For Sister-chef at soup kitchen, why is listening a key ingredient?

https://traffic.libsyn.com/anunslife/RNC-AS169-apr-22-2015-RSM-SilverSpring-MRT-mandy-chef.mp3
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In this Random Nun Clip, chef Sister Mandy Carrier, RSM, talks about food, listening, and learning at the soup kitchen. Hear the full Ask Sister podcast on our Motherhouse Road Trip page!

Vow of Poverty, Not Destitution

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Poverty? That's not good at all, right? The word itself often calls to mind the reality of destitution that many people in our own country and indeed our very own neighborhood face every single day -- living without sufficient resources. But the word poverty is also one that is an important part of our lives as Catholic sisters and nuns -- as well as religious brothers, monks, and friars.

We're doing the play Sister Act, so I need to get into the frame of mind of a sister. Any advice?

https://traffic.libsyn.com/anunslife/RNC-AS159-jul-16-2014-mindset-of-sisters.mp3
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In this Random Nun Clip, we offer advice on how to act like a nun to a student who is preparing for a role in the play Sister Act. Hear the full podcast episode at  AS159.

Hospitality and food insecurity--what's the relationship and what insights can scripture offer us today?

https://traffic.libsyn.com/anunslife/RNC-IGF031-May-28-2014-Moeser-food-insecurity-hospitality.mp3
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This Random Nun Clip is from our conversation with scripture scholar Sister Marion Moeser, OSF, on the In Good Faith podcast. Hear the full podcast at IGF031.

How do you balance the vow of poverty with the necessities for everyday life?

https://traffic.libsyn.com/anunslife/RNC-AS153-mar-06-2014-CSJ-JillCathy-poverty-simplicity-commonlife.mp3
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In this Random Nun Clip, we talk with Sister Jill and Sister Cathy about the vow of poverty in relation to simplicity and the common life. Hear the full podcast at AS153.