Helen Cahill is a Dominican Sister of Peace who earned both her master of theological studies degree and doctor of ministry degree from Catholic Theological Union. Cahill's ministry includes workshops and retreat facilitation as well as group supervision for religious community formators, and she does spiritual direction on FaceTime and Skype.
There are many good people today who possess an agnostic consciousness. They deserve to hear the good news about what God is doing in and through the significant spiritual movements of our time.
I share the fear of younger members that their religious communities are stuck. We are set in our ways and it is not exclusively that the "hierarchy won't let us change;" it is because we choose not to change. Will this entrenchment change without a deeper attention to primary relationships, a different commitment to common prayer, and a movement away from individualism to interdependence?