AS046 Ask Sister – mother superiors, nun rings, sin and voting, solitude v. loneliness, being called to be a sister, having a Mass said for someone, prayer
AS046 Ask Sister podcast recorded live on October 29, 2010. Sponsored by aNunsLife.org ministry. Topics include: mother superiors, nun rings, sin and voting, solitude v. loneliness, called to be a nun, prayer and having a Mass said for someone, and more.
- Who determines who will be the leader (sometimes called the President or Mother Superior) of a religious congregation?
- Did Saint Francis of Assisi wear a wedding ring?
- Can religious leaders attempt to influence voters by suggesting that voting for or against someone is “sinful”?
- From a spiritual point of view, what is the difference between solitude and loneliness?
- How do I know if I’m called to be a nun?
- Did religious life change in the past 30 years?
- Does your prayer change as you progress in religious life?
- Can a person from one country join a religious community from another country?
- What does it mean when a person asks you to say a Mass or have a Mass said for someone who is living or has died?