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Liturgical Seasons

AS191 Ask Sister - Advent glowsaries light up Ohio, praying to a distant God, grinch-fearing Grandma

Podcast Recorded: December 7, 2016

A new trend aglow in Ohio--the glowsary. Can prayer make God more distant vs. closer? Grandma worries that grandkids have no Christ in Christmas.

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AS180 Ask Sister - giving up tiresome friends for Lent, parading around our holiness, fasting

Podcast Recorded: February 3, 2016

AS180 Ask Sister podcast recorded live on February 3, 2016. Sponsored by aNunsLife.org ministry. 

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AS178 Ask Sister - ill-mannered monks, The Trouble with Angels and nun movies, does God ignore unprayerful people

Podcast Recorded: December 9, 2015

AS178 Ask Sister podcast recorded live on December 9, 2015. Sponsored by aNunsLife.org ministry.   

 

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RNC - What can I do to make Advent more meaningful?

Podcast Recorded: November 29, 2015

Sister Candyce Rekart talks about the Advent tradition and how to engage more fully in the spirit of the season.This Random Nun Clip is from the webinar "Engaging Advent." Watch the full webinar at aNunsLife.org.

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WBR005 "Engaging Advent"

August 6, 2015
Journey into the season of Advent with the online community! This webinar, on the first Sunday of Advent, offers reflections and prayers to prepare the heart for the gifts of the season.
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AS172 Ask Sister - does being faithful produce a Return on Faith Investment, atheist attracted to religious life, spiritual momentum in Ordinary Time

Podcast Recorded: May 27, 2015

AS172 Ask Sister podcast recorded live on May 27, 2015. Sponsored by aNunsLife.org Ministry. 

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Holy Week Playlist 2015

Blog Published: March 27, 2015

Did you know that the current commemoration of Holy Week, as set forth for modern Catholics has only been in place since 1955? That is a curious thing to me - perhaps my soul recognizes that what we do during Holy Week is not just a recollection of the final week of Jesus’ life.

Holy Week Playlist 2015

March 27, 2015
Did you know that the current commemoration of Holy Week, as set forth for modern Catholics has only been in place since 1955? That is a curious thing to me - perhaps my soul recognizes that what we do during Holy Week is not just a recollection of the final week of Jesus’ life
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