These Easter days I am finding myself caught up with all the signs of hope and resurrection I see around me. In the past couple weeks I have had a number of experiences which illustrate new life bursting forth and a Spirit that will not be quenched while:
Thank you to all the
A virtual bouquet of roses is given to Mary Stanco, HM who has faithfully served as a member of the Giving Voice Core Team since 2003. She has been involved in creating a space for younger Sisters to have the conversations that matter. I remember sitting at the same table as Mary during my first Giving Voice Summer Conference (2009) and the thoughtful and searching spirit she brought to our table conversations. Thank you, Mary, for all the ways you've nurtured Giving Voice.
I serve with other young adults on a Theology on Tap committee, and recently as we were brainstorming about topics and speakers for the upcoming season, someone said, "We should do something on discernment. I have big decisions to make, and I don't know how to do it. What I really need are some mentors, and I don't have any."
Why not sign up for the upcoming regional workshops organized by the Religious Formation Conference,