Religious life is full of surprises. The event that I attended with 50 nuns last weekend was no exception!
Sisters celebrate together intercultural new year's rituals through shared prayer, delicious food, fond memories and their hopes for the future.
Ice cream at a funeral? Funeral customs around the world have many common elements, but each culture and each religious congregation puts its unique stamp on the rituals around death and dying.
The Thanksgiving holiday brings to mind a conference I recently attended, where people talked about the connection between “thanks” and “giving.”
In this #Nunday video, Sister Pat reflects upon the gift of her community charism and is challenged to give three words that best describe her congregation.
A great joy in religious life is being overwhelmed by God’s love for me personally and being able to be a conduit of that love to others.
“I think women religious today have a role to play in society and the world needs more prophetic voices.”
In this #Nunday Monday video, Sister Christina Chavez, CDP, shares how the vows religious profess are not about what can’t be done, but about the freedom that comes from living the vows.