By day, I am a Catholic high school Theology teacher in my small hometown in Indiana. By night, I am a sassy single gal, navigating the oh-so crazy world of dating in my 30’s. Yes, I have stories from both times of the day that … Continue readingNunsters and No-Funsters
Welcome once again to another post in our series for the Year of Consecrated Life. I have really enjoyed putting these posts together and getting the opportunity to communicate with a wide variety of women living in consecrated life. For the first time, with this … Continue readingInterview with Sr. Joseph Marie, OP: Year of Consecrated Life
This past week, the Vatican stated that Pope Francis fully supports reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), a group of leaders of various congregations of female religious in the United States. They represent the vast majority of the 57,000 religious sisters in the … Continue readingCDF and LCWR: Reform, Not Inquisition
On the eve of the Feast of the Vietnamese Martyrs, a story of Vietnam seemed appropriate. About half-way up the Eastern coast of Vietnam, just north of Da Nang, lies the mountain pass of Hai Van—featuring spectacular views of Da Nang Bay and the South … Continue readingVietnam, Lepers and Vocations
A few weeks ago we did something we’ve never done before… we invited our priest over for lunch. He was going to bless our house and then eat our noonday meal with us. I was nervous. My house isn’t big and with 12 people living … Continue readingGuess Who’s Coming to Dinner?