In this blog post, Sister Belinda Monahan, OSB, reflects on her time as an archaeologist and how collecting information about people's daily lives in that role is similar to what Benedictines have been doing since the Dark Ages.
What's your Christmas custom? Sr. Teresita talks about a custom of the Presentation Sisters that dates to 1775.
When we visited the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael, Sister Cathy Murray, OP, shared one a powerful about the Gospel in action.
Sister Cheryl Rose, HM, talks about how she has prepared for Advent this year, and how its been different than her Advent preparation in the past.
YOU are very much a part of our life and mission! Here are some awesome (and practical) reasons to support the ministry and those whom we serve!
Sister Jane Frances Nabakaawa, DM, shares the story of her calling to become a Catholic sister with the Daughters of Mary, Uganda.
It's the annual fundraiser, and we need YOU to make it a success!
Our guest blogger, Sister Christina Chavez, CDP, writes about discernment and being a novice with the Congregation of Divine Providence in San Antonio, Texas.
Sister Teresita Richards talks about the death of her mother and relying on God for strength.
No two vocation stories are the same. That mysterious call is as unique as the person being called. Here's how my call unfolded!