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Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB

May 7, 2020

A wise Sister once advised me: “Tonette, live your life and live it to its fullest potential. If God is calling you to a religious vocation, you will not be able to run from it. Enjoy yourself, and let God do the controlling.”

Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB

Is it normal to have doubts about your faith?

April 27, 2020

In this #Nunday video, Sister Karen Ann Lortscher, OSB, shares her wisdom for anyone doubting their faith.

Sr. Karen Ann Lortscher, OSB

Sister Rita Godhino, CSC

August 8, 2019

God often uses people in our lives to speak to us, to meet us where we are in life. Read how Sister Rita felt God calling her to something new.

Sister Rita Godhino, CSC

Why is my mom bribing me to stay Catholic?

Podcast Recorded: July 3, 2019

In this Random Nun Clip, a new high school grad wonders why her mom is trying to persuade her to keep the faith. Hear the full Ask Sister episode AS222 at aNunsLife.org. Hosts: Sister Maxine and Sister Shannon.

Why is my mom bribing me to stay Catholic?

Sister Phuong Vu, OP

February 22, 2019

From Communist Vietnam to a new life in America--it wasn’t until I attended my first three-day Ignatian Spirituality retreat that I truly felt the real presence of God. In the silence of the retreat, I began to understand God’s unconditional love for me through his persistence, companionship, and guidance.

Sr. Phuong Vu, OP

How does faith help you in everyday life?

Podcast Recorded: February 17, 2019

In this Random Nun Clip, we talk about how faith helps us in the ups and downs of life. Hear the full Ask Sister episode AS217 at aNunsLife.org.

How does faith help you in everyday life?

Can faith sneak up on you?

Podcast Recorded: September 13, 2018

In this Random Nun Clip, a listener is perplexed when faith arrives. Hear the full Ask Sister episode AS211 at aNunsLife.org.

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How do I keep the faith when times are tough?

Blog Published: August 5, 2015

Somehow when it comes to faith and the struggles of life, we get into some strange ideas about God. When I give retreats I often say that we go around carrying “sad illusions” about who God is.

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