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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Trains in heaven: Embracing the mystery Jan 6, 2017 Story : Column
Into the darkness: awkward yet unafraid Feb 10, 2017 Story : Column
Praying with my feet: called to El Camino Mar 31, 2017 Story : Column
Redefining faith on El Camino May 5, 2017 Story : Column
From stone to flesh Jun 23, 2017 Story : Column
In tough times, finding the balance Jul 28, 2017 Story : Column
We're standing on holy ground Sep 15, 2017 Story : Column
Locked up in different prisons Oct 20, 2017 Story : Column
Blessed, broken and shared Nov 6, 2017 Story : Column
Made to make God more present Dec 8, 2017 Story : Column
Groaning and gratitude Jan 12, 2018 Story : Column
Love in the midst of the mess Mar 2, 2018 Story : Column
Call for creative communion Apr 20, 2018 Story : Column
Praying with the power of paradox Jun 8, 2018 Story : Column
Wonder in the wilderness Jul 27, 2018 Story : Column
Reconfiguring my discipleship Sep 14, 2018 Story : Column
Sisterly solidarity, crisis in Cameroon Oct 26, 2018 Story : Column
O Come Emmanuel: Free us prisoners Dec 21, 2018 Story : Column
The sacred tension of solitude Feb 8, 2019 Story : Column
White supremacy and me and you Mar 29, 2019 Story : Column