It’s more likely that she is a Sister of the Servants of the Sacred Cross, the link posted before.
I have been in contact with the Formation director and the Superior put out a post back in January. Here is the link to that thread: forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=634528&highlight=servants+of+the+sacred+cross
Like a secular order or a community that doesn’t have one specific apostolate, sisters of the SSC and other communities, such as the Daughters of the Heart of Mary serve where they are and bloom in the place where God has planted them.
As for the Anglicans, you’ll see in Mother Wendy’s post, and as I have been told by Sister Patricia, that they will soon be all Catholic and the Anglicans are going through the Ordinariate (to be a part of the Catholic Church). Catholics are required to sign a statement of faith saying they agree with the faith of the Catholic Church and
And the married and single Sisters who do not live in community don’t have to wear the habit all of the time. There is a modified habit for them. From the website:
"There are guidelines as to when the habit must be worn by Extern Sisters, but it is not mandatory to wear it at all times unless the Sister desires to do so. There is also a form of “work habit” for Extern Sisters [Sisters who do not live in community]. The Community has adopted a distinctive long traditional veil, navy with white under-veil and full coif and bandeau, as the head piece for Conventual Sisters. Novice Conventual Sisters wear the same style in white. Sisters living in community must wear the full habit at all times.
Extern Sisters wear a modified veil in a simpler style but the remainder of the habit is the same for both Externs and Conventuals. In addition, the Community offers a simple style of habit suitable for Eastern Orthodox women.
Postulants and Novices wear a wooden cross on a navy cord while the Professed Sisters wear a pewter cross with superimposed anchor, in keeping with the SSC’s motto, Crux Mihi Ancora, “The Cross is my Anchor”. The anchor is an ancient Christian symbol signifying hope.
Members of the Community are addressed as “Sister” as a prefix to their secular names. Conventual Sisters receive a “name in Religion” at their Profession."
From an email from the Vocation Director: “Before a Catholic woman can be clothed (receive the habit), she must sign a “Statement of Faith” stating that she believes all the teachings of the Catholic Church and that she will obey the Pope and the Magisterium.”
I hope that clears things up for you. It’s not for everyone but that’s why there are sooooo many different communities around the world. The sheer number of them makes my head hurt just thinking about it. But when I came across this community, I felt I had found all that I had been looking for.