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Nun Talk is where you can find lots of material to think about, pray about, and talk about! Nun Talk features a variety of guest sisters and bloggers from the online community and beyond. And there's lots of archived posts here too, including some of the very first ones published by A Nun's Life!

Signs and wonders on the Lenten journey

Blog Published: April 4, 2019

I found myself in new terrain this week, not sure if my Lenten daily walks were going to happen.

Sister Maxine's Lenten Journey

Walking with saints on the journey of Lent

Blog Published: March 28, 2019

Earlier this week, I realized that many of my walking companions are centuries old. That’s when I also realized my daily walks are affecting the way I read Scripture.

Nun Talk Blog | Saintly walkers on the journey of Lent

Walking the Lenten Journey

Blog Published: March 15, 2019

I've walked every day of Lent, as planned. But to my surprise, the walks have taken me places I didn’t expect. 

The Journey of Lent, Week One

Catholic Sisters respond to violence

Blog Published: March 12, 2019

Violence, war and crime create more poverty, which breeds more violence and illegal activities, compounded by misuse of power, lack of education and participation of those who could help, and fear and ignorance of those who do not know how to help.

Sister-Lydia-Collado

Engaging the Lenten Journey

Blog Published: March 5, 2019

Have you given much thought to your Lenten practice this year? What are you going to do differently, what are you giving up, and how are you making a different space for God in your daily life?

1024x593-Sister Julie Myers, OSF

A Call to Love

Blog Published: February 26, 2019

It is through love that we are called and it is through love that we are able to recognize and respond to those callings. St. Scholastica and St. Benedict found the way!

Sister Belinda Monahan,  OSB

Creative tactics of Sisters thwart human trafficking

Blog Published: February 12, 2019

Human Trafficking is not just a term--it has a face, a life, and a family!

Sister Judith Ann Zielinski, OSF

Excerpts from Black Catholic History

Blog Published: February 4, 2019

This blog, written by Diane Batts Morrow, PhD, is a celebration of the resilient spirit of religious life, embodied in a pioneering group of sisters who confronted the social attitudes, and proved that their calling of God was stronger than any societal doubts.