Have you ever felt out of place in your faith? Guest blogger Sister Christina Chavez, CPD, shares her story on overcoming this obstacle.
In honor of World Poetry Day, enjoy one of our favorite springtime poems, Yes it Hurts by Karin Boye.
The process of getting to know my community and to feel certain that I was called to live religious life with this specific group of women was, for me, a slow process.
What have you found most difficult about religious life, both when you entered community and even now? The panelists weigh in on this topic...
If you’ve been watching the Olympics as much as I have, this can sound like an incentive to beat out all the other contestants and put down your best Lent ever!
Sister Max takes us along for the ride on her walk, rain or shine!
Sister Eilis McCulloh, HM, talks about the charism within her congragation, and how radical hospitality plays such a huge role.
Sister Celia Ashton, OCD, talks about her time in formation as a Baltimore Carmelite nun and the richness and beauty that comes with the contemplative life.
Sister Mindy Welding, IHM, shares what she finds to be the most important for women to see and learn when considering religious life.
What does this year hold? Will we be strong enough to meet its challenges? Will it be an uphill climb, or will it be a gentle walk?