Julia Walsh


Now on staff at Marywood Franciscan Spirituality Center in northern Wisconsin, Julia Walsh is a Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, a Catholic youth minister, a committed social justice activist, and a graduate of Catholic Theological Union. Her award-winning writing has appeared in America, Global Sisters Report, Living Faith, and PILGRIM Journal. Visit her online at messyjesusbusiness.com and follow her (@juliafspa) on Twitter.

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Articles by Julia Walsh

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Orlando faces in the sanctuary: Sacred wounds and the communal body Jun 24, 2016 Story : Column
The church is a home for peacemakers May 13, 2016 Story : Column
Bridges are built by individuals: Being sister across the divide Apr 15, 2016 Story : Column
Loving our enemies in an age of fear Mar 4, 2016 Story : Column
Nourishing community with good food: An instrument of mercy Feb 5, 2016 Story : Column
The story in the world's heart Dec 24, 2015 Story : Column
Moving for God: The dilemma of diversity Nov 13, 2015 Story : Column
In the world, not of it: Thoughts on countercultural Christian living Oct 16, 2015 Story : Column
A new school year and a refreshed legacy Sep 4, 2015 Story : Column
Ordinary lights Aug 7, 2015 Story : Column
Hearts on fire for the good of all Jul 3, 2015 Story : Column
Getting ready for the party of my life May 29, 2015 Story : Column
Table manners and global sisterhood Apr 24, 2015 Story : Column
Technology, connections and Lenten solidarity Mar 27, 2015 Story : Column
More than boy-crazy Feb 13, 2015 Story : Column
As the insects, like the swans: Living the vow of obedience with a free spirit Jan 9, 2015 Story : Column
My journey into my family of grandmas Nov 21, 2014 Story : Column
Heaven and Earth: Lessons learned in Assisi Oct 24, 2014 Story : Column
Old-fashioned trunk-centered simplicity Sep 12, 2014 Story : Column
A new ministry model of relationship and healing Jul 8, 2014 Story : Column
The pain of climate change May 12, 2014 Story : Column