Linda Romey

Linda Romey is a Benedictine Sister of Erie, Pennsylvania. She previously worked seven years in Colombia, partially under the aegis of the Denver Archdiocese. A former marketing and advertising manager for the National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company, she holds a bachelor's degree in theology and an MBA. She is the community's communications and development coordinator and serves on the community's Monastic Council.

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Sisters' communities can spur a new economic perspective

At 100 years, Federation of St. Scholastica supports the unfolding vision of Benedictine life

It's time to find out where religious life can go without patriarchy

Being Benedictine on the cusp of a new era for monasticism

History where women's achievements are the norm, not the exception

Sharing sandboxes for heart-training

It's traditions, not religious life

Cross out passive, change it to active

Be 'open-source' communities

What will religious life look like?

Bringing darkness to light

Are religious women needed?

Setting moon, rising sun

On generativity

A new heart, new relevance, new formation

Take action to welcome the emerging future of religious life