We are now facing a strange religious reality that we could never have imagined—NO Holy Week liturgies, no gathering in the sobering silence and mystery of walking those last days of Jesus’ life together.
This week we draw attention to our Lenten theme of “Service” and never in our history has this word held so much meaning as it does for us today!
A wise woman once told me that life is mostly about showing up. “Be present to yourself, to others, and to God” was her advice for a meaningful life.
The smallest act of kindness,as well as the smallest act of bullying, can have a huge impact on the mental and spiritual well-being of any person. Choose Kindness!
Giving is an act that should stretch and deepen the giver, sometimes beyond a level of comfort...and sometimes to the point of giving of ourselves?
Catholic Sisters Week--a time to recognize Catholic sisters for their witness of God’s love for the world!
Fasting. What do you need or want to fast from? When we fast from something, we empty ourselves making room for something else, such as God’s grace.
Lent. Are you ready? Engaging in the season of Lent is much like cleaning your room. It’s a sacred time to unclutter your personal and spiritual life and find a sense of balance.
There may be changes in demographics of religious life, but peace and harmony are qualities that bond sisters together.
Religious life is full of surprises. The event that I attended with 50 nuns last weekend was no exception!