"We have become a community that supports and cares for one another regardless of our church affiliation. We are truly neighborly!"
If there’s a History Heaven, it’s probably a lot like the Conference on the History of Women Religious! I kept a daily journal so that I could share some of the historical figures and ideas I encountered there.
“Wouldn’t it be great to be on retreat!” I'm at the airport with hundreds of adults and children, a few small terriers, and at least one cat.
Civil and Canon law--and how it can be helpful to women religious.
Our guest blogger, Sister Christina Chavez, CDP, writes about discernment and being a novice with the Congregation of Divine Providence in San Antonio, Texas.
On May 20, 2019, we’re hosting our first Annual Day of Giving! Check out Sr. Julie's video to see why we are having a Giving Day and why she's wearing an umbrella hat!
Novelists often write to us for advice about nun characters in their stories. Here are some ideas for getting to know your nun characters!
We give a special shout-out to our Religious Brothers on this annual day of celebration in the Church!
Sisters engage in a variety of approaches that help bring them into union with God, but all approaches ultimately involve a personal encounter of love, a contemplative experience with the Divine.
The birds and daffodils bring to mind the words of Pope Francis in Laudato Si: “The entire material universe speaks of God’s love.”