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  • Arise Little Girl, Talitha Koum — Preaching Against Human Slavery

    Arise Little Girl, Talitha Koum — Preaching Against Human Slavery

    June 30, 2021

    In a world where women and girls still live in slavery. “Talitha Koum” – “Arise little girl” – are such meaningful words. These are the words that bring life to women today. They are words that help women move out slavery. Talitha Koum is the name of an international network of consecrated women and men, […]

  • Reflective Voting Guide: Creating Communion at the Intersection of Racism, Migration & Climate Crisis

    Reflective Voting Guide: Creating Communion at the Intersection of Racism, Migration & Climate Crisis

    September 17, 2020

    On virtually every question of human life and dignity the growing culture of exclusion in our nation reinforces and propels cleavages that are highly destructive to all the goals that lie in the center of Catholic social teaching. For this reason, many faith-filled Catholics believe that in this election cycle the most compelling issue that […]

  • Feast Day of St Catherine of Siena – April 29, 2020

    Feast Day of St Catherine of Siena – April 29, 2020

    April 29, 2020

    For seventeen years I lived in St. Catherine’s Monastery in Langeac, France. A beautiful statue of St. Catherine of Siena was perched above my place in the choir on my righthand side. When I raised my hands at the Our Father, I would imagine that St. Catherine would take my hand and, through the wonderful […]

  • A Good Friday WORD with Sandra Delgado OP

    A Good Friday WORD with Sandra Delgado OP

    April 10, 2020

    In the Hispanic world and some other cultures, Jesus on the cross is very bloody. His suffering is very obvious from the blood running from the crown of thorns on his head to the blood running down his legs and his bloody feet. Jesus is clearly a suffering Jesus. In the western world the image […]

  • National Vocation Discernment Retreat for Hispanic Women

    National Vocation Discernment Retreat for Hispanic Women

    December 28, 2018

    Deep Encounter: Listening with an Open Heart A National Vocation Discernment Retreat for Hispanic Women There will be a national vocation discernment retreat in San Antonio, Texas for Hispanic Catholic women Mar. 7 – 10, 2019. This event is sponsored by the National Catholic Sisters Project through a grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, […]

  • Best part of being a Catholic sister? Interview with Sr. Orlanda Leyba, OP

    Best part of being a Catholic sister? Interview with Sr. Orlanda Leyba, OP

    August 19, 2018

    In this #Nunday video, Sister Orlanda Leyba, OP, opens up about her favorite part of being a Catholic sister. Friends: you are welcome to share this video.

  • A Jubilarian Shares Her Story: Sr. Louisa Mogdis, OP

    A Jubilarian Shares Her Story: Sr. Louisa Mogdis, OP

    July 13, 2018

    I was born in Muskegon Heights, Michigan on March 20, 1928 to Louis and Gazelle (Regel) Mogdis. There were seven children in our family, four boys and three girls, I am the second youngest. My school years were at Edgewood Elementary School in Muskegon through grade 5, Sacred Heart School grades 6-9 and St. Mary’s […]