Cecilia A. Ranger

Cecilia A. Ranger is a Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. With a lifelong commitment to education, philosophy, theology and spiritual direction, she taught and did spiritual direction at several colleges, universities and seminaries, and served in university administration and on boards. Other ministries included pastoral ministry, facilitation, and consultancies for leadership groups; she also served as president of the Oregon Sisters of the Holy Names. One of her primary interests was dialogue among religious traditions; she was spiritual and retreat director for persons of many faith traditions. She is now retired at Mary's Woods in Lake Oswego, Oregon, where she does some teaching, parish or personal retreats, and writing.

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What are the generations teaching each other?

America's pandemic of grief

Women and men religious can pass on values, wisdom through ethical wills

Was Jesus a 'foodie'?

Re-humanizing a de-humanized society

The unheard voices of introverts and women

Traumas of a lifetime can manifest as PTSD in aging sisters

'Yes' to our ever-new God

Many have taught me how to 'hang in there' despite church injustices

Who is the real Mary Magdalene?

We idealists 'cry for the moon'