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AS111 Ask Sister – marathon spirituality, God as running partner, is love necessary for faith, will becoming a nun make you a better person

Podcast Recorded: June 5, 2012

AS111 Ask Sister podcast recorded live on June 6, 2012. Sponsored by aNunsLife.org ministry. Topics include: marathon spirituality, God as running partner, is love necessary for faith, will becoming a nun make you a better person, and more!

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Run for the Nuns Marathon Fundraiser Results!

Blog Published: July 6, 2012

Julia writes the final page in her “Run for the Nuns” fundraiser to support A Nun’s Life Ministry. Thanks to Julia and to your generous support and encouragement, we raised over $2,000!

Sister Madonna Buder – the Iron Nun

Blog Published: March 26, 2012

A Nun’s Life correspondent Audra Turnbull recently spoke with marathoning nun Sister Madonna Buder. We are delighted to have this story from their conversation!

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Run for the Nuns

Blog Published: March 9, 2012

NL community member, Julia, is lacing up her running shoes and running a marathon in June to raise funds for this ever-growing ministry. Almost every week we’ll hear from Julia about her training and have guest bloggers speak about the spirituality of running.

Epic fail with a side of compassion

Blog Published: May 25, 2012

Recently, I went on a long run. And it was REALLY long. Twenty miles, to be exact, the longest run of my training. It started out great–and then, around mile 13, I had an unfortunate encounter ...

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Running with Sickness

Blog Published: April 13, 2012

Just like that, my carefully crafted plan fell to pieces.

Why would God keep me from running a race that I've trained for all year?

Podcast Recorded: March 13, 2013

This Random Nun Clip is from our Ask Sister podcast episode 133. Hear the full podcast at AS133.

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“I don’t know how to do this”

Blog Published: May 18, 2012

I went out on a run a few days ago.... After a few yards, I came to a horrifying realization: I had forgotten how to run.