an attractive website and active social media presence. Carter had previously visited this community on a retreat and had seen this need within their community for wider outreach. Under the guidance of Sister Mary Catherine, she learned about the history of the community; and under the mentorship of Mary Shaffer, she learned how to respect the privacy of the cloistered life but still exhibit the beauty and peace of it to the world through the website. Carter is a philosophy major and religion minor. Her primary advisor was Sister Mary Reginald Anibueze, of the religion department, and her secondary advisor was Dr. Peter Hackbert.