Horizons - The last two years, for all the turmoil they have contained, have been clarifying in many ways. While the election results have sure implications for the future, so do the lessons learned during this election season.
I just wanted to teach music, but chronic disease drew me to a different ministry. Forty-three years ago, MS also became a part of my life, as a roller-coaster, a threat, a shadow, a constant challenge calling me to adapt, to be brave, to fight back, to refuse to give up and give in silencing the music.
GSR Today - After the Oct. 27 massacre of 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue, communities of Catholic women religious call for an end to hateful rhetoric and for better control of firearms.
In July 2018, St. Louis celebrated the opening of the remodeled Gateway Arch grounds and museum. The way the structure's opposing legs meet in natural beauty offers a metaphor for cooperation, inclusion and understanding.
He wakes early and says what he says every day. Father, into your arms I commend my spirit. Not for a minute does the resurrected Christ stay put on the chapel wall.
As I heal my heart and fulfill my destiny, some people are outraged by my candor while others value and support identifying and releasing old memories that ravage the soul.
GSR Today - A new movement is emboldening women to raise their voices loud enough to be heard in churches that treat them with silence.
Horizons - One Saturday a few years ago, I missed the convent carpool to Mass and opted to go to a funeral Mass at a neighboring parish. Little did I know that God had a message for me there that would last a lifetime.
In this Random Nun Clip, we talk about the power of education to liberate and heal.
In order to infiltrate the invisible world, we have to live in the present. When our ego moves from the chauffeur's seat to the traveler's seat, we become aware that the universe has a vast conspiracy to drop us at the doorstep of greater good.
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