Elements of creation at the altar

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A meditation on three facets of creation that have been incorporated into our liturgical rituals.

Holy water is poured over a baby's head as she is baptized.

Laudato Si': Praise Be to You, God!

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The simple pleasure of encouraging a garden to grow can help us grow closer to God.

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IGF052 In Good Faith with Sister Réjane Cytacki, SCL, A Nun's Life Ministry

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In August 2021, Sister Rejane Cytacki joined A Nun's Life Ministry as executive director, succeeding Sister Maxine Kollasch. Together they have been working on the transition of leadership for that ministry--and Sister Rejane has been publishing blog posts at anunslife.org, interacting with the A Nun's Life community on social media, and getting to know the community through Facebook Live events like Praying with the Sisters. Here she is making her podcast debut! Sister Rejane is a Sister of Charity of Leavenworth, Kansas, and prior to A Nun's Life Ministry, she served as executive director of the Eco-Justice Center for the Racine Dominicans in Racine, Wisconsin Before that, she served in environmental education and campus ministry at the University of St. Mary in Leavenworth. She has also taught elementary education in Kansas and Colorado.

In Good Faith with Sister Rejane Cytacki, SCL

Preaching via creation care

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Sisters Barbara Hagel and Jeanette DeYoung, Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose in Fremont, California, explain how their work of caring for creation preaches the Good News. Hear the full In Good Faith episode IGF046 at aNunsLife.org. A transcript of this podcast is available below.

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The seed ball project

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Sr. Barbara Hagel and Sister Jeanette DeYoung share the simple start to the trillion tree planting program, and how the Dominicans of Mission San Jose got involved.

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