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Choose Love!

Blog Published: June 24, 2020

Embracing our humanity, how can we start honest conversations and stop senseless hate? Love is stronger than hate! The choice is ours; we must choose love.

Choose Love!

How does the Rule of St. Benedict empower you to live your full potential?

May 31, 2020

In this #Nunday video, Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB, points out that the first word in the Rule of St. Benedict is “listen” and to listen with the ear of your heart allows for a loving response—which is so needed in today’s world.

Sister Tonette Sperando, OSB

Sister Elyse Ramirez, OP

May 20, 2020

To be honest I did not consider being a sister until I fell in love with one of the greatest guys God ever created and we began making plans for a life together.

Sister Elyse Ramirez, OP

Opening the Christmas Gift

Blog Published: December 25, 2019

Beyond the trees and tinsel and light…beyond the gifts of family and friends…beyond everything around us is a silent, fresh Presence, awakening in us today in new and deeper ways.

Sister Cheryl Rose, HM

Neighborly interactions that touch the heart

Blog Published: July 10, 2019

"We have become a community that supports and cares for one another regardless of our church affiliation. We are truly neighborly!"

Sister Letta Mosue

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

Hashtags Break My Heart

Blog Published: July 2, 2015

#BlackLivesMatter #LoveWins I'm reading my Twitter newsfeed and, in the midst of life's ordinary joys and sorrows, there is a litany of stories that are heartwarming and that break my heart.

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Giving our lives for others

Blog Published: June 21, 2012

This morning, one of my sisters called on her way to her daughter’s college orientation. It all seemed to happen so fast, she said–her daughter growing up and now leaving home. She talked about the joys and challenges of raising a child in today’s world. She talked about how different she and her husband’s life will be, and how deeply they will miss their daughter. I imagine that at the college orientation, she will be with many other parents who feel the same way.