Tracey Horan


Tracey Horan is a member of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. Her first deep conversation with this community occurred in a melon patch during her time as an intern at the Sisters' White Violet Center for Eco-Justice. She works as a community organizer Faith in Indiana (formerly IndyCAN).]

Articles by Tracey Horan

Title Datesort ascending Type
Jesus the 'Great Questioner' May 31, 2019 Story : Column
Humor, the Holy Spirit made me do it Apr 5, 2019 Story : Column
Hold onto hope and onto each other Jan 18, 2019 Story : Column
Widening circles of community Nov 30, 2018 Story : Column
Companions for a discerning feminist Oct 5, 2018 Story : Column
Celebrating 8th Day Center for Justice Aug 24, 2018 Story : Column
To be American: an evolving identity Jul 6, 2018 Story : Column
'Cling tightly to me,' the Holy One says May 11, 2018 Story : Column
Toppled compost, rejected stones Feb 2, 2018 Story : Column
Saying 'yes' to a priceless 'nun cut' Nov 10, 2017 Story : Column
Cultivating dandelions Aug 18, 2017 Story : Column
At Giving Voice, younger sisters bridge from fear to love Jul 17, 2017 Story : Blog
Pained and blessed, we do not stand alone May 26, 2017 Story : Column
Holy disruption Mar 3, 2017 Story : Column
A time of questions Dec 9, 2016 Story : Column
A crash course in organizing: Overcoming fear Sep 30, 2016 Story : Column