Our community has six women in initial monastic formation, and two more who are set to join them within the next few months. These eight women will now be attempting to meld together into a like-minded faith group to foster, enliven and engage in this life with us.
We should im-peace the whole bunch in national government. Forget the partisanship. Forget the negativity and hating each other. Forget the specter of impeaching leadership because we can't stand what's going on.
From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this random nun clip, Sister Maxine and Sr. Shannon Schrein reflect how we can consider suffering in a redemptive manner.
At a recent visit to a botanical garden I saw two trees that are a living witness to me of my need for a deeper awakening to the cycles of life and my awe at a very inscrutable process: the co-dependent evolution of life and death which is in me, my church, my country and my world.
From Where I Stand: There are some things that simply must be borne. There are some mountains in life that must be climbed but can only be climbed one boulder, one level at a time.
Notes from the Field - I've been reflecting on the stimuli that shape my headspace as we approach the 63rd U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, with its focus on public infrastructure.
Though he is soaked in blood, carrying a cross, being jeered at, falling and beaten till he stands again, instinctively I know who he is — the lovely child I delivered.
The sister from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods in Indiana explains how the idea to offer a retreat for mothers originated at a family Thanksgiving — and why we should all act more like the alpacas at the sisters' eco center.
I didn't know how to "declutter" a part of my mind and heart for God, so I just kept praying for help, beginning every morning by asking God to make me aware of the needs of those around me.
From A Nun's Life podcasts - In this Random Nun Clip, the sisters suggest new ways to approach Lent as an opportunity to deepen our relationship with God.
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