IGF032 In Good Faith podcast with Sister Kathleen Bryant, RSC, recorded live on June 10, 2014. Produced by aNunsLife.org Ministry. Topics include: Vocations Anonymous, geography of God, theology of vocation, holistic spirituality.
- Vocation journey from the California beaches to religious life
- The inspiration for Sister Kathleen's book Vocations Anonymous
- Learning the difference between "saying prayers" and "praying"
- The many images of God across geography and culture
- The "theology of vocation"
- Holistic spirituality in the Christian tradition
- Feeling called by God but not quite ready to respond
- Remaining faithful to our vocation
Sister Kathleen Bryant, RSC, is a Religious Sister of Charity of Culver City, California. She holds a Doctor of Ministry from the Graduate Theological Foundation and a Master Degree in Spirituality from the University of San Francisco. She has authored several articles and books, including Vocations Anonymous: A Handbook for Adults Discerning Priesthood and Religious Life, inspired by her 21 years as a Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Sister Kathleen is a spiritual director, facilitating retreats and workshops in Australia, Ireland, and the United States. She is also a member of the RSC Regional Leadership Team.